The origin of Bitcask is tied to the history of the Riak distributed database. In a Riak key/value cluster, each node uses pluggable local storage; nearly anything k/v-shaped can be used as the per-host storage engine. This pluggability allowed progress on Riak to be parallelized such that storage engines could be improved and tested without impact on the rest of the codebase.
Well, yes, this is one of those classic Hello World posts. After hosting my blog with various blogging platforms I think I am finally ready to settle with Jekyll. Not mentioning the fact that during those blogging platform transitions I lost numerous good & bad quality blog posts because I didn’t have the proper back up mechanism in place.