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Cassandra, HBase, and PNUTS Compared

From ☞ Amandeep Khurana a nice matrix comparing characteristics of Cassandra, HBase and PNUTS:

Recently, in a course that I’m taking at UC Santa Cruz, I got a chance to present the PNUTS paper and compare the system with Bigtable and Dynamo.

The Cassandra, HBase, and PNUTS matrix includes details about:

  • data model
  • consistency model
  • ACID semantics
  • storage
  • replication
  • fault tolerance
  • scalability
  • aplicability

These systems are also part of the ☞ Yahoo! Cloud Serving Benchmark, a benchmark that has been open sourced recently and is available on ☞ GitHub

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