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Tools for Secured Distributed Data Processing

Posted by: Ramanand Singh

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In order to effectively utilize increasing amounts of available data and in light of these recent trends, a few applications have emerged that automatically distribute data and processing over many separate commodity-class servers connected via a network, and that vastly prefer sequential disk operations over random disk seeks. Unlike some distributed systems these applications do not share memory or storage, an approach called Shared-Nothing Architecture. They are designed to handle individual machine failures automatically with no interruption to operations.

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