The Elements of Distributed Architecture

This course is an foundational introduction to the key elements of distributed software architecture with the goal of providing a common baseline of concepts and terminologies for teams working on distributed systems.
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This course is an foundational introduction to the key elements of distributed software architecture with the goal of providing a common baseline of concepts and terminologies for teams working on distributed systems.
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Introduction
26m 31s
Information
38m 40s
Communication
28m 37s
Protection
35m 27s
The Elements of Distributed Architecture is about the foundational elements of distributed architecture and about the ‘physics’ that affect distributed software designs. The goal of this course, which is designed to be independent of specific languages, technologies, and products, is to provide software teams with a shared baseline of concepts and terminologies in the areas of information management, communication, presentation, processing, failure management, security, and safety.
Table of Contents
Introduction
26m 31s
Information
38m 40s
Communication
28m 37s
Protection
35m 27s
Description
The Elements of Distributed Architecture is about the foundational elements of distributed architecture and about the ‘physics’ that affect distributed software designs. The goal of this course, which is designed to be independent of specific languages, technologies, and products, is to provide software teams with a shared baseline of concepts and terminologies in the areas of information management, communication, presentation, processing, failure management, security, and safety.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(215)
Duration
3h 40m
Released
20 Dec 2011
Course authors

Clemens Vasters is a Software Architect and currently works for Microsoft where he helps shaping the technical strategy for the Windows Azure Service Bus. Clemens has a long history educating developers, having taught some of the first available .NET training courses for developers in Europe in early 2002.

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