NYU CSCI-GA 3033 - Course Introduction & Lab Intro (41 pages)

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Csci-Ga 3033 - Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing Documents

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Distributed systems Fall 2009 G22 3033 001 Lec 1 Course Introduction Lab Intro Know your staff Instructor Prof Jinyang Li me jinyang cs nyu edu Office Hour Tue 5 6pm 715 Bway Rm 708 TA Bonan Min min cs nyu edu Office Hour Tue 3 4pm 715 Bway Rm 705 Important addresses Class webpage http www news cs nyu edu jinyang fa09 Check regularly for announcements reading questions Sign up for class mailing list g22 3033 001 fa09 cs nyu edu We will email announcements using this list You can also email the entire class for questions share information find project member etc Staff mailing list includes just me and Bonan dss staff cs nyu edu This class will teach you Basic tools of distributed systems Abstractions algorithms implementation techniques System designs that worked Build a real system Synthesize ideas from many areas to build working systems Your and my goal address new unsolved system challenges Who should take this class Pre requisite Undergrad OS Programming experience in C or C If you are not sure do Lab1 asap Course readings No official textbook Lectures are based on mostly research papers Check webpage for schedules Useful reference books Principles of Computer System Design Saltzer and Kaashoek Distributed Systems Tanenbaum and Steen Advanced Programming in the UNIX environment Stevens UNIX Network Programming Stevens Course structure Lectures Read assigned papers before class Answer reading questions hand in answers in class Participate in class discussion 8 programming Labs Build a networked file system with detailed guidance Project workload is equivalent to 2 labs Extend the lab file system in any way you like How are you evaluated Class participation 10 Participate in discussions hand in answers Labs 45 Project 15 In teams of 2 people Demo in last class Short paper 4 pages Quizzes 30 mid term and final 90 minutes each Questions What are distributed systems Multiple hosts A network cloud Hosts cooperate to provide a unified service Examples Why distributed



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