Database management system in cloud computing

Adam Duszeńko

Abstract


The structure of information systems in cloud computing has the specificity that can suitably be used in the construction of database systems. This is how to build a database based on cloud computing, which means how the cloud database support, which is a threat to them and to what extent is the subject of this chapter. On the basis of the analyzes will also be proposed extended model of a database management system fully dedicated to work in a cloud computing environment.

Keywords


database management system; cloud computing; virtualization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21936/si2015_v36.n1.731