Distributed Databases
Course Description :

This course covers the principles of distributed databases and how they differ from centralized databases. It focuses on understanding the concepts of designing and managing distributed databases. Furthermore, the course introduces the problems of distributed data management, especially in the case of heterogeneous databases. The course will cover the most broadly adopted systems and techniques in the field of data integration for distributed environments, such as data warehousing, Big data management and NoSQL alternatives. Case studies in the field of healthcare information systems and e-commerce information systems are given as examples for data integration issues. The course will provide a cohesive overview regarding the importance of data management and data analytics in the era we are living.

Department :Computer Information Systems
Program :Bachelor of Computer Information Systems
Course Level :Bachelor
Course Outline :
1902425 Distributed Databases.pdf    

King Abdullah II School of Information Technology
Department of Computer Information Systems


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