Big Data Management: What to Keep from the Past to Face Future Challenges?

Abstract : The emergence of new hardware architectures, and the continuous production of data open new challenges for data management. It is no longer pertinent to reason with respect to a predefined set of resources (i.e., com- puting, storage and main memory). Instead, it is necessary to design data processing algorithms and processes considering unlimited resources via the ‘‘pay-as-you-go’’ model. According to this model, resources provision must consider the economic cost of the processes versus the use and parallel exploitation of available computing resources. In consequence, new methodologies, algorithms and tools for querying, deploying and programming data manage- ment functions have to be provided in scalable and elastic architectures that can cope with the characteristics of Big Data aware systems (intelligent systems, decision making, virtual environments, smart cities, drug personalization). These functions, must respect QoS properties (e.g., secu- rity, reliability, fault tolerance, dynamic evolution and adaptability) and behavior properties (e.g., transactional execution) according to application requirements. Mature and novel system architectures propose models and mechanisms for adding these properties to new efficient data management and processing functions delivered as services. This paper gives an overview of the different architectures in which efficient data management functions can be delivered for addressing Big Data processing challenges.
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Data Science and Engineering, 2017, Data Science and Engineering, 25, pp.38 - 38. 〈10.1007/s41019-017-0043-3〉
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Genoveva Vargas-Solar, J Zechinelli-Martini, J Espinosa-Oviedo. Big Data Management: What to Keep from the Past to Face Future Challenges?. Data Science and Engineering, 2017, Data Science and Engineering, 25, pp.38 - 38. 〈10.1007/s41019-017-0043-3〉. 〈hal-01583807〉

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