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World Journal of Engineering
Research and Technology

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Malatesh S.H, Jyothi Kanaka Durga Kasa, Mushtaq Ahmed, Rahul Reddy, Taniya Chadha*


Cloud computing, rapidly emerging as a new computation concept, offers agile and scalable resource access in a utility-like fashion, particularly for the processing of big data. An important open problem here is too effectively progress the data, from various geographical locations more time, into a cloud for efficient processing. Big Data introduces to datasets whose sizes are beyond the capability of typical database software tools to capture, accumulate, maintain and examined. The application of Big Data differs across verticals since of the several challenges that bring about the various use cases. With the increasing amount of data and the availability of high performance and relatively low-cost hardware, database systems have been extended and parallelized to run on multiple hardware platforms to manage scalability. Recently, a new distributed data processing framework called Map Reduce was proposed whose fundamental idea is to simplify the parallel processing using a distributed computing platform that offers only two interfaces. To further reduce network traffic within a Map Reduce job, we consider to aggregate data with the same keys before sending them to remote reduce tasks. Map Reduce is a framework for processing and managing large scale data sets in a distributed cluster, which has been used for applications such as generating search indexes, document clustering, access log analysis, and various other forms of data analytics. In existing system, a hash function is used to partition intermediate data among reduce tasks. In this project the system proposed a decomposition-based distributed algorithm to deal with the large-scale optimization problem for big data application and an online algorithm is also designed to adjust data partition and aggregation in a dynamic manner.

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