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Moving product recommendations from Hadoop to Redshift saves us time and money

Our old relational data warehousing solution, Hive, was not performant enough for us to generate product recommendations in SQL in our configuration.

This right here describes the common theme across all “Redshift is so much faster and cheaper than Hive”: expect a relational data warehouse from a Hadoop and Hive. You tell me if that’s the right expectation.

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Original title and link: Moving product recommendations from Hadoop to Redshift saves us time and money (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://engineering.monetate.com/2014/06/18/moving-product-recommendations-from-hadoop-to-redshift-saves-us-time-and-money/