Workload-Driven Design and Evaluation of Large-Scale Data-Centric Systems

  title={Workload-Driven Design and Evaluation of Large-Scale Data-Centric Systems},
  author={Yanpei Chen},
Workload-Driven Design and Evaluation of Large-Scale Data-Centric Systems Yanpei Chen Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering — Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California, Berkeley Professor Randy H. Katz, Chair Large-scale data-centric systems help organizations store, manipulate, and derive value from large volumes of data. They consist of distributed components spread across a scalable number of connected machines and involve complex software/hardware stacks with… CONTINUE READING


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