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Twitter, Redis and Gizzard

Just one day after mentioning Giazzard as a possible solution for partitioning data in CouchDB, I’m hearing that Twitter is experimenting with Redis and uses ☞ Gizzard for data partitioning. Code for this experiment is available on ☞ GitHub under the name Haplocheirus[1]

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  1. Just in case you are wondering what Haplocheirus means, it is a ☞ dinosaur.  ()