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Quick Dive into Hypertable Thrift API

I like the parallels with notions from the MySQL world:

[…] let’s take a look at high performance reading using Scanner. To those who are familiar with MySQL, the concept of using scanner is quite similar to the SSCursor. Instead of reading all the records into client side memory, there is a server-side cursor that’s “streaming” the result set to client side.

via: http://notes.alexdong.com/quick-introduction-to-hypertables-thrift-api