Developing Data-driven Applications with Apache Accumulo
Duration: 3 Days
Apache Accumulo is a Google BigTable-inspired datastore built around highly distributed key/value stores. As a part of the Hadoop ecosystem, it targets tera-scale and peta-scale datasets while maintaining redundancy, throughput, and high availability. Accumulo allows for cell-level access control as well as server-side functions for filtering and aggregation, sharing, and a pluggable balancing mechanism.
This course is delivered as a 3-day, 6 evening, or 9 evening course either virtually or onsite.
Topics Covered In This Course
Review of MapReduce with Hadoop
Overview of Accumulo
Implementing Table Constraints
Attendees must have substantial prior experience using Hadoop, and very strong understanding of Java data access techniques.
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