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MongoDB or Hadoop?

Posted on the MongoDB mailing list:

I have about 500M log file entries each representing an “ad impression” (we are an advertising company). Each “hit” has about 50 attributes to it (example: Country, State, City, Adsize, Browser, OS, etc) .. I want to load all 500M into some form of database and then run queries against this set.

As you could expect MongoDB is considered as a possibility. But I’d call that a biased vendor advise. I’ll be blunt: invest in your future by using Hadoop and Pig. Hive may fit too.

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