Appointments for the oral exams can be made for dates between 03.-05. August. Please contact our secretary Regine Dalkiran soon to get your individual slot.
The exams will be 25-30 minutes each.
In this lecture, we cover basic and advanced concepts of distributed data management. The lecture will be in English, and we will provide video recordings shortly after each lecture session.
The lecture features three major topic areas:
- Distributed Databases and Distributed Transaction Systems, representing the "classic" foundations of distributed storage with full transactional support
- Data Fragmentation
- Distributed Query Processing
- Distributed Transaction Processing
- P2P Systems, featuring ad-hoc distributed data storage in networks with unreliable peers
- Unstructured P2P Networks
- Distributed Hash Tables
- Network Models
- Content Provisioning Networks
- Durable P2P
- Cloud Storage, aiming at a fusion of the previous two concepts and providing highly scalable and reliable distributed storage solutions
- Concepts of Cloud Storage
- Amazon Dynamo
- Google Bigtable
- Hadoop, HDF, and HBase
- Cloud Computing