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1. 2. Scientific data management at the Johns Hopkins institute for data intensive engineering and science Yanif Ahmad, Randal Burns, Michael Kazhdan, Charles Meneveau, Alex Szalay, Andreas Terzis, February 2011 SIGMOD Record , Volume 39 Issue 3 , http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1942776.1942782&coll=DL&dl=ACM&CFID
http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1942776.1942782&coll=DL&dl=ACM&CFI Migrating a (large) science database to the cloud Ani Thakar, Alex Szalay, June 2010 HPDC '10: Proceedings of the 19th ACM International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing , http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1851539&bnc=1 Farkas CSCE 824 Spring 2011 2 Reading
3. Farkas M. Stonebaker, U. Cetintemel, One Size Fits All": An Idea Whose Time Has Come and Gone, in Proceeding of CDE '05 Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Data Engineering, IEEE Computer Society Washington, DC, USA, 2005, http://www.computer.org/portal/web/csdl/abs/proceedings/icde/2005/2 CSCE 824 Spring 2011 3 Traditional Database Traditional Database Management Systems Farkas Focus on business data management
Provide uniform capabilities regardless of the data characteristics
Need: capabilities to meet new application requirements CSCE 824 Spring 2011 4 Examples of New Needs
Examples of New Needs Farkas Stream Data Processing
Large scale scientific databases
Data warehousing CSCE 824 Spring 2011 5 Streaming Data
Streaming Data Farkas Sensorbased applications
– Realtime systems: sophisticated alerting, location
based services, – Historical data
– Support applications, such as electronic trading, legal compliance, realtime marker analysis, etc.
Performance requirements CSCE 824 Spring 2011 6 Performance SDMS vs. RDMS
Performance SDMS vs. RDMS Empirical results (see reference paper #3)
Inbound processing model Correct primitives for stream processing (aggregates, “timeout,” “slack”)
– Seamless integration of DBMS processing with application processing (clientserver vs. embedded applications)
– Transactional behavior (weaker notion of recovery, tolerance, no ACID requirements)
– Farkas CSCE 824 Spring 2011 7 Security for Streaming Data?
Security for Streaming Data? What is the difference between the security needs of streaming vs. traditional (e.g., relational) data?
How to enforce security?
– Security punctuation Farkas CSCE 824 Spring 2011 8 Scientific Databases
Scientific Databases Massive amount of data
Heterogeneous data – Sensor data, satellite, scientific simulation data, etc. Goal: better understanding of physical phenomena – Genomic database, geological exploration, astronomy, etc. Farkas CSCE 824 Spring 2011 9 Scientific Databases
Scientific Databases Need efficient analysis and querying capabilities
– Multidimensional indexing (e.g., genomic sequence indexing)
– Specific applications (e.g., visualization of seismic data)
– Specific aggregations (e.g., data mining for biological correlation)
– Efficient data archiving, staging, lineage, and error propagation techniques Farkas CSCE 824 Spring 2011 10 Example Scientific Data Example Scientific Data Management Reference #1
Basic research: 1.
4. Farkas formation of hypotheses and theories
designing experiments for their validation
collecting data by experimentation
analyzing data to guide new insights for further research CSCE 824 Spring 2011 11 Scientific Computing
Scientific Computing Steps 3 and 4 are data intensive
Need to improve computational power
– Farkas Parallel processing
Grid and supercomputers
Special application logic Preservation of scientific data CSCE 824 Spring 2011 12 Current Technologies and Scientific Current Technologies and Scientific Databases Farkas Reference #2: How to migrate large scale scientific database to cloud environment?
Difficult engineering process
Limited capabilities of database user
Based on commercial cloud
CSCE 824 Spring 2011 13 Data Warehousing
Data Warehousing Repository of data providing organized and cleaned enterprisewide data (obtained form a variety of sources) in a standardized format
– Farkas Data mart (single subject area)
Enterprise data warehouse (integrated data marts)
Metadata CSCE 824 Spring 2011 14 Data Warehousing
Data Warehousing Farkas Difference between OLTP and OLAP
Data management: updates, indexing, dependencies, etc.
OLAP: needs Read Optimized storage CSCE 824 Spring 2011 15 Next Class
Geographical Databases Farkas
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