Put together by the team at Altoros Systems Inc., this time run in the Amazon EC2 and including Cassandra, HBase, MongoDB, MySQL Cluster, sharded MySQL and Riak:
After some of the results had been presented to the public, some observers said MongoDB should not be compared to other NoSQL databases because it is more targeted at working with memory directly. We certainly understand this, but the aim of this investigation is to determine the best use cases for different NoSQL products. Therefore, the databases were tested under the same conditions, regardless of their specifics.
Teaser: HBase got the best results in most of the benchmarks (with flush turned off though). And I’m not sure the setup included the latest HBase read improvements from Facebook.
Original title and link: YCSB Benchmark Results for Cassandra, HBase, MongoDB, MySQL Cluster, and Riak ( ©myNoSQL)