A survey on big data stream processing in SDN supported cloud environment

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ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, 2018
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© 2018 Association for Computing Machinery. Big data is the term which denotes data with features such as voluminous data, a variety of data and streaming data as well. Processing big data became essential for enterprises to garner general intelligence and avoid biased conclusions. Due to these features, big data processing is considered to be a challenging task. Big data Processing should rely on a robust network. Cloud computing offers a suitable environment for these processes. However, it is more challenging when we move big data to the cloud, as managing the cloud resources is the main issue. Software Defined Network (SDN) has a potential solution to this issue. In this paper, first, we survey the present state of the art of SDN, cloud computing, and Big data Stream processing (BDSP). Then, we discuss SDN in the context of Big Data Stream Processing in Cloud environment. Finally, critical issues and research opportunity are discussed.
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