A data replication strategy for document-oriented NoSQL systems
by Khaoula Tabet; Riad Mokadem; Mohamed Ridda Laouar
International Journal of Grid and Utility Computing (IJGUC), Vol. 10, No. 1, 2019

Abstract: Cloud providers aim to maximise their profits while satisfying tenant requirements, e.g., performance. The relational database management systems face many obstacles in achieving this goal. Therefore, the use of NoSQL databases becomes necessary when dealing with heterogeneous workloads and voluminous data. In this context, we propose a new data replication strategy that balances the workload of nodes and dynamically adjusts the number of replicas while the provider profit is taken into account. Result analysis shows that the proposed strategy reduces the resource consumption, which improves the provider profit while satisfying the tenant performance requirement.

Online publication date: Mon, 24-Dec-2018

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