International Journal of Data Warehousing and Mining (Journal)

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The capability to analyses data by performing complicated calculations at incredibly fast speeds is considered High-Performance Computing (HPC). To experience things, a 3 GHz Central processing unit on a device computer can complete roughly 3 billion computations each sec. Although this is far quicker than any humans, it pales compared to High-performance computing systems that can execute quadrillions of transactions per second. Innovative data storage paradigms are being carved out by High-Performance Computing and Big Data technologies. The always scale of computing and datasets absorbed and generated by massive-scale systems necessitates this. The adoption of bursting buffers’ modern I/O frameworks for High-Performance Computing and the effectiveness of important stored or blocking storage solutions across Clouds demonstrates a need. Big data is a field concerned with analyzing, methodically extracting information through, or perhaps dealing with data volumes that are too massive or complicated for typical data-handling applications and services to comprehend.
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