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    Title: A Distribution Management System for Relational Databases in Cloud Environments
    Authors: 李思堯;Li, Sze-Yao;張春明;Chang, Chun-Ming;蔡淵裕;Tsai, Yuan-Yu;Chen, Seth;Chen, Seth;Tsa, Jonathan;Tsai, Jonathan;Tsa, Wen-Lung;Tsai, Wen-Lung
    Contributors: 資訊多媒體應用學系
    Date: 2013-06
    Issue Date: 2013-07-11 14:19:34 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: For a transaction processing system to operate effectively and efficiently in cloud environments, it is important to distribute huge amount of data while guaranteeing the ACID (atomic, consistent, isolated, and durable) properties. Moreover, database partition and migration tools can help transplanting conventional relational database systems to the cloud environment rather than rebuilding a new system. This paper proposes a database distribution management (DBDM) system, which partitions or replicates the data according to the transaction behaviors of the application system. The principle strategy of DBDM is to keep together the data used in a single transaction, and thus, avoiding massive transmission of records in join operations. The proposed system has been implemented successfully. The preliminary experiments show that the DBDM performs the database partition and migration effectively. Also, the DBDM system is modularly designed to adapt to different database management system (DBMS) or different partition algorithms.
    Relation: Journal of Electronic Science and Technology
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Applied Informatics and Multimedia] Journal Article

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