Distributed Database Systems DDBS20

Lecturer: Michael Böhlen
Assistant: Kevin Wellenzohn
Teaching language: German or English (English lecture notes, exercises, exam, and text book)
Term: Fall 2020

Objectives: The course discusses concepts and techniques for the management of distributed data using distributed database management systems. We consider architecture, database design, query processing, and transaction management for distributed databases.

Teaching format: The course consists of lectures and a course project.

Textbook: The course is based on the book Principles of Distributed Database Systems from Tamer Öszu and Patrick Valduriez, Springer, 4th edition, 2019.

OLAT: All course material, the project description, etc. can be found on OLAT.