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Evaluation Criteria for Self-Management in DBMSs

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"Evaluation Criteria for Self-Management in DBMSs", (2007)
Barreto, A., Wongsaroj, B., King T., Cameron T., Diaz, S., Cilli, J., Muqueet A., Bullard S., Adjouadi, M., Wolfson, O., Graham, S., and Rishe, N.

ABSTRACT: As computing systems continue to grow in size and complexity, the need for self-management is becoming more prevalent. The difficulty and cost associated with the maintenance of large scale systems means that there needs to be a paradigm shift towards systems that manage themselves according to high-level policies. Furthermore, these complex large-scale systems typically require intensive data management and this has led to database management systems that incorporate features such as self-configuration, self-optimization, self-protection, and self-healing. This paper proposes criteria for evaluating self-management features in database management systems and uses those criteria to evaluate the self-management features in popular databases such as DB2, SQL Server, Oracle 10g, Teradata and Sybase ASE.