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Riak on Erjang

No, it’s not a typo. Erjang is a port of Erlang on the JVM[1] created by Kresten Krab Thorup. Now his trying to run Riak on top of it:

I’ve spent some time trying to get Riak up and running on Erjang, and here’s a note on current status. We’re very early, but it is basically “up and humping”.

One remark though, Erlang doesn’t feel like a platform that needs the JVM. But still cool!

via: http://www.javalimit.com/2010/06/riak-on-erjang.html