The Apache Accumulo community is happy to promote and encourage use of Accumulo in ways that are novel and reusable by other users within the community. As such, we’re happy to curate a list of projects related to Accumulo to give them visibility to a larger audience. The following list is provided without endorsement.
Open source projects using Accumulo
Fluo builds on Accumulo and enables low latency, continuous incremental processing of big data.
Hive data warehouse software facilitates reading, writing, and managing large datasets residing in distributed storage using SQL. Hive has the ability to read and write data in Accumulo using the AccumuloStorageHandler.
Pig is a platform for analyzing large data sets that consists of a high-level language for expressing data analysis programs, coupled with infrastructure for evaluating these programs. Pig has the ability to read and write data in Accumulo using AccumuloStorage.
Rya is a scalable RDF triple store built on top of a columnar index store.
D4M is an open source library for large-scale computation that supports graph, matrix, and relational processing. D4M includes an Accumulo connector, among others, to interface with and compute on data in Accumulo tables.
Gaffer is an open source framework for constructing and querying very large graphs based on a variety of data storage platforms, including Accumulo.
Geomesa is an open-source, distributed, spatio-temporal database built on a number of distributed cloud data storage systems, including Accumulo, HBase, Cassandra, and Kafka.
Geowave is a library for storage, index, and search of multi-dimensional data on top of a sorted key-value datastore.
Graphulo is a Java library for Apache Accumulo which delivers server-side sparse matrix math primitives that enable higher-level graph algorithms and analytics.
Presto is an open source distributed SQL query engine for running interactive analytic queries against data sources of all sizes, ranging from gigabytes to petabytes. Through the use of the new Accumulo connector for Presto, users are able to execute traditional SQL queries against new and existing tables in Accumulo. For more information, see the Accumulo Connector documentation.
Sharkbite is a native Key/Value client that supports direct Accumulo access without the need for a proxy.
Timely is a secure time series database based on Accumulo and Grafana.
Uno and Muchos
Wikisearch is a rough example of generalized secondary indexing, both ingest and search, built on top of Apache Accumulo. This write contains more information on the project as well as some general performance numbers of the project.
Node.js, RabbitMQ, and Accumulo
A simple example using Node.js to interact with Accumulo using RabbitMQ .
ProxyInstance is a Java Instance implementation of the Accumulo Instance interface that communicates with an Accumulo cluster via Accumulo’s Apache Thrift proxy server. Documentation and code are available.
Github also contains many projects that use/reference Accumulo in some way, shape or form.