I have worked with Hbase for many years and I think it is a great product.
it does what it says on the tin so to speak.
Ironically if you look around the NoSQL competitors, most of them are
supported by start-ups, whereas Hbase is only supported as part of Apache
suite of products by vendors like Cloudera, Hortonworks MapR etc.
For those who would prefer to use SQL on top, there is Apache Phoenix
around which makes life easier for most SQL savvy world to work on Hbase.
For TCO, Hbase is still value for money compared to others. You don't need
expensive RAM or SSD with Hbase. That makes it easy to onboard it in no
time. Also Hbase can be used in a variety of different business
applications, whereas other commercial ones are focused on narrower niche
Least but last happy 10th anniversary and hope Hbase will go form
strength to strength and we will keep using it for years to come!
Dr Mich Talebzadeh
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