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From Rafał Krupiński <r.krupin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Which kind of applications are Cassandra fit for?
Date Tue, 01 Jun 2010 20:47:28 GMT
On 01.06.2010 15:32, sharanabasava raddi wrote:
> 1. Performance data of network storage elements which may be required
> for performance tuning.
> 2. Data dictionaries.
> 3. Satellite communications.
> 4. General search applications.
>
> etc.....
> below is the performance statistics compared to traditional Databases.
>
> MySQL Comparison
>
> •MySQL > 50 GB Data
> Writes Average : ~300 ms
> Reads Average : ~350 ms
>
> •Cassandra > 50 GB Data
> Writes Average : 0.12 ms
> Reads Average : 15 ms

I've seen this on some cassandra presentations, but there are no details 
on schema, FKs, hardware, etc.
300ms for single write in mysql is a lot. I'd treat this "statistics" as 
a marketing/urban legend.


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