Energy Efficiency Is Not Enough, Energy Proportionality Is Needed!

@inproceedings{Hrder2011EnergyEI,
  title={Energy Efficiency Is Not Enough, Energy Proportionality Is Needed!},
  author={Theo H{\"a}rder and Volker Hudlet and Yi Ou and Daniel Schall},
  booktitle={DASFAA Workshops},
  year={2011}
}
Due to the energy consumption/resource utilization characteristics of todays centralized DB servers, the fastest configuration is also the most energy-efficient one. Extensive use of SSDs alone cannot enable a fundamental change of this overall picture, because the storagerelated energy consumption is typically only a little fraction of the overall energy budget. Even, when this storage-related share is (almost) completely reduced by optimized flash-aware buffer management, the saving effect… CONTINUE READING

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