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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Network administrators are faced with the increasingly challenging task of monitoring their network's health in real time, drawing upon diverse and voluminous measurement data feeds and extensively mining them. The role of database systems in network monitoring has traditionally been that of data repositories; even if an application uses a database, the application logic is implemented using external programs. While such programs are flexible, they tend to be adhoc, opaque, inefficient and harddoi:10.1007/978-3-642-28537-0_6 fatcat:kpxxze73eff47e7ykq5ckuyvh4