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From Igor Lautar <igor.lau...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Seeking HBase schema design examples
Date Thu, 23 Feb 2012 07:23:45 GMT
I've found OpenTSDB interesting:


On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 10:40 PM, Ian Varley <ivarley@salesforce.com> wrote:

> All:
> I’m doing a study on HBase schema design, with a goal of contributing back
> a presentation or summary about how data modeling is practically done in
> HBase. I'd like to base it as much as possible on real world examples (i.e.
> things that are running in production today). I’ve got several examples
> already, but I’d love more input from the community. If you have designed
> an HBase schema that worked really well (or, conversely, that failed in an
> instructive way), and feel like sharing it with me, I’d love to hear about
> it (you can email me directly, or share it on the list). If you'd like the
> source or identifying details to be obfuscated, that's totally doable.
> In particular, I would *love* to hear about people doing complex things
> within a single HBase row (like, storing several entities’ worth of data in
> columns / column families of the same HBase row, for atomicity or other
> reasons). Also interested in nifty stuff using atomic increments, check &
> sets, etc. Generally, any clever insights you have about how to make
> conceptual data models work well on HBase are what I'd love to digest and
> share with the community.
> Thanks!
> Ian

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