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Introduction to the special issue on self‑managing and hardware‑optimized database systems 2022

  • Data management systems have evolved in terms of functionality, performance characteristics, complexity, and variety during the last 40 years. Particularly, the relational database management systems and the big data systems (e.g., Key-Value stores, Document stores, Graph stores and Graph Computation Systems, Spark, MapReduce/Hadoop, or Data Stream Processing Systems) have evolved with novel additions and extensions. However, the systems administration and tasks have become highly complex and expensive, especially given the simultaneous and rapid hardware evolution in processors, memory, storage, or networking. These developments present new open problems and challenges to data management systems as well as new opportunities. The SMDB (International Workshop on Self-Managing Database Systems) and HardBD&Active (Joint International Workshop on Big Data Management on Emerging Hardware and Data Management on Virtualized Active Systems) workshops organized in conjunction with the IEEE ICDE (International Conference on Data Engineering) offered two distinct platforms for examining the above system-related challenges from different perspectives. The SMDB workshop looks into developing autonomic or self-* features in database and data management systems to tackle complex administrative tasks, while the HardBD&Active workshop focuses on harnessing hardware technologies to enhance efficiency and performance of data processing and management tasks. As a result of these workshops, we are delighted to present the third special issue of DAPD titled “Self-Managing and Hardware-Optimized Database Systems 2022,” which showcases the best contributions from the SMDB 2021/2022 and HardBD&Active 2021/2022 workshops.

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Author of HS ReutlingenPetrov, Ilia
Erschienen in:Distributed and parallel databases
Place of publication:Norwell
Document Type:Journal article
Publication year:2023
Page Number:5
First Page:267
Last Page:271
PPN:Im Katalog der Hochschule Reutlingen ansehen
DDC classes:004 Informatik
Open access?:Nein
Licence (German):License Logo  In Copyright - Urheberrechtlich geschützt