Druid employs segment-level distribution meaning that more nodes can be added and rebalanced without having to perform a staged swap.

ParAccel’s hash-based distribution generally means that replication is conducted via hot spares. This puts a numerical limit on the number of nodes you can lose without losing data, and this replication strategy often does not allow the hot spare to help share query load.

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