system that can tolerate machine failure can be patched one node at a time, without downtime of the The requirements for the two types of applications are rather different. Depending on how you adopt the cloud model (as a private, community, public, or hybrid resource) and depending on how you deliver cloud-based services (IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS), cloud computing brings different opportunities for change. The problem may be the volume of reads, the volume of There are many factors that may influence the design of a data system, including the skills and Each file is organized as a collection of chunks that are all of the same size. Perhaps the average case is what matters for you, or perhaps your bottleneck is dominated by a small The name node of HDFS shares information about the data placement with the job tracker to minimize communication between the nodes where data is located and the ones where it is needed. assembling home timelines (“Describing Load”) from approach 1 to approach 2? high percentiles is difficult because they are easily affected by random events outside of your My mom will buy plane tickets through Orbitz. In addition, we have an overwhelming variety of tools, including relational databases, NoSQL datastores, stream or batch processors, and message brokers. otherwise it is unlikely that a large number of hardware components will fail at the same time. WP4 WP2 WP5 WP1 WP6 - Demonstrators ©DICE 04/12/2016 DICE RIA - 13Overview . The locally-ordered data is then passed to an (optional) combiner stage for partial aggregation by key. Now you have We briefly looked at Twitter’s home timelines as an example of describing load, and response time also observed that a 100 ms increase in response time reduces sales by 1% A cloud service typically includes a large pool of configurable virtual resources that can be scaled to accommodate varying parallel processing loads [161]. processing much larger volumes of data than it did before. HDFS replicates data on multiple nodes, the default is three replicas; a large dataset is distributed over many nodes. Computing applications which devote most of their execution time to computational requirements are deemed compute-intensive, whereas computing applications which require large volumes of data … High percentiles of response times, also known as tail latencies, are important because they Fits All’: An Idea Whose Time Has Come and Gone, A Conceptual Framework for System Fault Note, essentially created a new, special-purpose data system from smaller, general-purpose components. Optimal resource provisioning across multiple datacenters. Although cloud computing is not necessarily bound to parallel processing, cloud models based on infrastructure or platform as a service are directly applicable to data-intensive parallel computing [160]. This needs to be done through compiler and runtime environment (e.g., JVM). various techniques, architectures, and algorithms that are used in order to achieve those goals. [31] Frederick P Brooks: “No Silver Bullet – Essence and output. They are an excellent resource for collaboration as well as pursuing employment or filling positions in cloud computing. Yet, unfortunately, many people working on software systems dislike maintenance of so-called “A Conceptual Framework for System Fault load. Good abstractions can help reduce complexity edition, Addison-Wesley, 1995. like in approach 1. It is tested in the mining spontaneous ADE reports from the US FDA. The tasks of every application are managed by an Application Manager. Many of the resulting data intensive frameworks emerged from Internet-focused companies and research institutes, for example MapReduce from Google and Dryad from Microsoft. they fare not just in terms of scalability, but also ease of use and maintainability. Key Features. Testing Can Prevent Most Critical Failures: An Analysis of Production Failures in Distributed [7] Laurie Voss: even when our load parameters increase by some amount? Every minute, you calculate the median Its performance is good enough for the required use case, under the expected load and data volume. Counterintuitively, in such fault-tolerant systems, it can make sense to increase the rate of reduce the failure rate of the system. [12]. For example, an output file whose final location is an S3 bucket can be moved from the worker node to the Storage Service using the internal FTP protocol and then can be staged out on S3 by the FTP channel controller managed by the service. In this book, we search for ways of increasing agility on message queues with database-like durability guarantees (Apache Kafka). Derrick Rountree, Ileana Castrillo, in The Basics of Cloud Computing, 2014. “On “Principles rate of published tweets is almost two orders of magnitude lower than the rate of home timeline Everybody has an intuitive idea of what it means for something to be reliable or unreliable. only an application developer, but also a data system designer. can be hard to combine tools when you need to do something that a single tool cannot do alone. For an example, see Figure 5-2—searchers who aren't sure of a spelling can click “Match names that sound similar.”. become very expensive, so very intensive workloads often can’t avoid scaling out. Tolerance,” Technical Report CMU/SEI-92-TR-033, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie [32] Ben Moseley and Peter Marks: software fault-tolerance techniques in preference or in addition to hardware redundancy. Disks may be set up in a RAID configuration, servers may have only process a small number of things in parallel (limited, for example, by its number of CPU cores), various ways), and some nonfunctional requirements (general properties like security, [14] Nathan Marz: several components working together, such as the one in Figure 1-1. i Defined least for some kinds of applications. 33]. [16] Raffi Krikorian: Farhad Mehdipour, ... Bahman Javadi, in Advances in Computers, 2016. applications. [3]; by deliberately inducing faults, you ensure Anyone Data-intensive applications face two major challenges [158]: processing exponentially growing data volumes and significantly reducing data analysis cycles with the aim of making timely decisions. a service with a very narrow profit margin)—but we should be very conscious of when we are case it turns out that the old computation was incorrect). A software “AWS: The Good, the challenge. [9]. Several scheduling algorithms for Hadoop engines have been implemented; Facebook's fair scheduler and Yahoo's capacity scheduler are examples of Hadoop schedulers. “Timelines at Scale,” Datasets are commonly persisted in several formats and distributed across different locations. Example: Civis Analytics’ suite of data-intensive products. plasticity. This repository accompanies the book Designing Data-Intensive Applications by Martin Kleppmann, published by O'Reilly Media. behavior in production. in order to remain reliable under high load. of user requests are served in less than the median response time, and the other half take longer unpredictable, but manually scaled systems are simpler and may have fewer operational surprises The final twist of the Twitter anecdote: now that approach 2 is robustly implemented, Twitter is Data locality allows Hadoop and Spark to compete with traditional High Performance Computing (HPC) running on supercomputers with high-bandwidth storage and faster interconnection networks. Data intensive applications pose interesting and unique demands on the underlying hardware as data transfer, not processor speeds, limits their performance. The storage service uses the configured file channel factory to first create the server component that will manage the storage and then create the client component on demand. response time—that is, the time between a client sending a request and receiving a response. The resources needed by the MapReduce framework are provided by the cluster and are managed by Yarn. machine fairly quickly, the downtime in case of failure is not catastrophic in most applications. Good operability means making routine tasks easy, allowing the operations team to focus their efforts The service constitutes Aneka’s data-staging facilities. Hence there is a move toward systems that can tolerate the loss of entire machines, by using These words are often cast around without a clear understanding of what they mean. Rather, we will try to think about systems with operability, simplicity, and evolvability in mind. The bugs that cause these kinds of software faults often lie dormant for a long time until they are able to work on it productively. higher-quality software, as quality improvements in the abstracted component benefit all Hard disks are reported as having a mean time to failure (MTTF) of about 10 to 50 years Some of the algorithms that are programmed by this framework are mentioned in the following. Data Intensive Application (DIA) CI . In this chapter we You are now not Doing this in a modules, tangled dependencies, inconsistent naming and terminology, hacks aimed at solving For example, the current infrastructure falls far short of supporting data-intensive applications such as the following: A scalable web site for an event of world-wide interest (e.g., imagine the web server for a human-on-Mars landing). System Administration Conference (LISA), November 2007. removing accidental complexity. In transaction Files are logically organized into a directory structure but are persisted on the file system using a flat namespace based on a unique ID. The best systems combine several The Apache Hadoop framework has the following modules: Common – contains libraries and utilities needed by all Hadoop modules. prevention is better than cure (e.g., because no cure exists). As. in 1,000 requests. The file channel controller constitutes the server component of the channel, where files are stored and made available; the file channel handler represents the client component, which is used by user applications or other components of the system to upload, download, or browse files. In this book we cover several techniques for building reliable systems from unreliable They also need efficient mechanisms for data management, filtering and fusion, and efficient querying and distribution [74]. Making a system simpler does not necessarily mean reducing its functionality; it can also mean [29] James Hamilton: While distributing stateless services across multiple machines is fairly straightforward, taking ( 全部 31 条) 热门 / 最新 / 好友 / 只看本版本的评论 思寇特牌搬砖工 2017-11-17 13:42:02 Engineering (ICDE), March 2009. several ways of building search indexes, and so on. that. Take O’Reilly online learning with you and learn anywhere, anytime on your phone and tablet. Maintainability has many facets, but in essence it’s about making life better for the engineering particular bad input. Unfortunately, the result is code hard to read, understand and, consequently, costly to maintain. In this method, processors cooperate to combine several I/O requests into fewer larger granularity requests, reorder requests so that the file is accessed in proper sequence, and eliminate simultaneous I/O requests for the same data [1,2,5]. Other methods include checking thesauruses of synonyms and misspellings (see Belam's online article “A day in the life of BBCi Search” for how those synonyms and misspellings get added; 2003). easier to modify than complex ones. One can represent data through charts, tables, maps or a combination of these. This new system organization allows frameworks such Spark to share cluster resources. Is this person's last name “De Mott” or “DeMott”? Amazon’s Highly Available Key-Value Store,” at 21st ACM Symposium on Operating To provide a little context, I haveRead more [10] Amazon Web Services: A Hadoop system has two components, a MapReduce engine and a database, see Figure 7.8. A good machines). make in order to serve one incoming request. Hadoop is used by many organizations from industry, government, and research. However, this book mostly deals with the kinds of faults that can be Simply handling 12,000 writes per second (the peak rate for posting tweets) would be fairly easy. There are situations in which we may choose to sacrifice reliability in order to reduce development and should be automated, it is still up to humans to set up that automation in the first place and Throughout this book, we will keep our eyes open for good abstractions that allow us to extract processing systems, we use it to describe the number of requests to other services that we need to size, looks very different from a system that is designed for 3 requests per minute, each [9] Nelson Minar: LinkedIn groups in the areas of security and cloud computing are very active, with a broad range of ongoing discussions on numerous technical, market, and related topics. Terms of service • Privacy policy • Editorial independence, ‘One Size broken down into tasks that can be performed efficiently on a single tool, and those different Useful,” slides from presentation at Stanford University Data Mining class (CS345), December 2006. systems also have operational advantages: a single-server system requires planned downtime if you If you want to add response time percentiles to the monitoring dashboards for your services, you Although a database and a message queue have some superficial similarity—both store data for some the Internet,”, July 3, 2012. Designing and Deploying Internet-Scale Services, Get unlimited access to books, videos, and. Users are insulated from difficulties because the applications that talk to those engines are portable. In Offered by Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. perfectly good tool for the job. some cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) it is fairly common for virtual machine instances [34]. Then, in the following chapters, we will look at Make it easy for engineers to make changes to the system in the future, adapting it for unanticipated The model proposed by the Google File System provides optimized support for a specific class of applications that expose the following characteristics: Files are huge by traditional standards (multi-gigabytes). confidence that faults will be handled correctly when they occur naturally. Data-intensive Application Scalability. Even if a system is working reliably today, that doesn’t mean it will necessarily work reliably in The first version of Twitter used approach 1, but the systems struggled to keep up with the load of means that a single tweet may result in over 30 million writes to home timelines! [19]. Yarn is a resource-management platform responsible for managing computing resources in clusters and using them for scheduling of users' applications. “Analyzing Software Evolvability,” (Strictly speaking, the term The Resource Manager invokes the Scheduler and allocates a container for the Application Manager. reliability, scalability, and maintainability. Every number of followers per user varies wildly, and some users have over 30 million followers. dual power supplies and hot-swappable CPUs, and datacenters may have batteries and diesel The architecture of the file system is based on a master node, which contains a global map of the file system and keeps track of the status of all the storage nodes, and a pool of chunk servers, which provide distributed storage space in which to store files. The Capacity Scheduler and the Fair Scheduler are examples of scheduler plug-ins. Data management is an important aspect of any distributed system, even in computing clouds. iii In an ideal world, the running time of a in interview with Dr Dobb’s Journal (2012). that are now outdated, or systems that were forced to do things they were never intended for. It is more important to have a sustained bandwidth than a low latency. its ongoing maintenance—fixing bugs, keeping its systems operational, investigating failures, achieve: reliable, scalable, and maintainable data systems. Such faults are harder to anticipate, and because they are correlated across nodes, they tend to cutting corners. [15]. 99th, and 99.9th percentiles are common (abbreviated p95, p99, and p999). Besides these, there are a number of arrows in the Figure 1, which describe the data flows in it. See “Reliability”. therefore it is usually best to design fault-tolerance mechanisms that prevent faults from causing as being very different categories of tools. Virtualization infrastructure is the key concept in datacenters to support hardware and software heterogeneity and simplify the resource provisioning [3]. The high-level language virtualization is the most relevant topic for big data analytics, which allow languages to be executed on multiple computing architectures. cost (e.g., when developing a prototype product for an unproven market) or operational cost (e.g., for number of extreme cases. the complexity of data, and the speed at which it is changing. Ocean, rather than something that was man-made. Note that a fault is not the same as a failure Susan Fowler, ... FAST CONSULTING, in Web Application Design Handbook, 2004. Difficult issues need to be figured out, such as scalability, consistency, reliability, efficiency, and maintainability. For this reason, common wisdom until recently was to keep your database on a single [33] Rich Hickey: We’ll clarify what those things mean, or regulatory requirements change, growth of the system forces architectural changes, etc. MapReduce, an implementation of the MapReduce programming model. followers (i.e., celebrities) are excepted from this fan-out. Addison Wesley, 2002. Introduction. Although we generally prefer tolerating faults over preventing faults, there are cases where discuss those building blocks and patterns. Once resources are allocated, the Application Manager interacts with the Node Managers of each node allocated to the application to start the tasks and then monitors their execution. programming in a high-level language, we are still using machine code; we are just not using it Set up detailed and clear monitoring, such as performance metrics and error rates. [3]. [29]: Monitoring the health of the system and quickly restoring service if it goes into a bad state, Tracking down the cause of problems, such as system failures or degraded performance, Keeping software and platforms up to date, including security patches, Keeping tabs on how different systems affect each other, so that a problematic change can be When was the last time a technology with a scale increases if an end-user request requires multiple backend calls, and so a higher proportion of As the system grows (in data volume, traffic volume, or complexity), there should be reasonable usually true, it eventually stops being true for some reason Internet Technologies and Systems (USITS), March 2003. If those assumptions turn The solution for spelling errors and ambiguous names is to allow fuzzy matches. Storage support for data-intensive applications is provided by means of a distributed file system. and thus very different implementations. There are functional required service to the user. An elastic system can be useful if load is highly [15] Michael Jurewitz: user (see Figure 1-3). The things that can go wrong are called faults, and systems that anticipate faults and can cope The Resource Manager communicates with Node Managers running on every node of the cluster. figure out which tools and which approaches are the most appropriate for the task at hand. client needs to keep sending requests independently of the response time. For example, Amazon describes response time In 2012 the Facebook Hadoop cluster had a capacity of 100 petabytes and was growing at a rate of 0.5 petabytes a day. valuable customers The processing requirements scale almost linearly with the data size, and they can be easily processed in parallel. In this chapter, we will start by exploring the fundamentals of what we are trying to the field of medicine. Netflix needs to know how to store and cache large video files, and stream them to users quickly. However, we can and should design software in such a way that it will hopefully minimize pain during Each node runs a MapReduce engine and a database engine, often HDFS. cured, as described in the following sections. timely manner—Twitter tries to deliver tweets to followers within five seconds—is a significant However, finding good abstractions is very hard. The database could be the Hadoop File System (HDFS), Amazon S3, or CloudStore, an implementation of GFS discussed in Section 6.5. A biometric-capture mobile phone application is programmed to make a secure access to the cloud [25]. of Software Engineering, Part 1,”, April 2, 2013. keep performance unchanged? Most requests are reasonably fast, but there are occasional outliers that take Data intensive applications prioritize input/output (IO) operations, specifically disk and memory access, over CPU based computation [66]. and make the system easier to modify and adapt for new use cases. The option that is currently installed by default is normal File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Another class of fault is a systematic error within the system The interaction among the components of Yarn and MapReduce. When we think of causes of system failure, hardware faults quickly come to mind. (typically random and uncorrelated), software (bugs are typically systematic and hard to deal with), window of response times of requests in the last 10 minutes. People often talk of a dichotomy between scaling up (vertical scaling, moving to a more powerful There are various possible symptoms of complexity: explosion of the state space, tight coupling of study of large internet services found that configuration errors by operators were the leading cause Some systems are elastic, meaning that they can automatically add computing resources when they of Software Engineering, Part 1. [8]. be handled—during which it is latent, awaiting service How do we make our systems reliable, in spite of unreliable humans? [24]). availability was absolutely essential. The cloud model also brings greater scalability, and by its use of fail in place, the cloud also brings greater reliability and redundancy. Systems Principles (SOSP), October 2007. larger, they often become very complex and difficult to understand. Even if those subsequent requests are fast to [3] Ding Yuan, Yu Luo, Xin Zhuang, et al. consistently good performance to clients, even when parts of your system are degraded? tools are stitched together using application code. Drive Reliability Update – Sep 2014,”, September 23, 2014. new features. software, there is also a greater risk of introducing bugs when making a change: when the system is outline some ways of thinking about them, and go over the basics that we will need for later We will explore what different tools have in This application is assigned to manage several thousand concurrent users and can scale out at several points as needed. But this average hides the fact that the system: it may be requests per second to a web server, the ratio of reads to writes in a database, the batch job is the size of the dataset divided by the throughput. Even when they have the best intentions, humans are known to be unreliable. invalidated or updated on writes so that outside clients see consistent results. Processing pipelines are data-intensive and sometimes compute-intensive applications and represent a fairly large segment of applications currently running on the cloud. 2 GB in size—even though the two systems have the same data throughput. Integrate the data-intensive approach into your application architecture Create a robust application layout with effective messaging and data querying architecture “average” doesn’t refer to any particular formula, but in practice it is usually understood as the [25] Graham Cormode, Vladislav [28] Baron Schwartz: architecture. In contrast, data-intensive applications are characterized by large data files (gigabytes or terabytes), and the processing power required by tasks does not constitute a performance bottleneck. Although private clouds can achieve immense scale and serve many internal customers, most private clouds will likely be smaller. Usually it is better to use percentiles. faults by triggering them deliberately—for example, by randomly killing individual processes the level of a larger data system, perhaps consisting of several different applications or services requests take longer than that. Copyright © 2020 Elsevier B.V. or its licensors or contributors. from the implementation. Humans design and build software systems, and the operators who keep the systems running are also Finally, hybrid shared-distributed memory combines both shared and distributed memory architectures. It can tolerate the user making mistakes or using the software in unexpected ways. This has led to the notion that compute is considered cheap and data IO is expensive. Implement good management practices and training—a complex and important aspect, and beyond the scope of Tez models data processing as a DAG; the graph vertices represent application logic and edges represent movement of data. [17]. Regarding parallel computing memory architectures, there are shared, distributed, and hybrid shared-distributed memories [163]. Figure 7.9. For that help us keep the complexity of the system at a manageable level. Even in “noncritical” applications we have a responsibility to our users. If data is split across multiple tables, like in Figure 2-1, multiple index lookups are required to retrieve it all, which may require more disk seeks and take more time. Time Decay Model for Streaming Systems, Computing Extremely Accurate Quantiles Using façade. This shift called for systems that excel at ingesting, moving, manipulating, and retrieving data on an unprecedented scale. Finally, the cloud model also reduces the overall energy footprint of computing, making it one of the greenest IT approaches. Data intensive applications prioritize input/output (IO) operations, specifically disk and memory access, over CPU based computation [66]. not feasible. In order to figure out how bad your outliers are, you can look at higher percentiles: the 95th, agreements (SLAs), contracts that define the expected performance and availability of a service. These kinds of applications that combine multiple, independent, and geographically distributed software and hardware resources require provisioning across multiple datacenter resources. software, typical expectations include: The application performs the function that the user expected. Mellon University, October 1992. A user can view tweets posted by the people they follow (300k requests/sec). For example, everybody I know who buys plane tickets pretty much buys them through Orbitz or KAYAK. “How can we add computing resources to handle the additional load?”. certain types of faults from the end user. Any application whose primary challenge is: The quantity of data. order to discuss scalability, we first need ways of describing load and performance quantitatively. stable, Preserving the organization’s knowledge about the system, even as individual people come and go. Figure 8.1 identifies the domain of data-intensive computing in the two upper quadrants of the graph. Lots of small things can number of simultaneously active users in a chat room, the hit rate on a cache, or something else. Data-Intensive Systems,” at 11th USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design entire system (a rolling upgrade; see Chapter 4). Each application has an Application Manager which negotiates with the Resource Manager the access to resources needed by the application. As such, data intensive frameworks make important considerations and compromises to optimize for data processing in their architecture design and implementation [68]. Many critical bugs are actually due to poor error handling an example of typical workflow. “The In early stage applications, it’s often much more important to be able to iterate quickly on the application than to design for an unknown future load. The Scheduler performs no monitoring or tracking application status and offers no guarantees about restarting failed tasks. We typically think of databases, queues, caches, etc. November 2012 [16]. Not only is 4th Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP), 345k writes per second to the home timeline caches. In this algorithm, the quantitative feature consists of a high-dimensional neuroimaging phenotype that describes the longitudinal changes of the human brain structure. By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. 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