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Issue No.03 - May-June (2013 vol.17)
pp: 72-75
Tim Kraska , Brown University
Beth Trushkowsky , University of California, Berkeley
The rise of big data and cloud computing significantly changed the database market. Here, the authors describe how developers decomposed the traditional database system and questioned the classical three-tier system architecture.
Data collection, Information processing, Data handling, Information analysis, Computer architecture, Database systems, three-tier database architecture, big data, cloud computing, database systems
Tim Kraska, Beth Trushkowsky, "The New Database Architectures", IEEE Internet Computing, vol.17, no. 3, pp. 72-75, May-June 2013, doi:10.1109/MIC.2013.56
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