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The upcoming Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) 2.3 includes significant additions to Accumulo, within the project itself and in its interactions with the larger Hadoop ecosystem.This session will cover high-level changes that improve usability, management and security of Accumulo. Administrators of Accumulo now have the ability to deploy, manage and dynamically configure Accumulo clusters using Apache Ambari. As a part of Ambari integration, the metrics system in Accumulo has been updated to use the standard “Hadoop Metrics2” metrics subsystem which provides native Ganglia and Graphite support as well as supporting the new Ambari Metrics System. On the security front,Accumulo was also improved to support client authentication via Kerberos, while earlier versions of Accumulo only supported Kerberos authentication for server processes.With these changes,Accumulo clients can authenticate solely using their Kerberos identity across the entire Hadoop cluster without the need to manage passwords.
Senior Member of Technical Staff,
Billie Rinaldi is a Senior Member of Technical Staff at Hortonworks, Inc., currently prototyping new features related to application monitoring and deployment in the Apache Hadoop ecosystem. Prior to August 2012, Billie engaged in big data science and research at the National Security Agency. Since 2008, she has been providing technical leadership regarding the software that is now Apache Accumulo. Billie is the VP of Apache Accumulo, the Accumulo Project Management Committee Chair, and a member of the Apache Software Foundation. She holds a Ph.D. in applied mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Member of Technical Staff,
Josh is a member of the engineering staff at Hortonworks. He is strong advocate for open source software and is an Apache Accumulo committer and PMC member. He is also a committer and PMC member of Apache Slider (incubating) and regularly contributes to other Apache projects in the Apache Hadoop ecosystem. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.