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Apache Accumulo

Apache Accumulo

By Apache Corporation
  • #33 Software in Databases
  • Apache Accumulo market share is 0.44% with more than 875 companies using this software
  • Datanyze helps you reach more than 2,576,185 contacts that are using Apache Accumulo , including U.S. Department of Defense IBM AT&T

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    ABOUT APACHE ACCUMULO

    Apache Accumulo is a key/value store based on the design of Google's BigTable. Accumulo stores its data in Apache Hadoop's HDFS and uses Apache Zookeeper for consensus. While many users interact directly with Accumulo, several open source projects use Accumulo as their underlying store.

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    Top Competitors Websites Market Share Vendor
    32,539
    16.33%
    26,719
    13.41%
    22,906
    11.50%
    15,110
    7.58%
    11,392
    5.72%
    10,317
    5.18%
    8,862
    4.45%
    5,417
    2.72%
    4,338
    2.18%
    4,148
    2.08%
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    What is Apache Accumulo and what is used for?

    Apache Accumulo is a key/value store based on the design of Google's BigTable. Accumulo stores its data in Apache Hadoop's HDFS and uses Apache Zookeeper for consensus. While many users interact directly with Accumulo, several open source projects use Accumulo as their underlying store.

    Which software are similar or alternative to Apache Accumulo

    Microsoft SQL Server is one of the most well-known alternatives to Apache Accumulo

    Who uses Apache Accumulo?

    875 companies reportedly use Apache Accumulo in their tech stacks, including U.S. Department of Defense, IBM, AT&T