The Mimicking Octopus: Towards a one-size-fits-all Database Architecture

Modern enterprises need to pick the right DBMSs e.g. OLTP, OLAP, streaming systems and scan-oriented systems among others, each tailored to a specific use-case application, for their data managing problems. This makes using specialized solutions for each application costly due to licensing fees, integration overhead and DBA costs. Additionally, it is tedious to integrate these specialized solutions together. Alternatively, enterprises use a single specialized DBMS for all applications and thereby compromise heavily on performance. Further, a particular DBMS (e.g. row store) cannot adapt and change into a different DBMS (e.g. streaming system), as the workload changes, even though much of the code and technology is replicated anyways.

Provided by: VLD Digital Topic: Big Data Date Added: Sep 2010 Format: PDF

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