Sqrrl Blog

May 27, 2014 3:00:00 PM

Announcing Apache Accumulo 1.6

This week, the open-source community released Apache Accumulo 1.6. The newest Accumulo release brings with it a whole slew of new features, performance improvements, and bug fixes. Check out the full release notes and read below for a quick recap of some of the themes.

1.6 by the Numbers

Scalability/Performance

  • Multiple Volume Support – Accumulo can now span across distinct instances of HDFS, allowing for greater scalability and performance
  • In-Memory Locality Groups – In-memory partitioning is now locality group aware, which benefits reads and minor compactions

Administrative Flexibility

Development Flexibility

Security

Sqrrl has contributed back to the community a number of the improvements we’ve made to security in Accumulo, including pluggable encryption for write-ahead logspluggable encryption for RFiles, and encryption in motion.

What’s Next

We’re extremely proud to be part of the community building and supporting Apache Accumulo.  Accumulo 1.6 will ship with our next release, Sqrrl Enterprise 1.4.

Stay tuned for more exciting announcements about our 1.4 release, and check out the inaugural Accumulo Summit coming up next month in College Park, MD!

Accumulo Summit

Topics: Accumulo, Blog Post