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HBase 0.98 Introduces Cell-based Security

by Rags Srinivas on  Mar 21, 2014

Apache released HBase 0.98 primarily addressing convergence with Apache Accumulo via cell-based security while resolving over 230 JIRA issues. These new security features are modeled after Accumulo.

Cassandra Gains Momentum On Enterprise Adoption Around 2.1 Release

by Alex Giamas on  Mar 05, 2014

Cassandra is rapidly heading towards 2.1 release, with 2.1.0-beta1 already available for evaluation. We take a look at major features introduced in the latest major release and what's coming up. Supported by DataStax, Cassandra is expanding its reach towards the enterprise world. DataStax recently announced a partner network program, Patrick McFadin called out on MongoDB's scaling issues and other

SQL Makes a Comeback through NewSQL

by Abel Avram on  Nov 08, 2013 1

New database developments indicate a return to SQL, but not by running the traditional relational stores on bigger and better hardware, not even on sharded architectures, but through NewSQL solutions.

DataStax Brings Enterprise Security To Cassandra, Hadoop, Solr

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Mar 18, 2013

Datastax Enterprise 3.0 was announced last month with several Enterprise security features for a cluster using Cassandra, Hadoop and Solr. InfoQ caught up with Robin Schumacher, VP of Products at DataStax to learn more.

Phoenix: Running SQL Queries on Apache HBase [Updated]

by Abel Avram on  Jan 31, 2013

Salesforce.com has open sourced Phoenix, a Java layer enabling developers to run SQL queries on Apache HBase. Update: An interview on Phoenix with James Taylor, Lead Developer at Salesforce.com, has been appended.

Simba Technologies is bringing the power of SQL to Cassandra, Hadoop, BigQuery, and MongoDB

by Jonathan Allen on  Jan 25, 2013 1

At its heart, SQL is a domain specific language designed to allow non-professional programmers to query databases and write ad hock reports. When a company moves from a relational database to a NoSQL offering the need for ad hock reporting doesn’t go away, it just becomes harder. Simba’s ODBC drivers shift the power back into the hands of the users.

Cassandra Gets Atomic Batches, Virtual Nodes, CQL Improvements

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Jan 03, 2013

Cassandra 1.2 was recently released with several improvements such as virtual nodes, atomic batch support, better performance and more.

Cassandra Storage Engine for MariaDB

by Jonathan Allen on  Oct 10, 2012

MariaDB has announced a preview of the Cassandra Storage Engine. This is a plugin that allows MariaDB to access Cassandra clusters using normal SQL syntax.

Precog: Big Data Analytics as a Service

by Abel Avram on  Oct 03, 2012

Precog has recently announced a Big Data warehousing and analysis service which takes care of the data capture, storage, transformation, analysis and visualization process and the infrastructure on which it runs, but leaving open various access points throughout the service via RESTful APIs enabling developers and data scientists to control the entire process.

Apache HBase on Amazon EMR

by Boris Lublinsky on  Jun 15, 2012 1

The release of Apache HBase on Amazon EMR both increases the reach of EMR by adding to it a significant new piece of technology and makes it easier to use HBase by automating many set up and maintenance activities.

Apache Hadoop 1.0.0 Supports Kerberos Authentication, Apache HBase and RESTful API to HDFS

by Srini Penchikala on  Jan 13, 2012 2

After six years of gestation, Big data framework Apache Hadoop 1.0.0 was recently released. Core features in the release include Kerberos Authentication, support for Apache HBase and RESTful API to HDFS. InfoQ spoke with Arun Murthy, VP of Apache Hadoop, about the new release.

eBay readies next generation search built with Hadoop and HBase

by Ron Bodkin on  Nov 13, 2011 2

eBay presented a keynote at Hadoop World, describing the architecture of its completely rebuilt search engine, Cassini, slated to go live in 2012. It indexes all the content and user metadata to produce better rankings and refreshes indexes hourly. It is built using Hadoop for hourly index updates and HBase to provide random access to item information.

Cassandra 1.0.0. Is Ready for the Enterprise

by Abel Avram on  Oct 21, 2011

Apache has announced the release of Cassandra 1.0.0, the first major milestone of the distributed column-based data store coming with data compression and several performance improvements and optimizations.

Usergrid: a New Open Source Platform for Mobile and Rich Client Applications

by Jean-Jacques Dubray on  Oct 15, 2011

Last week, Ed Anuff, founder of Usergrid, announced the first source code release available on GitHub. Usergrid is a comprehensive platform stack for mobile and rich client applications. It can be deployed as a highly scalable Cloud service, it is built in Java and runs on top of Cassandra.

CassandraSF2011: Progress and Futures

by Ron Bodkin on  Jul 18, 2011

Johnathan Ellis keynoted at Cassandra SF 2011. Ellis reviewed accomplishments including better support for multi-data center deployments, optimized read performance, included integrated caching and improved client APIs including a SQL-like language CQL. Looking forward, Ellis emphasized polish - efficient database repair, storage compression, optimized performance and an expanded CQL language.

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