Our paper “AnyDB: An Architecture-less DBMS for Any Workload” was accepted to CIDR 2021

In this paper, we present a radical vision to architect databases in future.
Thursday, 05. November 2020

Our paper “AnyDB: An Architecture-less DBMS for Any Workload” was accepted to CIDR 2021

In this paper, we present a radical vision to architect databases in future.
We propose a radical new approach for scale-out distributed DBMSs. Instead of hard-baking an architectural model, such as a shared-nothing architecture, into the distributed DBMS design, we aim for a new class of so-called architecture-less DBMSs.

The main idea is that an architecture-less DBMS can mimic any architecture on a per-query basis on-the-fly without any additional overhead for reconfiguration. Our initial results show that our architecture-less DBMS AnyDB can provide significant speed-ups across varying workloads compared to a traditional DBMS implementing a static architecture.

Authors:

  • Tiemo Bang (TU Darmstadt & SAP SE)
  • Norman May (SAP SE)
  • Ilia Petrov (Reutlingen University)
  • Carsten Binnig (TU Darmstadt)

 

Preprint on arXiv: https://arxiv.org/abs/2009.02258

Further links: http://cidrdb.org/cidr2021/index.html

Further links: https://www.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/datamanagement//datamanagement/news_3/dm_index_detailseite_212928.en.jsp

 

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