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HBase: Shops swap MySQL for open source Google mimic

Just an enumeration of who is using HBase. As regards the title, here’re the relevant quotes from the article:

HBase can’t replace all MySQL installations, says HBase project chair Michael Stack, but unlike MySQL, it’s specifically designed to operate at ginormous scale.

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“I don’t foresee StumbleUpon ever giving up on all of its MySQL instances. RDBMSs are just too useful,” [Michael] Stack1 tells The Reg.


  1. Michael Stack: HBase project chair, StumbleUpon  

Original title and link: HBase: Shops swap MySQL for open source Google mimic (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/01/19/hbase_on_the_rise/