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Riak and Voldemort: A (Non-Scientific) Benchmark

I’m relatively OK with benchmarks detailing the scenario, limitations and not making any additional claims.

Tests run for several minutes, hundreds of thousands of request were made to both systems. Nevertheless, the test is not at all scientific, for multiple reasons: both systems weren’t primed with billions of entries (which would make a great test on its own), different clients (Erlang native for Riak and a Java one, shipped with Voldemort) were used to access the systems, etc.

The only think missing is access to the source code used to test so that others would have a chance to push it further.