NoSql databases handle large voiumes of data and are schemaless. In cases when realtime data is received and say petabytes of data is received daily then the capacity will soon become full unless we scale. So in that case it will keep receiving such data daily then it would regularly require scaling from time to time. Is that feasible to keep doing that ? thanks.
Monica Shiralkar wrote:... petabytes of data is received daily
Just a quick reference point: 1PB of storage on Amazon S3 (not including PUT/GET costs) in the US West region would cost $45,166.48 per month.
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:
Monica Shiralkar wrote:. . . petabytes of data . . . daily . . .
Have you worked out how much that is per second?
Oh yes petabytes of data is too much to talk about. Even the data twitter receives in a day is around 11 TB and not petabytes a day.
Let me talk about a more realistic case say if an application receives say 10 GB of data per day, and this is saved in a NoSql database. With this much data coming the db per day, the capacity will soon become full unless we scale. So in that case it would regularly require scaling from time to time. Is that feasible to keep doing that ? thanks.
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