Download PDF by Sherif Sakr: Big Data 2.0 Processing Systems: A Survey

By Sherif Sakr

This booklet offers readers the “big photo” and a entire survey of the area of massive facts processing platforms. For the prior decade, the Hadoop framework has ruled the realm of massive information processing, but lately academia and have began to realize its boundaries in different software domain names and massive information processing eventualities comparable to the large-scale processing of established facts, graph information and streaming info. therefore, it's now progressively being changed through a suite of engines which are devoted to particular verticals (e.g. established facts, graph facts, and streaming data). The booklet explores this new wave of platforms, which it refers to as monstrous info 2.0 processing systems.

After bankruptcy 1 provides the final history of the large facts phenomena, bankruptcy 2 offers an outline of assorted general-purpose sizeable facts processing platforms that let their clients to enhance numerous enormous information processing jobs for various software domain names. In flip, bankruptcy three examines numerous structures which have been brought to aid the SQL style on best of the Hadoop infrastructure and supply competing and scalable functionality within the processing of large-scale based facts. bankruptcy four discusses a number of platforms which have been designed to take on the matter of large-scale graph processing, whereas the focus of bankruptcy five is on numerous structures which were designed to supply scalable ideas for processing huge information streams, and on different units of structures which were brought to aid the improvement of information pipelines among numerous varieties of vast information processing jobs and platforms. finally, bankruptcy 6 stocks conclusions and an outlook on destiny study challenges.

Overall, the publication deals a priceless reference consultant for college students, researchers and pros within the area of massive facts processing structures. additional, its accomplished content material will expectantly motivate readers to pursue extra examine at the subject.

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For programmers, a key appealing feature in the MapReduce framework is that there are only two main high-level declarative primitives (Map and Reduce) which can be written in any programming language of choice and without worrying about the details of their parallel execution. On the other hand, the MapReduce programming model has its own limitations such as: • Its one-input data format (key-value pairs) and two-stage dataflow are extremely rigid. , joins or n stages) would require the need to devise inelegant workarounds.

It treats user-defined functions (UDFs) as first-class citizens and relies on a query optimizer that automatically parallelizes and optimizes Big Data processing jobs. Stratosphere offers both pipeline (interoperator) and data (intraoperator) parallelism. In particular, Stratosphere relies on the Parallelization Contracts (PACTs) programming model [53, 54] which represents a generalization of Map/Reduce as it is based on a key-value data model and the concept of PACTs. A PACT consists of exactly one second-order function called an Input Contract and an optional Output Contract.

For example, the First action returns the first element in an RDD, the Count action returns the number of elements in an RDD, and the Reduce action combines the elements on an RDD according to an aggregate function. RDDs achieve fault tolerance through a notion of lineage so that a resilient distributed dataset can be rebuilt if a partition is lost [44]. In other words, instead of relying on schemes for persisting or checkpointing intermediate results, Spark remembers the sequence of operations that led to a certain dataset.

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