bigtable: All content tagged as bigtable in NoSQL databases and polyglot persistence
A three part article from Hortonworks showing how Pig can be used with MongoDB, HBase, and Cassandra:
Pig has emerged as the ‘duct tape’ of Big Data, enabling you to send data between distributed systems in a few lines of code. In this series, we’re going to show you how to use Hadoop and Pig to connect different distributed systems, to enable you to process data from wherever and to wherever you like.
- Part 1: Pig, MongoDB and Node.js
- Part 2: Pig, HBase, JRuby and Sinatra
- Part 3: TF-IDF Topics with Cassandra, Python Streaming and Flask
Original title and link: Pig the Big Data Duct Tape: Examples for MongoDB, HBase, and Cassandra ( ©myNoSQL)
I’d say that raising another $25 million from Meritech Capital Partners and with the participation of existing investors Lightspeed Venture Partners and Crosslink Capital is a good enough reason for DataStax to party.
DataStax will use the funds to further enhance its Big Data platform and increase the value for current customers while driving global customer acquisition.
Congrats to DataStax and Cassandra community!
Original title and link: $25 Million in C Round for DataStax ( ©myNoSQL)
It’s unfortunate that the post focuses mostly on the usage of Spring and RabitMQ and the slidedeck doesn’t dive deeper into the architecture, data flows, and data stores, but the diagrams below should give you an idea of this truly polyglot persistentency architecture:
The slide deck presenting architecture principles and numbers about the platform after the break.