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NoSQL Database: New Era of Databases for Big data Analytics- Classification, Characteristics and Comparison

Author
A B M Moniruzzaman ,
Computer Science and Engineering
Daffodil International University
Syed Akhter Hossain
Computer Science and Engineering
Daffodil International University

Abstract

Digital world is growing very fast and become more complex in the volume (terabyte to petabyte), variety (structured and un-structured and hybrid), velocity (high speed in growth) in nature. This refers to as ‘Big Data’ that is a global phenomenon. This is typically considered to be a data collection that has grown so large it can’t be effectively managed or exploited using conventional data management tools: e.g., classic relational database management systems (RDBMS) or conventional search engines. To handle this problem, traditional RDBMS are complemented by specifically designed a rich set of alternative DBMS; such as – NoSQL, NewSQL and Search-based systems. This paper motivation is to provide – classification, characteristics and evaluation of NoSQL databases in Big Data Analytics. This report is intended to help users, especially to the organizations to obtain an independent understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of various NoSQL database approaches to supporting applications that process huge volumes of data.

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Comparative Study on Agile software development methodologies

Author
A B M Moniruzzaman
Dr Syed Akhter Hossain
Daffodil International University

Abstract

Today‘s business environment is very much dynamic, and organisations are constantly changing their software requirements to adjust with new environment. They also demand for fast delivery of software products as well as for accepting changing requirements. In this aspect, traditional plan-driven developments fail to meet up these requirements. Though traditional software development methodologies, such as life cycle-based structured and object oriented approaches, continue to dominate the systems development few decades and much research has done in traditional methodologies, Agile software development brings its own set of novel challenges that must be addressed to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of the valuable software. It‘s a set of software development methods based on iterative and incremental development process, where requirements and development evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams that allows rapid delivery of high quality software to meet customer needs and also accommodate changes in the requirements. In this paper, we significantly indentify and describe the major factors, that Agile development approach improves software development process to meet the rapid changing business environments. We also provide a brief comparison of agile development methodologies with traditional systems development methodologies, and discuss current state of adopting agile methodologies. We speculate that from the need to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of the valuable software, Agile software development is emerged as an alternative to traditional plan-based software development methods. The purpose of this paper, is to provide an in-depth understanding, the major benefits of agile development approach to software development industry, as well as provide a comparison study report of ASDM over TSDM.

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A Low Cost Two-Tier Architecture Model for High Availability Clusters Application Load Balancing

Author
A. B. M. Moniruzzaman
Computer Science and Engineering
Daffodil International University
Syed Akther Hossain
Computer Science and Engineering
Daffodil International University

Abstract 

This article proposes a design and implementation of a low cost two-tier architecture model for high availability cluster combined with load-balancing and shared storage technology to achieve desired scale of three-tier architecture for application load balancing e.g. web servers. The research work proposes a design that physically omits Network File System (NFS) server nodes and implements NFS server functionalities within the cluster nodes, through Red Hat Cluster Suite (RHCS) with High Availability (HA) proxy load balancing technologies. In order to achieve a low-cost implementation in terms of investment in hardware and computing solutions, the proposed architecture will be beneficial. This system intends to provide steady service despite any system components fails due to uncertainly such as network system, storage and applications.

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An Experimental Study of Load Balancing of OpenNebula Open-Source Cloud Computing Platform

Author
A B M Moniruzzaman
Computer Science and Engineering
Daffodil International University
Kawser Wazed Nafi
Computer Science and Engineering
Khulna University of Engineering and Technology
Prof. Syed Akhter Hossain
Professor
Computer Science and Engineering
Daffodil International Univbersity

Abstract— Cloud Computing is becoming a viable computing solution for services oriented computing. Several open-source cloud solutions are available to these supports. Open-source software stacks offer a huge amount of customizability without huge licensing fees. As a result, open source software are widely used for designing cloud, and private clouds are being built increasingly in the open source way. Numerous contributions have been made by the open-source community related to private-IaaS-cloud. OpenNebula – a cloud platform is one of the popular private cloud management software. However, little has been done to systematically investigate the performance evaluation of this open-source cloud solution in the existing literature. The performance evaluation aids new and existing research, industry and international projects when selecting OpenNebula software to their work. The objective of this paper is to evaluate the load-balancing performance of the OpenNebula cloud management software. For the performance evaluation, the OpenNebula cloud management software is installed and configured as a prototype implementation and tested on the DIU Cloud Lab. In this paper, two set of experiments are conducted to identify the load balancing performance of the OpenNebula cloud management platform- (1) Delete and Add Virtual Machine (VM) from OpenNebula cloud platform; (2) Mapping Physical Hosts to Virtual Machines (VMs) in the OpenNebula cloud platform.

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