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Welcome to Distributed Systems. Welcome to Distributed Systems. Everything you need to know www.cs.northwestern.edu/~fabianb/classes/cs-495-w04.html Your instructor: Fabi á n Bustamante Your TA: Stefan Birrer Communication channels: Course webpage Blackboard for discussions

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Welcome to distributed systems

Welcome to Distributed Systems


Welcome to distributed systems1

Welcome to Distributed Systems

  • Everything you need to know

    www.cs.northwestern.edu/~fabianb/classes/cs-495-w04.html

  • Your instructor: Fabián Bustamante

  • Your TA: Stefan Birrer

  • Communication channels:

    • Course webpage

    • Blackboard for discussions

    • [email protected] for other questions


Materials

Materials

  • Distributed Systems: Principles and Paradigms., Andrew S. Tanenbaum and Maarten van Steen, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2002.

  • Papers: A set of papers that will be made available.


Approach

Approach

  • Lecture – 20-25’

  • 2x30’ paper presentation

    • 20’ presentation

    • 10’ discussion

  • Project

    • Group of 2+

    • Some ideas will be posted

  • Take-home exam


Outline

Outline

  • Introduction (1/6-1/8)

  • Wide-area distributed systems and PlanetLab (Date TBD

  • Communication (1/13-1/15

  • Processes (1/20-1/22)

  • Naming (1/27)

  • Synchronization (1/29-2/3)

  • Consistency and replication (2/5-2/10)

  • Fault tolerance (2/12-2/17)

  • Security (2/19-2/24)

  • Review of major distributed systems paradigms (2/26-3/4)

  • Project presentations (3/9-3/11)

  • Take-home exam (3/16)


Grading

Grading

  • Project 40%

  • Class participation 10%

  • In class presentation 15%

  • Final – take-home – exam 35%


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