Invalidation Clues for Database Scalability Services

@article{Manjhi2007InvalidationCF,
  title={Invalidation Clues for Database Scalability Services},
  author={Amit Manjhi and Phillip B. Gibbons and Anastasia Ailamaki and Charles Garrod and Bruce M. Maggs and Todd C. Mowry and Christopher Olston and Anthony Tomasic and Haifeng Yu},
  journal={2007 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Data Engineering},
  year={2007},
  pages={316-325}
}
For their scalability needs, data-intensive Web applications can use a database scalability service (DBSS), which caches applications' query results and answers queries on their behalf. One way for applications to address their security/privacy concerns when using a DBSS is to encrypt all data that passes through the DBSS. Doing so, however, causes the DBSS to invalidate large regions of its cache when data updates occur. To invalidate more precisely, the DBSS needs help in order to know which… CONTINUE READING
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