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+ - Cassandra and Voldemort benchmarked->

Submitted by kreide33
kreide33 (41337) writes "Key/Value storage systems are gaining in popularity, much because of features such as easy scalability and automatic replication. However, there are several to choose from and performance is an important deciding factor. This article compares the performance of two of the most well-known projects, Cassandra and Voldemort, using several different mixes of access types and compares both throughput and latency."
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