Tag Archives: hbase community

YCSB, the Open Standard for NoSQL Benchmarking, Joins Cloudera Labs

Categories: Cloudera Labs HBase Performance

YCSB, the open standard for comparative performance evaluation of data stores, is now available to CDH users for their Apache HBase deployments via new packages from Cloudera Labs.

Many factors go into deciding which data store should be used for production applications, including basic features, data model, and the performance characteristics for a given type of workload. It’s critical to have the ability to compare multiple data stores intelligently and objectively so that you can make sound architectural decisions.

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Apache HBase 1.0 is Released

Categories: Community HBase

The Cloudera HBase Team are proud to be members of Apache HBase’s model community and are currently AWOL, busy celebrating the release of the milestone Apache HBase 1.0. The following, from release manager Enis Soztutar, was published today in the ASF’s blog.

 

The Apache HBase community has released Apache HBase 1.0.0. Seven years in the making, it marks a major milestone in the Apache HBase project’s development,

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How Cloudera Ensures HBase Client API Compatibility in CDH

Categories: CDH HBase Testing

Apache HBase supports three primary client APIs that developers can use to bind applications with HBase: the Java API, the REST API, and the Thrift API. Therefore, as developers build apps against HBase, it’s very important for them to be aware of the compatibility guidelines with respect to CDH.

This blog post will describe the efforts that go into protecting the experience of a developer using the Java API. Through its testing work,

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Streaming Data into Apache HBase using Apache Flume

Categories: Flume Hadoop HBase

The following post was originally published via blog.apache.org; we are re-publishing it here.

Apache Flume was conceived as a fault-tolerant ingest system for the Apache Hadoop ecosystem. Flume comes packaged with an HDFS Sink which can be used to write events into HDFS, and two different implementations of HBase sinks to write events into Apache HBase. You can read about the basic architecture of Apache Flume 1.x in this blog post.

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