Database architecture evolution: Mammals flourished long before dinosaurs became extinct
The holy grail for database architecture research is to find a solution that is Scalable & Speedy, to run on anything from small ARM processors up to globally distributed compute clusters, Stable & Secure, to service a broad user community, Small & Simple, to be comprehensible to a small team of programmers, Self-managing, to let it run out-of-the-box without hassle. In this paper, we provide a trip report on this quest, covering both past experiences, ongoing research on hardware-conscious algorithms, and novel ways towards self-management specifically focused on column store solutions.
|ACM||Systems (acm H.2.4)|
|THEME||Information (theme 2)|
|Conference||International Conference on Very Large Databases|
|Note||10-year Best Paper Award for Database Architecture Optimized for the New Bottleneck: Memory Access. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB), pp 54-65, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, September 1999.|
Manegold, S, Kersten, M.L, & Boncz, P.A. (2009). Database architecture evolution: Mammals flourished long before dinosaurs became extinct. VLDB.