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We took this material from a description of
the Hbase Data Model, which says :-
"In HBase, data is stored in tables, which have rows and columns.
This is a terminology overlap with relational databases (RDBMSs), but this is not a helpful analogy. (My italics)
Instead, it can be helpful to think of an HBase table as a multi-dimensional map."
You can compare this Data Model with our Blogs Data Model.
It takes a Blog as a "Real Life example" and describes it in the following terms :-
"A good example on how to demonstrate the HBase data model is a blog because of its simple features and domain. Suppose the following mini-SRS:
The blog entries, which consist of a title, an under title, a date, an author, a type (or tag), a text, and comments, can be created and updated by logged in users.
The users, which consist of a username, a password, and a name, can log in and log out.
The comments, which consist of a title, an author, and text, can be written anonymously by visitors as long as their identity is verified by a captcha."
June 20th. 2013
Database Answers Ltd.