[ledger][benchmarks] Randomize keys.

Keys generated for the benchmarks had the index as a prefix, making
them partially sequential (e.g. 1, 10, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9). After
this CL, keys will have the index as a suffix, forcing a random order
in insertions/updates, while still allowing retrieving the keys' ids.

Note that this change will likely change some of the results in the
dashboard, because of the re-ordering of the keys.

Test: All benchmarks are still running correctly.
Change-Id: If88eeb556dbccf1a668d3af2040614d9b068d7b1
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README.md

Peridot

Peridot is a framework for composed, intelligent and distributed user experiences.

Applications not explicitly designed to interoperate (and possibly implemented in different programming languages) are ephemerally downloaded and dynamically composed to run in a shared context. The framework manages application lifecycle, resources and view hierarchy; and well as context and suggestion infrastructure.

State of Peridot experiences is transparently synchronized across user devices using a distributed offline-first storage system.

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