Hypertable Beats HBase in Performance Test — HBase Overwhelmed by Garbage Collection

(Last Updated On: February 7, 2012)
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Hypertable Beats HBase in Performance Test — HBase Overwhelmed by Garbage Collection

Hypertable is an open source, scalable database, based on Google’s proprietery Bigtable design. It is similar to HBase except that it is written in C++ for optimal performance. In this High Scalability post, we summarize a test we recently conducted comparing the performance of Hypertable with that of HBase under a number of realistic workloads.



Sounds like someone didn’t bother tuning HBase….
(I Kid, I Kid)

Its interesting, but someone self serving….


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