loading page

Enhancement of database access performance by improving data consistency in a non-relational database system (NoSQL)
  • Adam A. E. Alflahi ,
  • Mohammed A. Y. Mohammed ,
  • Abdallah Alsammani
Adam A. E. Alflahi
Author Profile
Mohammed A. Y. Mohammed
Author Profile
Abdallah Alsammani
Jacksonville University

Corresponding Author:[email protected]

Author Profile

Abstract

This study aims to enhance data consistency in NoSQL databases, traditionally designed with BASE properties, as opposed to the strong consistency guaranteed by ACID principles in RDBMS. We introduce a comprehensive four-stage server-side model engineered explicitly for MongoDB. This model covers transaction management, bifurcation of read and write transactions, assessment of transaction readiness, and transaction execution via a specialized locking algorithm. Utilizing the Yahoo Cloud Services Benchmark (YCSB), particularly for update-heavy workloads (A, B, and F), our model exhibited significant improvements. Specifically, the average throughput, read, and update latencies improved to 2864.726 ms, 32806.275 ms, and 51845.629 ms, respectively, from the baseline metrics of 2914.110 ms, 26510.930 ms, and 32457.662 ms. These results demonstrate the efficacy of our proposed model in enhancing consistency not only in document-based NoSQL databases like MongoDB but also in other NoSQL database variants, including key-value, graph, and wide-column stores.