Most developers are familiar with the topic of “database design”. In the relational world, normalization is the name of the game. How do things change when you’re working with a scalable, distributed, non-SQL database like HBase? This talk will cover the basics of HBase schema design at a high level and give several common patterns and examples of real-world schemas to solve interesting problems. The storage and data access architecture of HBase (row keys, column families, etc.) will be explained, along with the pros and cons of different schema decisions.
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