MRBench: A Benchmark for MapReduce Framework

@article{Kim2008MRBenchAB,
  title={MRBench: A Benchmark for MapReduce Framework},
  author={Kiyoung Kim and Kyungho Jeon and Hyuck Han and Shin Gyu Kim and Hyungsoo Jung and Heon Young Yeom},
  journal={2008 14th IEEE International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems},
  year={2008},
  pages={11-18}
}
  • Kiyoung Kim, Kyungho Jeon, +3 authors Heon Young Yeom
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    14th IEEE International…
    2008
  • Computer Science
  • MapReduce is Google's programming model for easy development of scalable parallel applications which process huge quantity of data on many clusters. Due to its conveniency and efficiency, MapReduce is used in various applications (e.g., Web search services and online analytical processing). However, there are only few good benchmarks to evaluate MapReduce implementations by realistic testsets. In this paper, we present MRBench that is a benchmark for evaluating MapReduce systems. MRBench… CONTINUE READING

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