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YCSB Benchmark Results for Cassandra, HBase, MongoDB, Riak

A recent slide deck presenting results of the YCSB a new benchmark run against the latest versions of Cassandra (0.6.10), HBase (0.20.6), MongoDB (1.6.5), and Riak (0.14.0):

Some of the results are striking, so I cannot wonder if there weren’t some configuration issues.

Update: A few users that had more luck reading the details on the slides have pointed out that this is not the YCBS benchmark, but rather a new one developed by the presenter. Another detail that’s important is that data used was rather small and could easily fit in memory.

Original title and link: YCBS Benchmark Results for Cassandra, HBase, MongoDB, Riak (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)