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How to Deploy a Riak Cluster in 5 Minutes on GoGrid

Friday, January 31st, 2014 by

The first big challenge to overcome with any new NoSQL database deployment is figuring out how to deploy the cluster in an environment that lets you scale as needed within a single data center and even across multiple data centers. To save cash, many customers make the mistake of trialing the product on cheap hardware with limited RAM across clusters that are inadequate for the application.

We think there’s a better way to run your evaluation. At GoGrid, we’ve made it possible to deploy a 5-node Riak cluster on beefy, high-performance machines with the click of a button. Check out the specs we’re providing as an orchestrated deployment using our 1-Button Deploy™ technology:

  • 5 nodes
  • 16 GB RAM per node
  • 16 cores per node
  • 640 GB storage per node
  • 10-Gbps network
  • 40-Gbps private network connectivity to additional Block Storage volumes (as needed)

Once the first cluster is deployed, you can point-and-click to add more nodes as you need them. Geek out for a moment on what you can do with this technology: You can run a user/session store for your application, use it to target and serve advertising, perform MapReduce operations, or any number of other things with just a few clicks of the mouse. And you can do it all in 4 easy steps.

Step 1: Login to GoGrid

To get started, login to your GoGrid account at https://my.gogrid.com to access the management console. If you don’t yet have an account, go ahead and create one: visit www.gogrid.com and click the Get Started button in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.

Step 2: Add New Infrastructure

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