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1 Distributed Systems Docent: Vincent Naessens

2 Distributed Systems course overview & practical arrangements

3 Course material

4 Course material Book Slides and assessments:
Title: Distributed systems – principles and paradigms (second edition) Authors: Andrew S. Tanenbaum & Maarten Van Steen Slides and assessments: https://www.msec.be/vincent/bs/index.html

5 Overview of the book Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Architectures
Chapter 3: processes Chapter 4: communication Chapter 5: naming Chapter 6: sychronisation Chapter 7: Consistency and replication Chapter 8: fault tolerancy Chapter 9: security Chapter 10: distributed object-based systems Chapter 11: distributed file systems Chapter 12: distributed web-based systems Chapter 13: distributed coordination based systems

6 Overview of the book Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Architectures
1.1. Definition of distributed system 1.2. Goals 1.3. Types of distributed systems Chapter 2: Architectures 2.1. Architectural styles 2.2. System architectures 2.3. Archictectures versus middleware

7 Overview of the book Chapter 3: processes Chapter 4: communication
3.1. Threads 3.2. Virtualization 3.3. Clients 3.4. Servers Chapter 4: communication 4.1. Fundamentals 4.2. Remote procedure calls 4.3. Message-oriented communication

8 Overview of the book Chapter 5: naming Chapter 6: sychronisation
5.1. Names, identifiers and addresses 5.2. Flat naming 5.3. Structured naming 5.4. Attribute-based naming Chapter 6: sychronisation 6.1. Clock synchronisation 6.2. Logical clocks 6.3. Mutual exclusion 6.4. Global positioning of nodes 6.5. Election algoritms

9 Overview of the book Chapter 7: Consistency and replication
7.1. Introduction 7.2. Data-centric consistency models 7.3. Client-centric consistency models 7.4. Replication management 7.5. Consistency protocols Chapter 8: fault tolerancy 8.1. Introduction to fault tolerance 8.2. Process resilience 8.3. Reliable client-server communication 8.4. Reliable group communication 8.5. Distributed commit 8.6. Recovery

10 Overview of the book Chapter 10: distributed object-based systems
10.1. Architecture 10.2. Processes 10.3. Communication Chapter 11: distributed file systems 11.1. Architecture Chapter 12: distributed web-based systems 12.1. Architecture 12.2. Processes 12.3. Communication 12.6. Consistency and replication

11 Labo sessions & practica
Labo 1 & 2 (25% van de punten): Socket communication and datagrams in Java Labo 3 (25% van de punten): Remote Method Invocation in Java Labo 4 & 5 (50% van de punten): Remote Method Invocation in Java (extensions)

12 Labo sessions & practica
labo 1 en 2: Socket comm. and datagrams in Java uitvoeren op 30 september 2011 en 14 oktober 2011 indienen op 21 oktober 2011 verdedigen op 28 oktober 2011 labo 3: Remote Method Invocation (RMI) in Java uitvoeren op 28 oktober 2011 indienen op 11 november 2011 verdedigen op 18 november 2011 labo 4 en 5: JavaRMI - extensions uitvoeren op 18 november 2011 en 2 december 2011 indienen op 9 december 2011 verdedigen op 16 december 2011

13 Course evaluation Mondeling examen (10 punten) Labosessies (10 punten)
3 a 4 theorievragen Labosessies (10 punten) 3 verslagen en verdedigingen


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