Hajautetut järjestelmät

Networking and Services
Advanced studies
This course presents the basic concepts and solution principles of distributed systems. The main topics are synchronization, consistency, fault tolerance, distributed consensus, and security. The course considers different kinds of distributed systems, from modern warehouse-scale datacenters to wide-area, loosely-coupled distributed systems. The focus is on gaining an understanding on how modern distributed systems are designed and built and what are their theoretical underpinnings. The course covers the basic algorithms of distributed systems and the current state of research in the area. Course material: Largely based on research articles and supplemental material. Selected material from the book "Barroso, L. A., Clidaras, J. and Hölzle, U.: The Datacenter as a Computer¿. (book is available online)
Year Semester Date Period Language In charge
2005 spring 20.01-18.03. Finnish


Time Room Lecturer Date
Thu 10-12 D122 20.01.2005-18.03.2005
Fri 10-12 D122 20.01.2005-18.03.2005

Exercise groups

Group: 1
Time Room Instructor Date Observe
Wed 14-16 C222 Mika Karlstedt 24.01.2005—17.03.2005
Group: 2
Time Room Instructor Date Observe
Thu 8-10 DK117 Timo Alanko 24.01.2005—17.03.2005 Ryhmä on peruutettu!
Group: 3
Time Room Instructor Date Observe
Thu 8-10 B119 Mika Karlstedt 24.01.2005—17.03.2005