MapReduce is a programming model for parallel data processing widely used in Cloud computing environments. Current MapReduce implementations are based on centralized master-slave architectures that do not cope well with dynamic Cloud infrastructures, like a Cloud of clouds, in which nodes may join and leave the network at high rates. We have designed an adaptive MapReduce framework, called P2P-MapReduce, which exploits a peer-to-peer model to manage node churn, master failures, and job recovery in a decentralized but effective way, so as to provide a more reliable MapReduce middleware that can be effectively exploited in dynamic Cloud infrastructures. This paper describes the P2P-MapReduce system providing a detailed description of its basic mechanisms, a prototype implementation, and an extensive performance evaluation in different network scenarios. The performance results confirm the good fault tolerance level provided by the P2P-MapReduce framework compared to a centralized implementation of MapReduce, as well as its limited impact in terms of network overhead. (C) 2011 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

P2P-MapReduce: Parallel data processing in dynamic Cloud environments

Marozzo F;TALIA, Domenico;TRUNFIO, Paolo
2012

Abstract

MapReduce is a programming model for parallel data processing widely used in Cloud computing environments. Current MapReduce implementations are based on centralized master-slave architectures that do not cope well with dynamic Cloud infrastructures, like a Cloud of clouds, in which nodes may join and leave the network at high rates. We have designed an adaptive MapReduce framework, called P2P-MapReduce, which exploits a peer-to-peer model to manage node churn, master failures, and job recovery in a decentralized but effective way, so as to provide a more reliable MapReduce middleware that can be effectively exploited in dynamic Cloud infrastructures. This paper describes the P2P-MapReduce system providing a detailed description of its basic mechanisms, a prototype implementation, and an extensive performance evaluation in different network scenarios. The performance results confirm the good fault tolerance level provided by the P2P-MapReduce framework compared to a centralized implementation of MapReduce, as well as its limited impact in terms of network overhead. (C) 2011 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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