IJCATR Volume 6 Issue 12

Integration of Database Management System with Cloud

Sushma V
10.7753/IJCATR0612.1009
keywords : SQL (Structured Query Language), RDBMS (Relational Database Management System), BigData, IaaS(Infrastructure as a service), PaaS(Platform as a service component)

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In recent years, outsourcing the database has become an important component of cloud computing. Due to the continuous advancements in a network technology, the cost required to transmit a terabyte of data over long distances as decreased significantly in the past decade. In addition, the total cost of data management is five to ten times higher than the initial acquisition cost. As a result, there is a growing interest in outsourcing database management tasks to third parties that can provide these tasks for much lower cost due to the economy of scale. This new outsourcing model has the benefits of reducing the cost for running Database Management System (DBMS) independently.
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Title = "Integration of Database Management System with Cloud",
Journal ="International Journal of Computer Applications Technology and Research(IJCATR)",
Volume = "6",
Issue ="12",
Pages ="467 - 518",
Year = "2017",
Authors ="Sushma V"}
  • The storage and/or DBMS resources used by a customer can be contained within a single storage area network (SAN), and that the customer’s application performance in the cloud can likely match that of a standard data centre that uses virtualization
  • It provides efficient data access with a better distribution of values for some data
  • New outsourcing model has the benefits of reducing the cost for running Database Management System (DBMS) independently
  • Stores frequently used SQL statements in memory, avoiding the need for time-consuming recompilation at run-time.