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Oracle database filesystem

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Oracle database filesystem
Modern enterprise, web, and multimedia applications are generating unstructured content at unforeseen volumes in the form of documents, texts, and media files. Such content is generally associated with relational data such as user names, location tags, and timestamps. Storage of unstructured content in a relational database would guarantee the same robustness, transactional consistency, data integrity, data recoverability and other data management features consolidated across files and relational contents. Although database systems are preferred for relational data management, poor performance of unstructured data storage, limited data transformation functionalities, and lack of interfaces based on filesystem standards may keep more than eighty five percent of non-relational unstructured content out of databases in the coming decades. We introduce Oracle Database Filesystem (DBFS) as a consolidated solution that unifies state-of-the-art network filesystem features with relational data...
Krishna Kunchithapadam, Wei Zhang, Amit Ganesh, Ni
Added 17 Sep 2011
Updated 17 Sep 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where SIGMOD
Authors Krishna Kunchithapadam, Wei Zhang, Amit Ganesh, Niloy Mukherjee
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