HareDB Introduction

“Anything you start right now will move forward in leaps and bounds.”

The spirit of rabbit symbol, reminds us that in the era of "big data" we must keep moving forward. The technology is changing constantly every moment, all of us are in this world. The growth of unstructured data such as logs, videos, documents, and stored files makes the analysis of unstructured data becoming more and more important. Everything is just beginning, we are running in leaps and bounds.

The hybrid big data solution

Just like a agile hare running by leaps and bound to cross the grassland of the big data, HareDB helps the enterprise to rapidly gain more value from the big data and become more competitive in the market with the information provided by the big data.

HareDB is the complete solution base on the hadoop ecosystem for your big data in a rapid and smart way. While the enterprise is getting more and more structured data which is not suitable at all in the relational database, HBase, the noSQL Database in the hadoop ecosystem is providing the user to have one more effective option by its huge capacity and scalability for the big data. HareDB mainly focuses on the enhancement of the features of HBase that users can easily interactively query the data in the HBase with our SQL-like HareQL, which is not generating the MapReduce job but using the co-processor functions in HBase instead. This will largely accelerate the query and return the dataset to the user in a faster way.

Why Use HareDB

Rather than using command mode and other complicated method to manage your Tables and data in the HBase, HareDB is providing a friendly user interface integrated with the complete functions to access the data. Not only providing a good client tools for the developers to access the data, HareDB but also considering the administrators to look up the HBase system via the system.

With the HareDB solution, the availability of HBase is largely increased and this also helps the enterprise for integrating the Analytic or BI tools to query the data in the HBase.