Difference between MySQL and HBase
1. MySQL: MySQL is an open-source relational database management system based on Structured Query Language (SQL). It is developed and managed by oracle corporation and was initially released on 23 May 1995. It is widely being used in many small and large-scale industrial applications and is capable of handling a large volume of data.
2. HBase: This model is used to provide random access to a large amount of structured data. It builds on the top of the Hadoop file system and is column-oriented in nature. It is used to store the data in HDFS. It is an open-source database that provides data replication. Three important components of HBase are HMaster, Region server, and Zookeeper.
Difference between MySQL and HBase:
|1.||Data Type||MySQL manages Structured data.||HBase manages Structured data, Unstructured data.|
|2.||SQL||It requires Structured Query Language (SQL).||It does not require Structured Query Language.|
|3.||Database model||Relational Database Management System (RDBMS)||Column-Oriented database|
|4.||Secondary Database model||The secondary database model supported is Document Store.||No secondary database model is used.|
|7.||Developed by||Oracle||Apache Software Foundation|
|8.||Operating System||The operating systems supported by MySQL are Windows, macOS, Linux, Unix, AmigaOS, BSD, z/OS, and Android.||The operating systems supported by HBase are Windows, macOS, Linux, Unix, BSD, and z/OS.|
|9.||ACID property||It follows the ACID (Atomic, Consistency, Isolated, Durability) property.||It doesn’t follow the ACID property.|
|10.||Replication Methods||Replication methods used here are Master-Master Replication and Master-Slave Replication.||The replication method used here is Master-Slave Replication.|
|11.||Implementation||It is implemented in C/C++ programming languages.||It is implemented in the Java programming language.|
|13.||Amount of Data||It handles data in less volume.||It handles data in high volume.|
|14.||APIs||APIs and other access methods used by MySQL are ADO.NET, JDBC, and ODBC.||APIs and other access methods used by HBase are JDBC.|