July 6, 2009

Yahoo is up to 10 petabytes now?

According to somebody (I forget who) who attended Yahoo’s SIGMOD presentation last week, the big Yahoo database is now up to 10 petabytes in size, in line with Yahoo’s predictions last year.  Apparently, Yahoo also gave more details of how the technology works.

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5 Responses to “Yahoo is up to 10 petabytes now?”

  1. Yahoo is up to 10 petabytes now? « My Site! on July 6th, 2009 2:22 am

    [...] Read the original post: Yahoo is up to 10 petabytes now? [...]

  2. dave on July 6th, 2009 10:00 am

    i was there but missed that particular presentation – but it should be on the usb keyfob with presentations (will let you know if i can find it)

  3. Oracle gives a few customer database size examples | DBMS2 -- DataBase Management System Services on September 19th, 2009 8:40 pm

    [...] The Yahoo database is of course Yahoo’s first-generation data warehouse, which has been largely superseded by an internal system more than 10X that size. [...]

  4. Ramal on September 29th, 2009 9:43 am

    According to me,,,

    Yahoo and Google both are brothers. The thing is that one is younger and another is elder,,,,

    And, I am also last younger brother of both. They said me that they have around 1.1 MB size database and they are using RDB ( Rampal Database ).

    It appreciate if all can start use RDB database. Actually, that database created by my brother Yahoo ! and Google and they live it by my name,,,

    Have a fun ,,,,, Guys,,,,,

    Finally, the thing is proved that database size is 10 MB.

    Great going Jack good working,,,,

  5. Yahoo wants to do decapetabyte-scale data warehousing in Hadoop | DBMS2 -- DataBase Management System Services on October 5th, 2009 8:08 am

    [...] Yahoo is moving as much of its analytics to Hadoop as possible. Much of this is being moved away from Oracle and from Yahoo’s own Everest. [...]

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