Wednesday 2nd November, 2011
10:15am to 11:05am
When starting to work with distributed, fault-tolerant systems like Riak, application developers who are used to the cosy world of strongly consistent databases may be shocked to suddenly have to deal with conflicting writes. This can be daunting, often leading to comments like "TODO: handle siblings" in the code, and confusing exceptions for end users.
In this talk for the NOSQL eXchange Russell Brown examines how conflicting values are kept to a minimum in Riak and illustrates some techniques for automating semantic reconciliation. There will be practical examples from the Riak Java Client and other places
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