Distributed systems : principles and paradigms
Auteurs : TANENBAUM Andrew S., VAN STEEN Martin
- For courses on Distributed Systems, Distributed Operating Systems, and Advanced Operating Systems focusing on distributed systems found in departments of Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering.
- Distributed systems are common. Computer scientists and engineers need to understand how the principles and paradigms underlying distributed systems software and be familiar with several real world examples. No other book systematically examines the underlying principles and how they are applied to a wide variety of distributed systems with the depth and clarity of this presentation.
6. Consistency and Replication.
7. Fault Tolerance.
9. Distributed Object-Based Systems.
10. Distributed File Systems.
11. Distributed Document-Based Systems.
12. Distributed Coordination-Based Systems.
13. Bibliography and Suggested Readings.
- First part of the book dedicates one chapter to each of seven key principles of all distributed systems -Communication, processes, naming, synchronization, consistency and replication, fault tolerance, and security, provides students with an understanding of the key principles, paradigms, and models on which all distributed systems are based.
- Second part of the book devoted to real-world distributed case studies - Includes examples of object-based, document-based, file-based, and coordination-based systems including Corba, DCOM, Globe, NFS v4, Coda, WWW, and Jini.
- Numerous end-of-chapter exercises - explain how the various principles of distributed systems work in practice.
- 'Big picture' concepts and many technical details presented in a clear and entertaining style as
Date de parution : 10-2001
Ouvrage de 802 p.
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