We’re continuing our series of quick interviews with Apache Hadoop project committers at Hortonworks.
This week Enis Soztutar discusses Apache HBase, built for random read/write access to data in billions of rows and millions of columns.
Enis began using Apache Hadoop in 2006. Now, Enis is a Hortonworks engineer and Apache HBase project management chair. He has also been a committer to Apache Hadoop since 2007 and to HBase since 2012.
In this brief video, Enis describes what HBase is, why it was created, and how it works.
What is HBase?
Why was HBase created?
How Does HBase work?
Watch the Hortonworks blog for an upcoming technical HBase post about the upcoming release of HBase version 0.96.
Also, take a look at past Hortonworks blogs discussing HBase