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This is the introductory presentation on HBase given by Hayden Marchant in the monthly Amobee Tech Talk.
In this session, we'll learn about HBase, a NoSQL database that provides real-time, random read and write access to tables meant to store billions of rows and millions of columns.
HBase is an open-source, non-relational distributed column-oriented database, is linearly scalable, and is designed to run on commodity hardware. HBase clusters can be in the hundreds and thousands of nodes, serving extraordinary amounts of information. Tight integration with Hadoop gives way to allows powerful analytical processing on data residing in HBase.