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Data Acquisition Working Group

The infrastructure required to support the acquisition of big data must deliver low, predictable latency in both capturing data and in executing short, simple queries; be able to handle very high transaction volumes, often in a distributed environment; and support flexible and dynamic data structures. Data stored in a NoSQL database are typically of high variety because they need to have a simple and dynamic structure that allows changes to take place without costly reorganizations at the storage layer.

 
Just as Big Data calls for new approaches to computing, it also requires new approaches to data serving. Today’s business requires highly-available, fast-responding sites in order to compete, but no single server offers sufficient capacity for web-scale computing. The fundamental challenge in big data serving is to facilitate low latency responses from enormous data repositories.

 

 

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