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NoSQL Benchmark Source Code Available

Code of the NoSQL benchmark I’ve mentioned a couple of days ago — the one comparing Cassandra 0.6.10, HBase 0.20.6, MongoDB 1.6.5, Riak 0.14.0 with some weird results — is now available on GitHub.

The benchmark is part of the Master’s thesis of Thibault Dory, a Belgium CS student. Thibault has also set up a website for the benchmark: NoSQLBenchmarking.com.

I’m wondering how soon we will start seeing corrections to the initial results for each of the included NoSQL databases.

Jean-Daniel Cryans

Original title and link: NoSQL Benchmark Source Code Available (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)