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Riak 1.2 Released: Operational Improvements

Here’s the tl;dr on what’s new and improved since the Riak 1.1 release:

  • More efficiently add multiple Riak nodes to your cluster
  • Stage and review, then commit or abort cluster changes for easier operations; plus smoother handling of rolling upgrades
  • Better visibility into active handoffs
  • Repair Riak KV and Search partitions by attaching to the Riak Console and using a one-line command to recover from data corruption/loss
  • More performant stats for Riak; the addition of stats to Riak Search
  • 2i and Search usage thru the Protocol Buffers API
  • Official Support for Riak on FreeBSD
  • In Riak Enterprise: SSL encryption, better balancing and more granular control of replication across multiple data centers, NAT support

More details in the official announcement.

Original title and link: Riak 1.2 Released: Operational Improvements (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://basho.com/blog/technical/2012/08/07/Riak-1-2-released/