|Assessment of Data Management Systems|In addition to the classic application in business and administration, data-storage systems are increasingly gaining acceptance in other scenarios, namely in Web applications and in mobile apps. Next to the established relational database systems, data-storage systems with alternative, often simplified data models are used. These systems, which are coined "NoSQL" systems, are mostly created in isolation. They offer much less functionality, but are more scalable instead and show higher availablity than relational database systems.
The project deals with the assessment and subsumption of non-relational systems. The classification derived from that is to help users in the decision on such a system.
Benchmarks are useful in the assessment of system properties. The project will therefore analyse existing benchmarks and extend them as required.
Prof. i. R. Dr. Klaus Meyer-Wegener
Dipl.-Inf. Julian Rith
Assessment, Data Management, NoSQL
|Rith, Julian ; Lehmayr, Philipp S. ; Meyer-Wegener, Klaus: Speaking in Tongues: SQL Access to NoSQL Systems (Poster). In: Sun, Junping ; Haraty, Ramzi A. ; Papadopoulos, Apostolos (Ed.) : Proc. 29th ACM Symp. on Applied Computing (SAC) (Database Theory, Technology and Applications (DTTA) Track Gyeongju, Korea March 24-28, 2014). 2014, pp 855-857. |