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Accumulo: Why the World Needs Another NoSQL Database

Why Accumulo? Except the quick review I’ve posted last year and recent Senate discussions about it, I haven’t heard much about Accumulo.

Jeff Kelly’s post over SiliconAngle looks into some of Accumulo’s prominent features and also introduces Sqrrl a company created to commercialize Accumulo for the enterprise world1.

The combination of consistency at scale, fast read/writes and cell-level security makes Accumulo an intriguing entrant to the NoSQL community.


  1. Accumulo is open source Apache licensed. 

Original title and link: Accumulo: Why the World Needs Another NoSQL Database (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://siliconangle.com/blog/2012/08/20/accumulo-why-the-world-needs-another-nosql-database/