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VoltDB and YCSB …

VoltDB and the YCSB Benchmark
YCSB is a well known benchmark that was devised by a group at Yahoo! Research led by Brian F. Cooper. It came about because the proliferation of what the authors call ‘cloud serving systems’, and the need to be able to do ‘apples to apples’ comparisons between them. Between 2005 and 2015 we saw an [...]

Comparing Cloud Performance With YCSB

Introduction Last year we published YCSB benchmarks that compared IBM SoftLayer with Amazon Web Services. This generated a lot of interest from lots of different folks in the cloud community. There was so much interest we decided to do it again with more platforms. We reached out to an independent benchmarking enthusiast, Tim Callaghan from […]

VoltDB In-Memory Database Achieves Best-In-Class Results, Running in the Cloud, On the YCSB Benchmark

The development team at VoltDB recently ran VoltDB v4.2 against the Yahoo Cloud Serving Benchmark (YCSB), an industry-standard performance benchmark for cloud databases. We ran our test on as realistic a cluster setup as possible: commodity hardware that we could easily book as spot instances on EC2, with features like durability and high availability enabled. […]

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