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The BigDawg Architecture and Reference Implementation

@inproceedings{Duggan2015TheBA,
  title={The BigDawg Architecture and Reference Implementation},
  author={Jennie Duggan and Aaron J. Elmore and Tim Kraska and S. Madden and T. Mattson and M. Stonebraker},
  year={2015}
}
This paper presents the reference implementation of a new architecture for future “Big Data” applications. Such applications require “big analytics” as one might expect, but they also require real-time streaming support, real-time analytics, data visualization, and cross-storage queries. We are guided by the principle “one size does not fit all” [7], and we build on top of three storage engines, each designed for specialized use cases. In addition, we demonstrate novel support for querying… Expand
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