In time, Drill will likely be able to satisfy these requirements. The
only thing that isn't directly in sightline is a large amount of
analytical requests per second. Initially, we're really focused on
queries between 100ms and ~20min. If you're looking for queries in
the few ms range, we've generally found that, for now, storage layer
specific clients are your best option 10's of thousands requests per
On Mon, May 13, 2013 at 4:02 PM, Andun Sameera <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi All,
> These days me and 3 other batch mates of my university are doing a research
> project to implement a open source perception analysis platform. Basically
> it is most equal to a social network. In that we have following
> - A big data store which is capable of providing high spreed querying.
> Thus we choose a polyglot data tore built on top of HBase + MongoDB.
> - A analytical tool which do on demand high speed analytics - When a
> request comes to do analytics, tool should do the analytic quickly and
> return the result.
> - The above analytical tool should facilitate programmatic creation and
> execution of analytical queries - All the execution and creation of
> analytical quires are done though JAVA code or any other appropriate of
> programming language.
> - The amount of analytical requests per second is pretty high.
> I have read about Dremel and Apache Drill's capabilities. My question is
> can I fulfill my above highlighted requirements using Apache Drill?
> Andun S.L. Gunawardana
> Department of Computer Science And Engineering
> University of Moratuwa
> Sri Lanka
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