Hypertable is a free and open source software written in the C++ programming language and designed from the offset to provide developers worldwide with a scalable, high-performance database, inspired by Google's Bigtable. The application promises to reduce your hardware footprint and to speed up your big data application, by delivering scalable database capacity at maximum performance.
Features at a glance
Key features include optimal performance, a thriving and strong community, scalable design, support for hundreds of Google services, C++ implementation, 24/7/365 support, as well as extensive support for a wide range of programming language, including C++, PHP, Python, Perl, Java, Ruby, and many others.
Hypertable is crafted in such a way that it can easily manage the processing and storage of information on a massive cluster, while tolerating component and machine failures. It is an 100% Apache Hadoop compatible product, engineered to deliver superior performance and maximum efficiency over the competition, helping you to save a lot of money.
Additionally, the Hypertable developers provide state-of-the-art commercial support for small and medium-sized businesses running mission critical applications that handle an enourmous amount of data. With Hypertable, your business will consume less power, less hardware and less datacenter.
Is Hypertable available for my operating system?
Well, if you’re running a Debian GNU/Linux, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora, CentOS, Scientific Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, openSUSE or any other popular distribution of Linux that uses DEB or RPM packages, Hybertable can be installed with minimum effort.
For users of Linux kernel-based operating systems that use a different package manager than the one listed above, Hypertable can be installed using the universal source archive, which must be configured and compiled prior to installation. Both 32-bit and 64-bit hardware platforms are supported at this time, as well as the Mac OS X operating system.