SELECTED TOPICS ON SCALABLE AND ROBUST DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
This course presents fundamental concepts related to the design and implementation of distributed systems. The course teaches the abstractions, design and algorithms that enable the development of scalable and robust distributed systems. Topics include interprocess communication, clocks, replication, data consistency models, consistent hashing, and failure handling.
Antirequisite(s): Computer Science 4435A/B, if taken during the 2021-2022 academic year.