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The Distributed Database Management System (DDBMS) is a type of DBMS that manages a number of databases that are collected and interconnected through a computer network at various locations. It offers mechanisms such that users who view the database as a single database remain oblivious to the distribution. The significant theories of distributed database systems are discussed in this tutorial. A variety of illustrations and examples were provided to help the students understand the complex concepts of DDBMS.
For students pursuing either a master's degree or a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, this tutorial has been prepared, especially if they have opted for distributed systems or distributed database systems as a subject.
An advanced subject that focuses on a type of database system is this tutorial. Therefore, it allows students to have a reasonably good understanding of the basic concepts of DBMS. Besides, an understanding of SQL is going to be an added benefit.
|1||Distributed DBMS Concepts|
|2||Distributed DBMS Distributed Databases|
|3||Distributed DBMS - Database Environments|
|4||Distributed DBMS - Design Strategies|
|5||Distributed DBMS - Distribution Transparency|
|6||Distributed DBMS - Database Control|
|7||DDBMS - Relational Algebra for Query|
|8||DDBMS - Query Optimization in Centralized Systems|
|9||DDBMS - Query Optimization in Distributed Systems|
|10||DDBMS - Transaction Processing Systems|
|11||DDBMS - Controlling Concurrency|
|12||DDBMS - Deadlock Handling|
|13||DDBMS - Replication Control|
|14||DDBMS - Failure & Commit|
|15||DDBMS - Database Recovery|
|16||DDBMS - Commit Protocols|
|17||DDBMS - Database Security & Cryptography|
|18||DDBMS - Security in Distributed Databases|