More 9s Please: Under The Covers of the High Replication Datastore

A session at Google I/O 2011

  • Matt Wilder

Wednesday 11th May, 2011

10:45am to 11:45am (PST)

For the first three years of App Engine, the health of the datastore was tied to the health of a single data center. Users had low latency and strong consistency, but also transient data unavailability and planned read-only periods. The High Replication Datastore trades small amounts of latency and consistency for significantly higher availability. In this talk we discuss user-facing and operational issues of the original Master/Slave Datastore, and how the High Replication Datastore addresses these issues.

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Matt Wilder

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Time 10:45am11:45am PST

Date Wed 11th May 2011

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Room 10, Moscone West

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