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HADOOP - What is the difference between HDFS and NAS ?

asked SRVMTrainings November 8, 2012 04:09 AM  

What is the difference between HDFS and NAS ?


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In computer terminology NAS means Network Attached Storage, and is the name for a computer system that provides data storage services to other computers on a network.

A NAS is a device set up on a network whose purpose is to store files. Other computers on the network — client machines — connect to the NAS over that network and use its resources to store and retrieve their data.

But HDFS..........refer other answers regarding HDFS.

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