[erlang-questions] can mnesia be made to become something like BigTable or SimpleDB ?
Fri Jul 25 05:33:49 CEST 2008
Scalaris (recently mentioned here) handles the data partitioning,
distribution, replication and location. The only remaining step would be to
modify it so that you could submit map/reduce style functions to be
distributed to each data node to execute on each data partition. That sounds
like a piece of cake in Erlang.
2008/7/24 Eric Ho <drwho102003-erlang@REDACTED>
> So, this is the plan going forward for Mnesia ?
> i.e. Mnesia will layer on top of CouchDB and Erlang programmers will get
> all the benefits of BigTable without having to learn more stuff other than
> what they already know with Mnesia ? That would be really cool if that's
> the case. It'll hide all the operational complexities from the programmers.
> --- On *Mon, 7/21/08, devdoer bird <devdoer2@REDACTED>* wrote:
> From: devdoer bird <devdoer2@REDACTED>
> Subject: Re: [erlang-questions] can mnesia be made to become something like
> BigTable or SimpleDB ?
> To: drwho102003-erlang@REDACTED
> Cc: erlang-questions@REDACTED
> Date: Monday, July 21, 2008, 2:32 AM
> Do you see CouchDB?
> 2008/7/21, Eric Ho <drwho102003-erlang@REDACTED>:
>> Are there any plans heading in that direction ?
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