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The Architecture of a Credit Card Analysis Platform: Using Project Voldemort, Elastic MapReduce, Pangool

Ivan de Prado and Pere Ferrera on HighScalability.com:

The solution we developed has an infrastructure cost of just a few thousands of dollars per month thanks to the use of the cloud (AWS), Hadoop and Voldemort.

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This is one of the few projects outside LinkedIn that I know of that uses Project Voldemort. Plus the Voldemort backend storage is configured to use BerkleyDB.

Original title and link: The Architecture of a Credit Card Analysis Platform: Using Project Voldemort, Elastic MapReduce, Pangool (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://highscalability.com/blog/2013/1/7/analyzing-billions-of-credit-card-transactions-and-serving-l.html