- large data storage question [3 Updates]
- Ray <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 04 02:40PM -0700
I need to build a distributed system which would store and compute
terabytes of data from high-throughput biology sequencing projects. I
figure mysql database might not be the best choice, and as I do searches, I
find couch DB which is distributed and NO-SQL could do the job. Since I
have no experience on Couch DB, any suggestions on it?
- Joe Kelly <email@example.com> Sep 04 03:24PM -0700
Have you looked into Hadoop? No-SQL is great, I have loved my time with
Mongo but it sounds like Hadoop is more what you are looking for.
- Joe Kelly <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 04 03:26PM -0700
The link has data storage options with it. Forgot to include that sentence.
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