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5 Steps to Benchmarking Managed NoSQL - DynamoDB Vs Cassandra

Ben Bromhead (instaclustr) for High Scalability:

To determine the suitability of a provider, your first port of call is to benchmark. Choosing a service provider is often done in a number of stages. First is to shortlist providers based on capabilities and claimed performance, ruling out those that do not meet your application requirements. Second is to look for benchmarks conducted by third parties, if any. The final stage is to benchmark the service yourself.

Peter Bailis asks a very valid question: if it’s the default YCSB and it’s a benchmark, where are the results?”

✚ instaclustr offers a totally managed hosting solution for Cassandra. (Disclaimer: they’ve sponsored myNoSQL in the past)

Original title and link: 5 Steps to Benchmarking Managed NoSQL - DynamoDB Vs Cassandra (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://highscalability.com/blog/2013/4/3/5-steps-to-benchmarking-managed-nosql-dynamodb-vs-cassandra.html