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Quick guide to CRDTs in Riak 2.0

Joel Jacobson provides a quick intro to using the new CRDT counters, sets, and maps in the Riak 2.0 preview:

Riak Data Types (also referred to as CRDTs) adds counters, sets, and maps to Riak – allowing for better conflict resolution. They enable developers to spend less time thinking about the complexities of vector clocks and sibling resolution and, instead, focusing on using familiar, distributed data types to support their applications’ data access patterns.

✚ An extra point for everyone recognizing the data sample used in the post.

Original title and link: Quick guide to CRDTs in Riak 2.0 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.joeljacobson.com/riak-2-0-data-types/