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What are the difference between GaussDB(DWS) and MRS?

Created: Jul 29, 2022 12:20:09Latest reply: Jul 29, 2022 12:25:34 77 1 0 0 0
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Hello, everyone!

Do you know the GaussDB(DWS) and MRS?

Which one is better?

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olive.zhao
Admin Created Jul 29, 2022 12:25:34

Hello, friend!

MRS works better with big data processing frameworks such as Apache Spark, Hadoop, and HBase to process and analyze ultra-large data sets through customized code. It allows you to control the cluster configuration and the software installed in the cluster.

GaussDB (DWS) can better handle complex queries of large amounts of structured data. It is about bringing together data from different sources, such as inventory, financial and retail systems. To ensure the consistency and accuracy of enterprise reports, GaussDB (DWS) stores data in a highly structured manner. This structure allows you to build data consistency rules directly into database tables. In addition, GaussDB (DWS) is highly compatible with the syntax of standard SQL statements and traditional transaction-supported databases.

GaussDB (DWS) is preferred when you want to perform high-performance complex queries on a large amount of structured data.

Hope this helps!

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olive.zhao
olive.zhao Admin Created Jul 29, 2022 12:25:34

Hello, friend!

MRS works better with big data processing frameworks such as Apache Spark, Hadoop, and HBase to process and analyze ultra-large data sets through customized code. It allows you to control the cluster configuration and the software installed in the cluster.

GaussDB (DWS) can better handle complex queries of large amounts of structured data. It is about bringing together data from different sources, such as inventory, financial and retail systems. To ensure the consistency and accuracy of enterprise reports, GaussDB (DWS) stores data in a highly structured manner. This structure allows you to build data consistency rules directly into database tables. In addition, GaussDB (DWS) is highly compatible with the syntax of standard SQL statements and traditional transaction-supported databases.

GaussDB (DWS) is preferred when you want to perform high-performance complex queries on a large amount of structured data.

Hope this helps!

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