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Art. 05 – Vol. 27 – No. 3 – 2017

Cloud Residing Versioning Services With NoSQL Database Support

Dragoş NICOLAU
dragos@ici.ro
Mihaela TOMESCU
mtomescu@ici.ro
Daniel SAVU
dsavu@ici.ro
Ion Alexandru MARINESCU
ionut@ici.ro
National Institute for Research & Development in Informatics – ICI Bucharest

Abstract: This paper focuses on studying the development of an integrated versioning system for the source files used in the software project development. The server component is a .net Web service, powered by a NoSQL Type Database Management System. All functional and data resources are resident on a Cloud platform. Choosing this solution (NoSQL in conjunction with Cloud technology) provides a great boost in speed, necessary as this type of application is subject to a high density of requests, more-over so when operations like file uploads, file parsing, file content comparisons and file downloads occur at a constantly increasing rate .

Keywords: Open Source code repository, NoSQL Databases, Cloud Computing, access to Internet.

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Dragoş NICOLAU, Mihaela TOMESCU, Daniel SAVU, Ion Alexandru MARINESCU, Cloud Residing Versioning Services  With NoSQL Database Support, Romanian Journal of Information Technology and Automatic Control, ISSN 1220-1758, vol. 27(3), pp. 47-58, 2017.

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