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The HDFS Juggernaut (Hadoop Distributed File System)
There's been much focus on MongoDB, Elastic and Redis in terms of data exposure on the Internet due to their general popularity in the developer community. However, in terms of data volume it turns out that HDFS is the real juggernaut. To give you a better idea here's a quick comparison between MongoDB and HDFS:
Number of Servers 47,820 4,487
Data Exposed 25 TB 5,120 TB

Even though there are more MongoDB databases connected to the Internet without authentication in terms of data exposure it is dwarfed by HDFS clusters (25 TB vs 5 PB). Where are all these instances located?
redis  mongodb  security  hadoop 
21 hours ago by Chirael
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