[erlang-questions] Kai - An Open Source Implementation of Amazon's Dynamo

Takeru INOUE <>
Sat Jul 12 02:07:02 CEST 2008


Hi John,

Thank you for introducing many related links.
We will add them to our Wiki.


On Sat, Jul 12, 2008 at 5:30 AM, john s wolter
<> wrote:
> Takeru,
>
> Thanks for the Kai link, I had not seen that myself and will add that to my
> links.  I have some additional links to Distributed Hash Table, DHT,
> information and projects.  The pages also refer to other projects and sites.
>
> This is Wikipedia's take on DHT for those who may not be familiar.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distributed_hash_table
>
> OpenDHT is a publicly accessible distributed hash table (DHT) service.
> http://opendht.org/
>
> Bamboo is a either based on Pastry, a re-engineering of the Pastry
> protocols, or an entirely new DHT
> http://bamboo-dht.org/
>
> SIPPEER: A Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based Peer-to-Peer Internet
> Telephony Client Adaptor.  More from the VoIP world.
> http://www1.cs.columbia.edu/~kns10/publication/sip-p2p-design.pdf
>
> The fallacies of distributed computing which should make you think.  A PDF
> at the bottom of the article has much detail.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fallacies_of_Distributed_Computing
>
> What got me going on Erlang was distributed OS's, planet scale event
> monitoring systems, multi-agent software, swarms, PSO's,  non-stop
> applications, the overused cloud-computing metaphor, and grids.  Whew, I
> need to sit down. Wait a minute, I am sitting down.
>
> On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 1:01 PM, ERLANG <> wrote:
>>
>> Hi Takeru,
>>
>> First of all thanks for sharing this excellent piece of code.
>> Is there any persistency backend to "Kai" or is it just a memory cache
>> engine?
>>
>> cheers
>> Y.
>>
>> Le 11 juil. 08 à 16:29, Takeru INOUE a écrit :
>>
>> > Dear Erlang Community,
>> >
>> > I'd like to tell you about a project called Kai.
>> >
>> > Kai is a distributed hashtable like Amazon's Dynamo.
>> > Dynamo is described in its original paper, as a highly available
>> > key-value storage system that some of Amazon's core services use to
>> > provide an "always-on" experience.
>> > Kai implements well-known memcache API, and you can access to Kai with
>> > your favorite programming language.
>> >
>> > Kai is hosted on sourceforge.net, where detailed information is found.
>> >
>> >  http://kai.wiki.sourceforge.net/
>> >
>> > Also, source code can be downloaded.
>> >
>> >  http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=228337
>> >
>> > If you are interested in Kai, read Getting Started and try it.
>> >
>> >  http://kai.wiki.sourceforge.net/getting+started
>> >
>> > Regards,
>> >
>> > --
>> > Takeru INOUE <>
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