Pig versus Hive: Benchmarking high level query languages

Results of benchmarking studies run on small clusters of nodes

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Benjamin Jakobus and Peter McBrien Dr.

Date archived: January 13, 2017 | First published: May 27, 2014

This article presents benchmarking results of two benchmarking sets applied to Hive and Pig, running on Hadoop 0.14.1. In the first benchmarking study, the Apache Pig benchmark (Apache Foundation, 11/07/07) was replicated. In the second study, results were obtained by applying TPC-H benchmarks. (TPC-H is a decision support benchmark published by the Transaction Processing Performance Council, an organization founded to define global database benchmarks). The two studies showed conflicting results.

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