Towards Cost-Effective Storage Provisioning for DBMSs

Data center operators face a bewildering set of choices when considering how to provision resources on machines with complex I/O subsystems. Modern I/O subsystems often have a rich mix of fast, high performing, but expensive SSDs sitting alongside with cheaper but relatively slower (for random accesses) traditional hard disk drives. The data center operators need to determine how to provision the I/O resources for specific workloads so as to abide by existing Service Level Agreements (SLAs), while minimizing the Total Operating Cost (TOC) of running the workload, where the TOC includes the amortized hardware costs and the run time energy costs.

Provided by: VLD Digital Topic: Data Centers Date Added: Aug 2012 Format: PDF

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