IGI Global's Free Content Journal Article for the Month of July

Performance Analysis of Structured, Un-Structured, and Cloud Storage Systems

By Anne Long on Jul 22, 2019
Data is the source of knowledge for the entire world and, as such, needs to be stored and managed; yet, traditional storage systems may not be as efficient or effective as new, diverse systems. As IGI Global is committed to ensuring that forward-thinking knowledge and the latest emerging research is easily accessible to the global research community, it opens a new journal article each month for complimentary access under IGI Global’s Free Content Program. This month’s article is:

Performance Analysis of Structured, Un-Structured, and Cloud Storage Systems

By Prof. Anindita Sarkar Mondal (School of Mobile Computing, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India), et. al.

Featured in the International Journal of Ambient Computing and Intelligence (IJACI)

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Abstract: Big Data management is an interesting research challenge for all storage vendors. Since data can be structured or unstructured, hence variety of storage systems has been designed to meet storage requirement as per organization's demands. The article focuses on different kinds of storage systems, their architecture and implementations. The first portion of the article describes different examples of structured (PostgreSQL) and unstructured databases (MongoDB, OrientDB and Neo4j) along with data models and comparative performance analysis between them. The second portion of the paper focuses on cloud storage systems. As an example of cloud storage, Google Cloud Storage and mainly its implementation details have been discussed. The aim of the article is not to eulogize any particular storage system, but to clearly point out that every storage has a role to play in the industry. It depends on the enterprise to identify the requirements and deploy the storage systems.

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