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Principles of Distributed Database Systems (Englisch)


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“This is an excellent book that provides an in-depth overview of all issues related to distributed data management. … Each chapter … ends with a conclusion that provides a nice summary and additional reflections, as well as bibliographic notes. … The book ends with an extensive list of references and an index. … Instructors of advanced database courses could use this book as a textbook. It would also interest researchers on topics related to distributed data management. I highly recommend this excellent book.” (Sergio Ilarri, ACM Computing Reviews, August, 2011)

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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

M. Tamer Özsu is a professor of computer science at the University of Waterloo, Canada. He has been conducting research in distributed data management for thirty years. He serves on the editorial boards of many journals and book series, and is also the co-editor-in-chief, with Ling Liu, of the Encyclopedia of Database Systems. Patrick Valduriez is a senior researcher at INRIA, France and the head of the Zenith research group pursuing research in scientific data management in distributed systems. He has also served as a professor of computer science at University Paris 6. He has authored and co-authored over 200 technical papers and several books. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Gebundene Ausgabe.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Very well written and it contains all important algorithms 30. Juni 1999
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This books is a must for someone who is not familiar with distributed databases (both for graduate students and practitioners). It will quickly bring you up to speed. It contains enough depth with respect to the algorithms to give the reader a good grasp of the concepts. However, if the reader wants to implement the concepts then he needs to have systems experience. The book does not contain enough implementation details with respect to real systems. In the next edition, for each of the chapters the authors should talk about the algorithms used by real commercial products (such as Oracle, Informix and DB2). The parallel database chapter and the object databases chapter are both for the most part excellent. The book does not contain replication consistency protocols and the object DBMS transaction section is quite weak. The second edition is definitely a major improvement over the first edition and this book is definitely Number 1 in the distributed databases area.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good resource for advanced readers interested in theory 30. November 1999
Von William M. Swartz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm a practicing DB engineer. I bought the book since it seems to be a popular graduate level textbook, and I needed to expand my understanding of distributed, federated, and multi-database systems. The book provides a broad overview of concepts and alternative architectures. There is some detailed theory in the text, which won't be useful to most DB practicioners, but if you prefer diving right into the deep end of new topics, this book is a good place to start. No info in this book on specific products or vendor approaches. I'm still climbing this learning curve, so I can't compare this to other books that are widely available (several dozen right here on Amazon.com.) A related topic, apparently still being researched, is database integration. This book touches on that topic (without calling it that), but so far the best info I've found is in IEEE and SIGMOD journals. I don't have any complaints about readability, perhaps because I bought the book expecting to take plenty of time studying it.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent textbook for a Distributed Databases course 2. Mai 2011
Von Avigdor Gal - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A typical database course should cover design aspects, query processing, and transaction management. My course is structured along these lines and the book provides the coverage I need. I find all three topics: design, query processing, and transaction management, equally challenging. They all involve conceptual understanding and algorithmic depth.

Generally speaking, the authors did a good job in compiling multiple research efforts into a coherent textbook. The textbook has a leading (rather simple) case study example that serves well in tying together different research efforts. At times, this effort trivializes matters and this is where I, as an instructor, should step in and provide some additional explanation. The manuscript provides a good depth in both conceptual and algorithmic solutions. The use of examples throughout improves understanding a lot, especially for undergrads. The example is mostly clear.

This textbook is the only textbook I know of that provides technical depth for the area of distributed databases. This is important when teaching engineering students.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen review on Ozsu-Valuriez's book 12. Februar 2013
Von Stéphane Gançarski - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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We already use the second edition of ozsu-valuriez's book for our courses on distributed databases at UPMC. With the new topics covered by this third edition (P2P systems and Web data management for instance), it covers all major topics we need for our courses. The major concept that are imperative are the following : distributed databases design, distributed query optimization and distributed transaction management, since those concepts appear in every kind of distributed data management approach.
I particularly appreciate the fact that basic database concepts are introduced and explained, before dealing specific issues related with data distribution. This makes the book self-contained, which is economically interesting.
Figures and examples are clear, the text does not include noisy information (as some books do). As already mentioned, the book can serve for beginners (as it includes basic concepts) but also references and citation help interested readers to go beyond the presented materials. Particularly, I like the formalism which is always at a good level of granularity and the examples that illustrate very well the issues.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A great book with the principles needed for cloud data management 13. Februar 2013
Von Ricardo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a very useful book. Despite the name, this book is covering the principles of many fundamental techniques that one has to master to architect cloud data management solutions. It is a must-read for those people interested in mastering this area. It covers the foundations for distributed data management providing a very good coverage of the main techniques and providing pointers to the most relevant papers on each area to go deeper when needed.
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