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Title: Which NoSQL Database? A Performance Overview
Authors: Abramova, Veronika 
Bernardino, Jorge 
Furtado, Pedro 
Keywords: NoSQL databases; Performance evaluation; Execution time; Benchmark; YCSB
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: RonPub
Citation: ABRAMOVA, Veronika; BERNARDINO, Jorge; FURTADO, Pedro - Which NoSQL Database? A Performance Overview. "Open Journal of Databases". ISSN 2199-3459. Vol. 1 Nº. 2 (2014) p. 17-24
Serial title, monograph or event: Open Journal of Databases
Volume: 1
Issue: 2
Abstract: NoSQL data stores are widely used to store and retrieve possibly large amounts of data, typically in a key-value format. There are many NoSQL types with different performances, and thus it is important to compare them in terms of performance and verify how the performance is related to the database type. In this paper, we evaluate five most popular NoSQL databases: Cassandra, HBase, MongoDB, OrientDB and Redis. We compare those databases in terms of query performance, based on reads and updates, taking into consideration the typical workloads, as represented by the Yahoo! Cloud Serving Benchmark. This comparison allows users to choose the most appropriate database according to the specific mechanisms and application needs.
ISSN: 2199-3459
Rights: openAccess
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