New Models and Architectures for Integrated Stream Processing
Speaker: Nesime Tatbul, ETH Zurich
Date: Monday, July 23 2012
Time: 1:30PM to 2:30AM
Location: 32-G882 (Hewlett Room)
Host: Michael Stonebraker, CSAIL
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Stream processing engines (SPEs) have matured into an influential technology over the past decade. As the range of applications that they serve has been broadening, we have seen an increasing need for integrated stream processing (ISP) in various forms - not only across multiple streaming data sources, but also between SPEs and traditional DBMSs as well as over multiple, possibly heterogeneous SPE instances.
ISP presents a rich set of research problems, including the ones that stem from the semantic heterogeneity of SPEs as well as from the new architectural requirements to build scalable ISP systems that can support stream persistence and enrichment/correlations with stored data along with continuous querying.
In this talk, I will present two selected contributions from my recent ISP research: SECRET - a model to describe the basic query execution behaviors of diverse SPEs, and MaxStream - a new architecture for federated stream processing. Then I will conclude by discussing ongoing and future research directions towards the management of big data and cloud computing.
Bio: Nesime Tatbul is an assistant professor of computer science at ETH Zurich. She received her B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Engineering from the Middle East Technical University (METU) in Ankara, and her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from Brown University. During her graduate school years at Brown, she also worked as a research intern at the IBM Almaden Research Center, and as a consultant for the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine. Her research interests are in database systems, with a recent focus on data stream processing and networked data management. She is the recipient of a Best System Demonstration award at the ACM SIGMOD 2005 Conference, both the Best Poster Award and the Grand Challenge Award at the ACM DEBS 2011 Conference, and an IBM Faculty Award in 2008. She has been a program/general co-chair for the Sixth/Seventh VLDB International Workshop on Data Management for Sensor Networks (DMSN'09/DMSN'10), and has served on the program committee for various conferences including SIGMOD (as a group leader in 2011), VLDB, and ICDE (as a PC track chair for Streams, Sensor Networks, and Complex Event Processing in 2013). Recent editorial duties include: associate editor for PVLDB (Volume 5, 2011-2012), associate editor for ACM SIGMOD Record (Research Surveys Column, since June 2012).
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