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  • 1. Cost of Hardware & SoftwareA processor with high speed of data processing and memory of large size is required to run the DBMS software. It means that you have to up grade the hardware used for file-based system. Similarly, DBMS software is also very costly. >>> Most DBMSs are often complex systems so the training for users to use the DBMS is required. Training is required at all levels, including programming, application development, and database administration. The organization has to be paid a lot of amount for the training of staff to run the DBMS.
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    1. 1. By: The FantasticFour: Md Ismail Sharfi Prasoon Kant Ojha Krishnandu Pramanik Mohammad Jamilish Shiyamul Hoda Mentor: Mr. Sk. Safikul Alam
    2. 2.   Cost of Hardware & Software.  Cost of Staff Training.  Appointing Technical Staff.  Database Damage  Inefficient use of hardware. Limitations of Traditional DBMS
    3. 3.   Predictable any time, anywhere access to resources  Lower hardware and energy costs  Lower total cost of operations both for software licensing and administration tools-only pay what you use  Provides a better( up to 100%) utilization of hardware resources. Why Cloud?
    4. 4.  DBMS as a Cloud Service  Much more efficient in its duties.  Cheaper in long run.  Cloud-based DBMS are extremely scalable.  Move much of the operational burden of provisioning, configuration, scaling, performance tuning, backup, privacy, and access control from the database user to the service operator.
    5. 5.   A Cloud Database Management System (CDBMS) is a distributed database that delivers computing as a service instead of a product. It is the sharing of resources, software and information between multiple devices over a network which is mostly the internet.  An example of this is Software as a Service, or SaaS, which is an application that is delivered through the browser to customers. CDBMS
    6. 6.  A DBaaS (database-as-a-service) promises to move much of the operational burden of provisioning, configuration, scaling, performance tuning, backup, privacy, and access control from the database user to the service operator offering lower overall cost to users. Database as a Service for the Cloud
    7. 7.   Efficient multi-tenancy  Elastic scalability  Database privacy  We argue that these three challenges must be overcome before outsourcing database software and management becomes attractive to many users, and cost effective for service provider. Challenges to Implement
    8. 8.   Cloud based DBMS services are provided in a multitenancy environment with elastic resources allocation, for use in simple and complex transaction  Most of the currently available DBMS engines will run on cloud infrastructure, but are not specifically engineered to take advantage of cloud. Why NextBase? (DBMS in Cloud)
    9. 9.  Why Cloud?
    10. 10.  Privacy  A Significant barrier to deploy database in the cloud is privacy.  If client able to encrypt all the data stored in the DBaaS then privacy concern would largely be eliminated.  CryptDB is a technique designed to provide privacy. this privacy even prevent admin from seeing users data.  Reduction in throughput by 22.5%.
    11. 11.  Architecture
    12. 12. Above is proposed DBMS in Cloud Architecture, first layer is the storage, followed by databases and the upper layer is application layer. in terms of performance ,it provides efficient data access with a better distribution of values for some data. It stores data in memory, avoiding the need for time-consuming recompilation at run time. Produces a detailed report on each step used for data access, allowing you to accurately implement performance enhancements. Data is encrypted when stored or backed up, without any need for programming to encrypt or decrypt. Architecture
    13. 13.   USER REQUIREMENTS  Simple API  High performance  High availability and reliability  Easy access to advanced features  PUBLIC CLOUD REQUIREMENTS  cheap ,predictable and proportional to actual usage  security and privacy guarantees Requirements
    14. 14.   Provider Requirements  Meet user services level agreement  Limit hardware and power costs  Limit administration costs Requirements
    15. 15. Screen Shots Login / Signup
    16. 16. Screen Shots List of Tables
    17. 17. Screen Shots Create new database
    18. 18. Screen Shots Enter password for your database
    19. 19. Screen Shots Create New Table
    20. 20. Screen Shots Enter Values into your table
    21. 21. Screen Shots Delete row from table
    22. 22. Screen Shots Logout
    23. 23.  EJB Server Overview
    24. 24.   Complete SQL functionalities.  Security Features.  Cloud Based.  Multi User.  RDBaaS. Future Works
    25. 25.   ACM /IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY MEETING Thursday, December 17  Bigtable: A Distributed Storage System for Structured Data, Fay Chang, Jeffrey Dean, Sanjay Ghemawat, Google Inc.  Dynamo: Amazon’s Highly Available Key-value Store, Giuseppe DeCandia, Deniz Hastorun, Madan Jampani, Avinash Lakshman, Amazon.com.  AbadiD, “Data Management in the Cloud: Limitations and Opportunities”, Bulletin of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Data Engineering (2009).  H.Hacigumus, B.Iyer, S.Mehrotra, executing SQL over Encrypted database-service provider model, ACM SIGMOD, 2002 References
    26. 26. Hebrew Thank You English Merci French Russian Danke German Grazie Italian Spanish Obrigado Portuguese Arabic Traditional Chinese Thai Bangla ¡Gracias! Tamil Kannada Urdu Hindi

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