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Apache Accumulo for Developers by Guðmundur Jón Halldórsson

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Chapter 1. Building an Accumulo Cluster from Scratch

Apache Accumulo was created in 2008 by National Security Agency (NSA), and contributed to the Apache Foundation in 2011. Accumulo is a sorted, distributed Key-Value store based on Google's BigTable design and high performance data store and retrieval system. Accumulo uses Apache Hadoop HDFS for storage, ZooKeeper for coordination, and Thrift. Apache Thrift software framework is used to define and create services for many languages such as C++, Java, Python, PHP, Ruby, Erlang, Perl, Haskell, C#, and many others. Thrift will not be discussed in this book, but is worth looking at.

There are few prerequisites for deploying Accumulo; the ZooKeeper cluster needs to be up and running and HDFS needs ...

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