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Riak 2i or Key Filters: Which Is Faster?

Matt Snyder:

We had been using 2i for most of our querying and a combination of “Data Point Objects” and MapReduce for our more analytical needs. However when our MapReduce started bombing we questioned/reviewed our querying approach.

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So my question to all of you is why is 2i/$key being recommended over Key Filters?

It’s a good question and I’d love to know the answer myself.

Original title and link: Riak 2i or Key Filters: Which Is Faster? (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.cranialpulse.com/2013/01/riak-whats-faster-2i-or-key-filters.html