Aaron Elmore

Pythia: Characterizing Tenant Behavior for Placement and Crisis Mitigation in Multitenant DBMSs

Cloud application platforms and large organizations face the challenge of managing, storing, and serving data for large numbers of applications with small data footprints.

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Squall: Fine-Grained Live Reconfiguration for Partitioned Main Memory Databases

The need for scalable main-memory DBMSs for OLTP (Online Transactional Processing) workloads is motivated by decreasing memory costs and an increasing demand for high-throughput transaction processing

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Dynamic Clouds

As more services become dependent on cloud computing infrastructures, the need arises for applications to be hosted across multiple clouds.
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Transactional Data Stores in the Cloud

Cloud computing has emerged as a powerful paradigm for hosting Internet scale applications in large computing infrastructures.

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Multitenant Database Systems for Cloud Platforms

The success of cloud computing as a platform for deploying web-applications has led to a deluge of applications characterized by small data footprints but unpredictable access patterns. An autonomic and scalable multitenant database management system (DBMS) is therefore an important component of the software stack for platforms supporting these applications.

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