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Tuesday, September 29 • 14:00 - 14:50
CouchDB 2.0: The Awkward Bits - Mike Wallace, IBM

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Apache CouchDB 2.0 will bring Dynamo-style clustering to CouchDB, allowing data and applications to scale out over hundreds of nodes for increased throughput and storage. While operation of a single-node CouchDB instance will remain largely unaffected, the addition of clustering and sharding introduces some new annoyances which have the potential to complicate operational life. In this talk, Mike will identify the parts of clustered CouchDB 2.0 that could be considered to be particularly awkward from an operations perspective so that we can be better prepared when things start to get real.


Mike Wallace

Software Engineer and Systems Operator, IBM
Mike Wallace is a software engineer and systems operator with a particular interest in distributed systems and the many and varied ways they can fail. He has been an engineer at IBM (formerly Cloudant) for the last two years as both a developer and operator of their globally distributed Database-as-a-Service platform (based on Apache CouchDB) and is a CouchDB committer. | | Although far from a regular public speaker he has some experience... Read More →

Tuesday September 29, 2015 14:00 - 14:50

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