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Riak 1.4 - Counters, Improvements to Secondary Indexes

I’ve waited so long to post this, that there’s already a bug fix release. Meet Riak 1.4 featuring

  • Secondary Indexing Improvements: Query results are now sorted and paginated, offering developers much richer semantics
  • Introducing Counters in Riak: Counters, Riak’s first distributed data type, provide automatic conflict resolution after a network partition
  • Reduced Object Storage Overhead: Values and associated metadata are stored and transmitted using a more compact format, reducing disk and network overhead
  • Improved Backpressure: Riak responds with an overload message if a vnode has too many messages in queue

And quite a few other improvements you can learn about from the announcement and from the following video:

If you need a teaser, I can tell you that Riak counters are cool.

Original title and link: Riak 1.4 - Counters, Improvements to Secondary Indexes (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://basho.com/basho-announces-availability-of-riak-1-4/