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Why Riak Matters

Please join us for the inaugural Atlanta Riak Meetup, as part of Big Data Week!

Plan to arrive at or around 7:00pm, we'll get started with the presentation around 7:15pm. Food and refreshments will be provided by Basho. Bring yourselves and bring a friend.

Thanks for being a part of the Riak community,



Why Riak Matters, by John E. Vincent (@lusis)

John will explain a bit about why Riak matters as part of the bigger picture of systems engineering, especially distributed systems.

At RICON 2012, enStratus spoke about the pros and cons of moving from a transactional to an eventually consistent persistence model and the process of moving to Riak. enStratus has been running Riak in production since Q4 of 2012.


About John

John E. Vincent is a 18-year veteran of the IT industry, an avid blogger, and primary instigator behind the monitoring sucks movement. He's done everything from working the help desk to building out data centers. He got officially involved with DevOps in early 2010 and fancies himself a developer in his spare time. John live with his wife and two sons in Roswell, Georgia. John is currently the Director of Cloud Infrastructure for enStratus.

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