Dalia Sobhy 2012-02-18, 13:25
Jamack, Peter 2012-02-18, 19:58
Dalia Sobhy 2012-02-18, 22:17
-Re: Medical App
Alexander Lorenz 2012-02-19, 05:50
for unstructured data hbase, sqoop as connector between hbase and rmdbs.
as an rest interface for hbase you could use stargate. Oozie as framework for periodical jobs.
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On Feb 18, 2012, at 11:17 PM, Dalia Sobhy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> My usecase is developing a scalable medical App.
> This app has two main parts :
> 1. Patient's Info
> 2. Patient's Diagnosis, Imaging...etc.
> 3. How to link between them.
> I want to perform an API for developers to use...
> I want to use a NoSQL Database, because this is my thesis topic and I am stuck in it. I only have a couple of months time period to accomplish it.
> So what I want is a guidance which better suits my app, I will not perform a complete app because I have time shortage.
> > From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2012 14:58:06 -0500
> > Subject: Re: Medical App
> > There are ways to integrate each, but you'll have to figure out what
> > actually matches and what doesn't. Maybe a customer id can link a medical
> > image, with their info, etc.
> > I've done a combo of MongoDB as the non structured OLTP, Postgres as the
> > RDBMS, and then
> > Utilizing Hadoop as the analytic portion. Maybe it was overkill but Hbase
> > wasn't that great of an option, so. You might also need to use something
> > like Solr to index the non structured data.
> > These days many ETL tools like Pentaho Kettle, Talend, even Informatica
> > and
> > Spring Data-Hadoop have ways to integrate and connect. I'm in the process
> > of figuring out the Pentaho Kettle big data integration and will follow up
> > with anything I learn in making it easier to integrate the different data
> > pieces.
> > Peter J
> > On 2/18/12 5:25 AM, "Dalia Sobhy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > >Hiii all,
> > >
> > >I am developing a medical app but i have reached this:
> > >1. For structured Data such as patient info, medical history...etc: i
> > >would use RDBMS.
> > >2. For non-structured data such as scans, images, MRIs: i would use hbase
> > >"nosql database"
> > >
> > >So is this new arch is good??
> > >I need your opinions..
> > >If so how could i link between both sql and nosql, how could i link data..
> > >
> > >Sent from my iPhone