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Lily offers an open source content repository. It is the first cloud-scalable repository for social content applications. It is built from ground up using Big Data and NOSQL technology. Its technology stack includes Hadoop, HBase and Solr. It could be used in document archiving, large-scale SaaS-model web content management, heritage databases, news libraries, digital asset management, content collections, structured data management.
What is n-ormn-orm offers a simple persistence layer for Java. Targeted stores are "no-sql" as the framework assumes a column-oriented like storage data model. The framework makes use of annotations and a very simple query language, simple enough to be very efficient, and too simple to let a model not to be efficient... ;-) Current stores are HBase and Redis, though new drivers should be simple to implement. Expectations on a data store are that it can handle maps automatically sorted according
OpenTSDB is a distributed, scalable Time Series Database (TSDB) written on top of HBase. OpenTSDB was written to address a common need: store, index and serve metrics collected from computer systems (network gear, operating systems, applications) at a large scale, and make this data easily accessible and graphable. This site is only used to distribute releases and dependencies, please visit the main site at opentsdb.net or browse the sources on GitHub.
Latty is another open source project implementing Google's Bigtable. Latty has the following features. Basic data service Single row operation(put, get) Multi row operation(Scanner) Data uploader(DirectUploader) MapReduce(TabletInputFormat) Tablet Management Tablet distribution Tablet MinorCompaction, MajorCompaction, Split Utility Web based Monitor Shell Swing based Query Browser Failover Master failover TabletServer failover Change log Server Reliable fast appendable change log server Distribu
TwoSpotJava-based Cloud Computing Platform Building TwoSpot Configuring and starting TwoSpot Master's thesis on TwoSpot
System built for Takeplace.eu. Can be implemented in any application. Uses HBase and Memcached.
weblogin is a simple web app that aim to show the difference in conception between using MySQL or HBase database.