Runtime Optimization of Continuous Queries

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Runtime Optimization of Continuous Queries
In data stream processing systems, Quality of Service (or QoS) requirements, as specified by users, are extremely important. Unlike in a database management system (DBMS), a query in a data stream management system (DSMS) cannot be optimized once and executed. It has been shown that different scheduling strategies are useful in trading tuple latency requirements with memory and throughput requirements. In addition, DSMSs may experience significant fluctuations in input rates. In order to meet the QoS requirements of data stream processing, a runtime optimizer equipped with several scheduling and load shedding strategies is critical. This entails monitoring of QoS measures at run-time to dynamically modify the processing of the queries at runtime to meet the QoS requirements. This paper addresses runtime optimization issues for MavStream, a data stream management system (DSMS). The runtime optimizer presented in this paper matches the output (latency, memory, and throughput) of a conti...
Balakumar Kendai, Sharma Chakravarthy
Added 29 Oct 2010
Updated 29 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Authors Balakumar Kendai, Sharma Chakravarthy
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