A Little Riak Book
by Eric Redmond
Publisher: GitBook 2013
Number of pages: 105
This is a free little book about Riak, a scalable, high availability NoSQL datastore. Riak is an open-source, distributed key/value database for high availability, fault-tolerance, and near-linear scalability. In short, Riak has remarkably high uptime and grows with you.
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