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BACM-ANNOUNCE  March 2012, Week 1

BACM-ANNOUNCE March 2012, Week 1

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Cloud Computing "Accumulo" Presentation, March 29 at Morgan State

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Emil Volcheck <[log in to unmask]>

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The Baltimore ACM Chapter invites you to attend the following lecture

"Apache Accumulo: Extensions to Google's Bigtable Design"

When: 5:00 pm, Thursday, March 29
Where: Murphy Fine Arts Hall, Morgan State University

Speaker: Adam Fuchs, National Security Agency

Abstract:

Keeping up with new mission needs requires a highly adaptive
infrastructure to support hundreds of distinct analysis applications
and data, while supporting rapid, decentralized development of new
applications and new data types. In support of these requirements the
NSA Computer and Information Sciences Research Group is using open
source data cloud computing components, as well as contributing back
one of its own.

Apache Accumulo is a flexible, high performance distributed key/value
store based on the published Google Bigtable design and built on top
of Apache Hadoop. NSA has been developing Accumulo since 2008 and
released the source code in 2011. This talk will discuss the
motivations behind NSA's efforts as well as key design and performance
features of Accumulo, including cell-level access labels and
iterators.

Cell-level labels provide expressive, fine-grained control over access
to data stored in Accumulo, which is essential in a national security
setting and may also be useful for organizations who face legal,
regulatory, or other data handling restrictions. Iterators are a
server-side programming mechanism that can modify key/value pairs at
various points in the data management process. They enable new design
patterns such as arbitrary aggregation and document-partitioned
indexing in Accumulo.

Admission is free and open to the public.

The talk will be preceded by refreshments and pizza at 4:30 pm.

RSVP: If you would like to attend, please email Glenn Speights at
[log in to unmask] and indicate whether you'll join us for
refreshments or just the lecture.

Parking and Directions:

The Murphy Fine Arts Center (MFAC) is located on the campus of Morgan
State University in Northeast Baltimore on Argonne Dr. between Hillen
Rd. and Harford Rd.

Address: 2201 Argonne Drive, Baltimore, Maryland 21251

Parking is free in the Y lot.

Access the Y lot from Argonne Drive: Turn onto McCallum Drive. Travel
straight through 1st STOP sign, to reach the rear of the Murphy Fine
Arts Center. Bear to right at 2nd STOP sign. See parking lot entrance
on left.

For more information please visit

http://www.murphyfineartscenter.org/pages/about_MFAC/Directions.asp

Thank you for your attention,

The BACM Executive Committee

Craig Holcomb, Chair
Bill Edelstein, Vice Chair
Glenn Speights, Secretary
Jason Pyeron, Treasurer


-- 
Emil Volcheck
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http://EmilVolcheck.com/

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