Riaktor is a Ruby client and object mapper for Riak (riak.basho.com/). It's brand new and probably has bugs, but feel free to try it out.
Fast: all GETs are concurrent, support for concurrent PUTs and DELETEs. Operations like find_many on a document make this transparent.
Attributes: split your document up into attributes so that you reduce the chance of conflicts and better spread out your data.
Indexes: create basic, arbitrary indexes on your Riak objects with one line.
Associations: define associations with one line. Uses the Riak links feature so that you'll be able to do easy map reduce functions. Also supports paging through your association members so that you don't need to load them all at once.
See tests. Better documentation coming soon to the Wiki.
Rails 3.0 beta (Riaktor doesn't care if it's used within a Rails project or not but it does rely on Active Model and Active Support).
$ gem install tzinfo builder memcache-client rack rack-test rack-mount erubis mail text-format thor bundler i18n $ gem install rails –pre $ gem install riaktor
Email: ben dot myles at gmail dot com
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