Kresten Krab Thorup discusses a MySQL project that was moved to Riak for high availability, scalability and to run off multiple data centers, sharing the experiences, pitfalls and lessons learned.
Kresten Krab Thorup is CTO of Trifork, where he's responsible for technical strategy, researching future technologies, and the JAOO and QCon conferences. Kresten has worked on open source projects like GCC, GNU Objective-C, gcj, etc. and used to work at NeXT Software on the Objective-C tool chain, the debugger, and the runtime; his latest project is Erjang; he blogs @ http://www.javalimit.com/.
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