Overview of Overload Management in Real Time Database Systems

@inproceedings{Gulhane2014OverviewOO,
  title={Overview of Overload Management in Real Time Database Systems},
  author={Rutuja A. Gulhane and Md Shahazan Ali},
  year={2014}
}
As the complexity of real-time systems and application is going up, the amount of information to be handled by real-time systems increases, motivating the need for database and data service functionality. A conventional DBMS aims to maximize transaction throughput and minimize response time. However, a real-time DBMS aims to provide predictability in transaction processing and offer different quality of services. To address this need, it requires the architecture of a real-time database… CONTINUE READING

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