Sciweavers

Share
PVLDB
2010

Peer coordination through distributed triggers

9 years 23 days ago
Peer coordination through distributed triggers
This is a demonstration of data coordination in a peer data management system through the employment of distributed triggers. The latter express in a declarative manner individual security and consistency requirements of peers, that cannot be ensured by default in the P2P environment. Peers achieve to handle in a transparent way data changes that come from local and remote actions and events. The distributed triggers are implemented as an extension of the active functionality of a centralized commercial DBMS. The language and execution semantics of distributed triggers are integrated in the kernel of the DBMS such that the latter handles transparently and simultaneously both centralized and distributed triggers. Moreover, the management of distributed triggers is associated with a set of peer acquaintance and termination protocols which are incorporated in the centralized DBMS.
Verena Kantere, Maher Manoubi, Iluju Kiringa, Timo
Added 30 Jan 2011
Updated 30 Jan 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where PVLDB
Authors Verena Kantere, Maher Manoubi, Iluju Kiringa, Timos K. Sellis, John Mylopoulos
Comments (0)
books