[FoRK] Specific System Architecture
Gregory Alan Bolcer
greg at bolcer.org
Mon Jun 10 08:38:16 PDT 2013
Accumulo's only advantage over other bigtable implementations, ie. OTS
Hadoop/Hbase is that it provides column level data partitioning and
I don't see how building that into the technology is an advantage. You
need something like a physically secure omniscient jedi archive, some
clever dynamic metadata tagging, but then you do the real RBAC at the
proxy level (patent pending, thank you very much).
On 6/10/2013 7:42 AM, Frank Bergman (fraber) wrote:
>> Any thoughts on the specific system architecture to
>> implement what's described here?
> - The PRISM tuple-store ...
> - ... still provides some challenges...
> - ... in the Bluffdale datacenter.
> 1M square feed apparently hold a Yottabyte of data.
> You don't need that amount unless you want to store
> all data.
> Anybody wonders why European and other "Rest of the
> World" businesses are "lagging" in public cloud
> http://www.twitter.com/projop ... still :-)
> http://www.facebook.com/projectopen.org ... deprecated
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