[ecoop-info] Call for papers:Novel Data Management for High Scalability.
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Tue Nov 23 10:16:24 CET 2010
pls find below the call for papers for the NDM 2011 workshops.
Roberto V. Zicari
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
EDBT/ICDT 2011 Workshop.
"Novel Data Management for High Scalability." (NDM 2011)
Date: March 25, 2010
Duration: 1 Day.
Location: UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, Department of Information
Link to EDBT 2011: http://edbticdt2011.it.uu.se/
- Prof. Divy Agrawal,University of California at Santa Barbara, USA
- Dr. Rick Cattell, Consultant, USA
- Prof. Theo Härder, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany
- Prof. Roberto V. Zicari, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany (Chair)
Call for Workshop Papers
Traditionally, the obvious platform for most database
applications has been a relational DBMS. With some exceptions:
for example, specialized parallel relational DBMS are used when
high throughput for "data warehousing" are required, or object
database systems are used when applications have unusual
functionality or performance requirements, e.g. for in-memory
caching or fast relationship traversal. However, an RDBMS like
Oracle or MySQL has usually been the answer. This has changed
somewhat recently. There is now recognition in database research
that "one size does not fit all".
There has been recently a proliferation of such "new data
stores", such as Key-Value Stores, Document Stores, and
Extensible Record Stores.
In the Web 2.0 industry, many companies have abandoned
traditional RDBMSs for so-called "NoSQL" data stores that provide
much higher scalability, or they have built a distributed caching
layer on top of RDBMSs. More scalable RDBMSs are also coming to market.
How do these systems compare with Relational Databases, and
The new data stores are intentionally designed to scale. more
importantly, these new stores aren't fully ACID, in the
traditional sense of the term.
The workshop seeks novel research and industry contributions in
the areas of:
- Design and implementation of new data stores,
- Comparison of new data stores with Relational Databases, or Object
- Eventual consistency,
- No single points of failure,
- Built-in support for consensus-based decisions,
- Partitioning / replication as basic primitives,
- Database benchmarks,
- Use cases of novel data management for huge volume of data/data
Workshop proceedings publication:
All accepted papers for the workshop will be published in
Submissions should be provided electronically, in PDF using the
Paper submissions must not exceed 8 pages (A4, single space, two
column format with 1" margins using a 10 pt or larger font).
Deadline for paper submission: January 25, 2011
Acceptance Notification: February 20, 2011
Submission of final version: February 27, 2011
Workshops: March 25, 2011
Link to the Workshop Web page:
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