stable29 2011-09-14, 10:02
-Re: Should I use HBASE?
Joey Echeverria 2011-09-14, 12:11
What do you mean by "server information"? If you're talking about
performance metrics, checkout OpenTSDB. It's built on top of HBase
and designed for this exact use case.
On Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 6:02 AM, stable29 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Currently I am using RDBMS in my project. My project basically monitor
> servers. It has to collect the information from all the servers ( no. of
> servers could be very huge) every 5 minutes and store it in the database.
> storing all the servers information ( around 10000 rows will be inserted
> with logical comparison) within 5 minutes itself is challenging for RDBMS
> database. we have to maintain around 6 months data in the database.
> So,that’s why the data amount becomes very huge. This is the primary
> requirement of our project and if it works good then this could be used
> widely. Basically I like to know if at all the Hbase could enhance the
> writing and reading time of the database and could be used to scale the
> database in great respect.
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Otis Gospodnetic 2011-09-14, 15:09
Michael Segel 2011-09-14, 18:17
Ian Varley 2011-09-14, 19:01
Michael Segel 2011-09-14, 21:23
Ian Varley 2011-09-14, 22:33