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Making Databases Work: The Pragmatic Wisdom of Michael Stonebraker - ISBN 9781947487192

Making Databases Work: The Pragmatic Wisdom of Michael Stonebraker

ISBN 9781947487192

Autor: Michael L. Brodie

Wydawca: Morgan & Claypool Publishers

Dostępność: Dostawa 10-20 dni

Cena: 636,30 zł






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This book celebrates Michael Stonebraker's accomplishments that led to his 2014 ACM A.M. Turing Award ""for fundamental contributions to the concepts and practices underlying modern database systems."" The book describes, for the broad computing community, the unique nature, significance, and impact of Mike's achievements in advancing modern database systems over more than forty years. Today, data is considered the world's most valuable resource, whether it is in the tens of millions of databases used to manage the world's businesses and governments, in the billions of databases in our smartphones and watches, or residing elsewhere, as yet unmanaged, awaiting the elusive next generation of database systems. Every one of the millions or billions of databases includes features that are celebrated by the 2014 Turing Award and are described in this book. Why should I care about databases? What is a database? What is data management? What is a database management system (DBMS)? These are just some of the questions that this book answers, in describing the development of data management through the achievements of Mike Stonebraker and his over 200 collaborators. In reading the stories in this book, you will discover core data management concepts that were developed over the two greatest eras (so far) of data management technology. The book is a collection of 36 stories written by Mike and 38 of his collaborators: 23 world-leading database researchers, 11 world-class systems engineers, and 4 business partners. If you are an aspiring researcher, engineer, or entrepreneur you might read these stories to find these turning points as practice to tilt at your own computer-science windmills, to spur yourself to your next step of innovation and achievement.

Author Biography: Michael L. Brodie has over 45 years of experience in research and industrial practice in databases, distributed systems, integration, artificial intelligence, and multidisciplinary problem-solving. Dr. Brodie is a research scientist at the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; advises startups; serves on advisory boards of national and international research organizations; and is an adjunct professor at the National University of Ireland, Galway and at the University of Technology, Sydney. As Chief Scientist of IT at Verizon for over 20 years, he was responsible for advanced technologies, architectures, and methodologies for IT strategies and for guiding industrial-scale deployments of emerging technologies. He has served on several National Academy of Science committees. Current interests include Big Data, Data Science, and Information Systems evolution. Dr. Brodie holds a Ph.D. in databases from the University of Toronto and a Doctor of Science(honoris causa) from the National University of Ireland.

Data Management Technology Kairometer: The Historical Context Foreword Preface Introduction PART I 2014 ACM A.M. TURING AWARD PAPER AND LECTURE The Land Sharks Are on the Squawk Box PART II MIKE STONEBRAKER'S CAREER 1. Make it Happen: The Life of Michael Stonebraker PART III MIKE STONEBRAKER SPEAKS OUT: AN INTERVIEW WITH MARIANNE WINSLETT 2. Mike Stonebraker Speaks Out: An Interview PART IV THE BIG PICTURE 3. Leadership and Advocacy 4. Perspectives: The 2014 ACM Turing Award 5. Birth of an Industry: Path to the Turing Award 6. A Perspective of Mike from a 50-Year Vantage Point PART V STARTUPS 7. How to Start a Company in Five (Not So) Easy Steps 8. How to Create and Run a Stonebraker Startup-- The Real Story 9. Getting Grownups in the Room: A VC Perspective PART VI DATABASE SYSTEMS RESEARCH 10. Where Good Ideas Come From and How to Exploit Them 11. Where We Have Failed 12. Stonebraker and Open Source 13. The Relational Database Management Systems Genealogy PART VII CONTRIBUTIONS BY SYSTEM 14. Research Contributions of Mike Stonebraker: An Overview PART VII.A RESEARCH CONTRIBUTIONS BY SYSTEM 15. The Later Ingres Years 16. Looking Back at Postgres 17. Databases Meet the Stream Processing Era 18. C-Store: Through the Eyes of a Ph.D. Student 19. In-Memory, Horizontal, and Transactional: The H-Store OLTP DBMS Project 20. Scaling Mountains: SciDB and Scientific Data Management 21. Data Unification at Scale: Data Tamer 22. The BigDAWG Polystore System 23. Data Civilizer: End-to-End Support for Data Discovery, Integration, and Cleaning PART VII.B CONTRIBUTIONS FROM BUILDING SYSTEMS 24. The Commercial Ingres Codeline 25. The Postgres and Illustra Codelines 26. The Aurora/Borealis/SteamBase Codelines: A Tale of Three Systems 27. The Vertica Codeline 28. The VoltDB Codeline 29. The SciDB Codeline: Crossing the Chasm 30. The Tamr Codeline 31. The BigDAWG Codeline PART VIII PERSPECTIVES 32. IBM Relational Database Code Bases 33. Aurum: A Story about Research Taste 34. Nice: Or What It Was Like to Be Mike's Student 35. Michael Stonebraker: Competitor, Collaborator, Friend 36. The Changing of the Database Guard PART IX SEMINAL WORKS OF MICHAEL STONEBRAKER AND HIS COLLABORATORS OTLP Through the Looking Glass, and What We Found There ""One Size Fits All"": An Idea Whose Time Has Come and Gone The End of an Architectural Era (It's Time for a Complete Rewrite) C-Store: A Column-Oriented DBMS The Implementation of POSTGRES The Design and Implementation of INGRES The Collected Works of Michael Stonebraker References Index Biographies


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