Sqrrl Blog

Nov 19, 2012 3:47:30 PM

Register for Accumulo Workshops

sqrrl is excited to deliver Accumulo training sessions in partnership with UMBC. We are offering workshops for Managers, Developers, and Administrators. Registration is now open for sessions in December, so sign up today!

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Nov 17, 2012 9:13:00 PM

sqrrl Sponsors 1st Hack / Reduce Hackathon

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Nov 9, 2012 4:25:21 PM

sqrrl and UMBC Announce Training Partnership for Accumulo

This week sqrrl and UMBC announced that sqrrl-developed Accumulo training classes will be available beginning in December at UMBC’s training facility in Maryland. Classes will include a half day managers session, a 2 day administrators workshop, and a 3 day developers workshop.

Read the press release here:

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Nov 7, 2012 8:05:46 AM

Boston preps big kickoff for Big Data hub

Hack/reduce will launch its cool new work space near Cambridge’s Kendall Square on Thursday. The goal of the effort is to bring together the best big data people from private and public sectors and academia to train up the next generation of data scientists…

…The facility can accommodate 150 dedicated hackers and is fielding 50 applications per week for spots. The first residents are Sqrrl, a big data startup launched by former National Security Agency technologists. “These 7 young men out of NSA spent 5 years building a big data store in Washington and now we have it in Boston,” said Lynch, who co-founded Vertica.

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Nov 6, 2012 3:07:00 PM

Breaking Through Big Data Barriers with Cell-Level Security

sqrrl enables organizations to securely leverage all of their data and build powerful real-time Big Data applications using Apache Accumulo. These applications are applicable to a wide range of industries, including finance, healthcare, energy, consumer Internet, and government. Solutions in these industries demand fine-grained access controls that promote data integration and sharing without impacting performance or analytic adaptability.

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