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BestPeer++: A Peer-to-Peer Based Large-Scale Data Processing Platform

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The corporate network is often used for sharing information among the participating companies and facilitating collaboration in a certain industry sector where companies share a common interest. It can effectively help the companies to reduce their operational costs and increase the revenues. However, the inter-company data sharing and processing poses unique challenges to such a data management system including scalability, performance, throughput, and security. In this paper, we present Best Peer++, a system which delivers elastic data sharing services for corporate network applications in the cloud based on Best Peer -- a peer-to-peer (P2P) based data management platform. By integrating cloud computing, database, and P2P technologies into one system, Best Peer++ provides an economical, flexible and scalable platform for corporate network applications and delivers data sharing services to participants based on the widely accepted pay-as-you-go business model. We evaluate Best Peer++ on Amazon EC2 Cloud platform. The benchmarking results show that Best Peer++ outperforms Hadoop DB, a recently proposed large-scale data processing system, in performance when both systems are employed to handle typical corporate network workloads. The benchmarking results also demonstrate that Best Peer++ achieves near linear scalability for throughput with respect to the number of peer nodes.

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Data Engineering (ICDE), 2012 IEEE 28th International Conference on

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1-5 April 2012