Here Are My Data Files. Here Are My Queries. Where Are My Results?

DataBase Management Systems (DBMS) provide incredible flexibility and performance when it comes to query processing, scalability and accuracy. To fully exploit DBMS features, however, the user must define a schema, load the data, tune the system for the expected workload, and answer several questions. Should the database use a column-store, a row-store or some hybrid format? What indices should be created? All these questions make for a formidable and time-consuming hurdle, often deterring new applications or imposing high cost to existing ones.

Provided by: Carnegie Mellon University Topic: Data Management Date Added: Jan 2011 Format: PDF

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