Advanced consistency management of highly-distributed transactional database in a hybrid cloud environment using novel R-TBC/RTA approach

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This paper examines possibilities for improving the existing strategies of consistency management for highly-distributed transactional database in a hybrid cloud environment. With a detailed analysis of the existing consistency models for distributed database and standard strategies including Classic, Quorum and Tree Based Consistency (TBC), it is concluded that an improved advanced model of so-called visible adaptive consistency needs to be applied in a highly-distributed cloud environment, as necessary and sufficient degree of synchronization of all replicas. Along with the proposed model, research and development of an advanced novel strategy for consistency management Rose TBC (R-TBC) approach has been conducted, by improving standard TBC approach. Regarding implementation, a specific agglomerative Rose Tree Algorithm (RTA) has been developed, based on Bayesian hierarchical clustering and Graph Partitioning Algorithm - Multidimensional Data Clustering (GPA-MDC) intelligent partitioning of transactional Cloud Database Management System (CDBMS). The final result is constructed R-TBC model that changes in accordance with dynamic changes of entire heterogeneous CDBMS environment.

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Dizdarevic, J., Avdagic, Z., Orucevic, F., & Omanovic, S. (2021). Advanced consistency management of highly-distributed transactional database in a hybrid cloud environment using novel R-TBC/RTA approach. Journal of Cloud Computing, 10(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13677-021-00230-0

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