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Proceedings of the first annual workshop on High performance computing meets databases - HPCDB '11
Data intensive computing has been a major focus of scientific computing communities in the past several years, and many technologies and systems have been developed to efficiently store and serve terabytes or even petabytes of data. One important effort in this direction is the HBase system. Modeled after Google's BigTable, HBase supports reliable storage and efficient access to billions of rows of structured data. However, it does not provide an efficient searching mechanism based on columndoi:10.1145/2125636.2125646 fatcat:5e6y6rjttjcedhlvrwd6w4a4g4