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Notes on the Hadoop and HBase Markets

Curt Monash shares what he heard from his customers:

  • Over half of Cloudera’s customers (nb 100 subscription customers) use HBase
  • Hortonworks thinks a typical enterprise Hadoop cluster has 20-50 nodes, with 50-100 already being on the large side.
  • There are huge amounts of Elastic MapReduce/Hadoop processing in the Amazon cloud. Some estimates say it’s the majority of all Amazon Web Services processing.

Original title and link: Notes on the Hadoop and HBase Markets (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.dbms2.com/2012/04/24/notes-on-the-hadoop-and-hbase-markets/