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RE: Using HBase for real time transaction

Since Tom isn't technical... ;-)

The short answer is No.
HBase is not capable of being a transactional because it doesn't support transactions.
Nor is HBase ACID compliant.

Having said that, yes you can use HBase to serve data in real time.

HTH

-Mike
> Subject: Re: Using HBase for real time transaction
> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2011 17:25:17 -0400
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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> Tom,
> Let me reword: can HBase be used as a transactional database(i.e. in replacement of mysql)?
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> The requirement is to have real time read and write operations. I mean as soon as data is written the user should see the data(Here data should be written in Hbase).
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> -Jignesh
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> On Sep 20, 2011, at 5:11 PM, Tom Deutsch wrote:
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> > Real-time means different things to different people. Can you share your
> > latency requirements from the time the data is generated to when it needs
> > to be consumed, or how you are thinking of using Hbase in the overall
> > flow?
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> > Jignesh Patel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > 09/20/2011 12:57 PM
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> > We are exploring possibility of using HBase for the real time
> > transactions. Is that possible?
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> > -Jignesh
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