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— With the total energy consumption of computing systems increasing in a steep rate, much attention has been paid to the design of energy-efficient computing systems and applications. So far, database system design has focused on improving performance of query processing. The objective of this study is to experimentally explore the potential of power(More)
—Data centers are well known to consume large amounts of energy. Since database is one of the major applications in a typical data center, building energy-aware database systems has become an active research topic recently. The quantification of the energy cost of database systems is an important task in designing such systems. In this paper, we report our(More)
Cloud applications depend on third party services for features ranging from networked storage to maps. Web-based application programming interfaces (web APIs) make it easy to use these third party services but hide details about their structure and resource needs. However , due to the lack of implementation-level knowledge , cloud applications have little(More)
Performance has been traditionally regarded as the most important design goal for database management systems (DBMSs). However, in recent years, the increasing energy cost gradually rivals the benefit of chasing after performance. Therefore, there are strong financial incentives to minimize power consumption of a database system while maintaining its(More)
— Entering the era of cloud computing, data centers are scaling in a fast pace. However, as the increasing number of servers being deployed in data centers, the data center power distribution systems have already approached peak capacities. Since the upgrades of the power systems are extremely expensive, power oversubscription has become a trend in modern(More)
Energy consumption of computer systems has increased at a steep rate in recent years. Following extensive energyrelated research and practice in the hardware and OS communities, much attention has been paid to developing energy-efficient applications. With database systems being a heavy energy consumer in modern data centers, we face the challenge of(More)
—Data centers are well known to consume a large amount of energy. As databases are one of the major applications in a data center, building energy-aware database systems has become an active research topic recently. The quantification of the energy cost of database systems is an important task in design. In this paper, we report our recent efforts on this(More)