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

Joe Armstrong erlang@REDACTED
Fri Jul 11 17:00:25 CEST 2008

Amazing -

This is the *third* Key-Value store written in Erlang I have learned
about in two weeks.

The other two were  a Key Value store (based on chord + paxos)
see http://www.erlang-exchange.com/alexander-reinefeld

And the couchDB stuff (see http://erlang-exchange.com/jan-lehnardt)

You missed a link to your slides

 So now we have *three* reliable key-value stores.

/Joe Armstrong

On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 4:29 PM, Takeru INOUE <takeru.inoue@REDACTED> wrote:
> 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 <takeru.inoue@REDACTED>
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