THE ACCESS OF BIG-DATA SERVERS IN CRITICAL TRAFFIC CONDITIONS USING PRIORITY RESOLUTION PROTOCOL
Abstract
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The Big Data Server (BDS) is a software program / platform that is used to provide database services such as storing, processing and securing data. These database services are consumed by other software programs or components. Sometimes computer hardware, where the database runs, is also referred to as the database server. Therefore, the data server can be seen as a combination of software and hardware platform that runs the installed database and provides related services. Some the critical conditions, these servers are unable to access due to high traffic conditions. That time, these servers are too busy to process high priority information. The proposed model provides the better data management in high traffic conditions. Here the data server configuration details are ensured by the admin and the access information are provided only the know tasks. So, the data server traffic was reduced and the access time also minimized by the sequential task management.

Authors
V Aravindarajan
K L N College of Engineering, India

Keywords
Big Data Servers, Software Programs, Traffic Conditions, Data Management, Sequential Task
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ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Data Science and Machine Learning
( Volume: 3 , Issue: 2 , Pages: 277-280 )
Date of Publication :
March 2022
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