Difference between Impala and hBASE
1. Impala :
Impala is a query engine that runs on Hadoop. It provides high-performance, low-latency SQL queries on data stored in Hadoop. It is an open-source software. It supports in-memory data processing. It is pioneering the use of the Parquet file format, a columnar storage layout that is optimized for large-scale queries typical in data warehouse scenarios.
2. HBase :
This model is used to provide random access to a large amounts of structured data. It build on the top of the hadoop file system and column-oriented in nature. It used to store the data in HDFS. It is open-source database that provides data replication.
Difference between Impala and hBASE :
|1.||It was developed by Cloudera.||Developed by Apache software foundation.|
|2.||Impala was released in 2013||HBase was released in 2008|
Impala is implemented using c++
HBase is implemented using JAVA
|4.||Linux is the only server operating system using Impala.||Linux, Unix and Windows are server operating system using HBase.|
|5.||It supports SQL such as DML and DDL statements.||It does not support SQL(standard query language).|
|6.||Triggers are not used in Impala||Triggers are used in HBase|
|7.||JDBC and ODBC are the APIs and access methods used in Impala.||Java API, RESTful HTTP API, Thrift are the APIs and access methods used in Impala.|
|8.||Replication methods used in Impala are selectable replication factor.||Replication methods used in HBase are Master-master replication, Master-slave replication.|