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Monthly HBase Digest: March

According to the monthly HBase digest:

  • new version (0.20.4) will be released soon
  • there is a port of Lucandra to HBase called Lucehbase
  • Twitter’s open sourced libraries of LZO and ProtocolBuffer helpers for Hadoop
  • Making column names/keys shorter can result in ~20-30% of RAM savings, and visible storage savings too. Even bigger advantage came with defining the right schema and column families. Note: this sounds really strange.

Probably also interesting to read is this discussion about the ☞ performance of reading rows with large number of columns.