Experimenting NT Cluster Technology for Massive CDR Processing


Wijnands, J.E.P. and Dijkstra, S.J. and Derks, W.L.A. and Jonker, W. (2001) Experimenting NT Cluster Technology for Massive CDR Processing. In: Databases in Telecommunications II : Proceedings of the VLDB 2001 International Workshop (DBTel 2001), 10 Sep 2001, Rome, Italy (pp. pp. 19-36).

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Abstract:This paper describes the final results of an assessment of the scalability of an NT Cluster architecture for very large Telecommunications Call Detail Record (CDR) databases1. The IBM DB2 DBMS was used on top of four standard Windows NT multi-processor computers to investigate the data warehousing capabilities of such an off-the-shelf solution. First a description of the experiment case and experiment set up is given. Next the results of the experiments are described. The paper ends with a conclusion on the manageability, robustness and scalability of the NT Cluster architecture for very large CDR stores.
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