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Cloud Computing (WS1617)

A distributed system consists of several independent computers that communicate with each other over a network. Different distributed system architectures exist in the computer science. The most popular architecture is the Client-Server model. But especially in the parallel computing field, exist among others, Cluster Computing and Cloud Computing.

Cloud Computing implies scalable services and the consolidation of compute and storage resources in large-scale resource centers. This consolidation offers the opportunity to redistribute resources, which have been used so far to keep the own resources running. At the same time, the users of a Cloud infrastructure services have the freedom to use their desired operating systems, programming languages ​​and applications.

In this course, the fundamentals of Cloud Computing and related technologies are discussed. Practical exercises are an important part of this course because they are essential for thee understanding of these technologies.

Auxiliary Material during the Exam

Each participant is allowed to use a calculator and to bring a self prepared and handwritten DIN-A4 sheet whose content is free into the exam. Attention: Only a single side of the DIN-A4 sheet is allowed to be used! Only handwritten originals are allowed but no copies.

Schedule of the Course

The exercise session always takes place on Wednesday between 11:30-13:00 in room 1-129.

Date Time Room Event Topics

Slides Sets

  Slide sets Topics
Slide set 1 in English language  
Slide set 2 in English language  
Slide set 3 in English language  
Slide set 4 in English language  
Slide set 5 in English language  
Slide set 6 in English language  
Slide set 7 in English language  
Slide set 8 in English language  
Slide set 9 in English language  
Slide set 10 in English language  

Exercise Sheets

  Exercise sheets Topics Solutions  
Exercise Sheet 1 in English language   Solution of Exercise Sheet 1 in English language  
Exercise Sheet 2 in English language   Solution of Exercise Sheet 2 in English language  
Exercise Sheet 3 in English language   Solution of Exercise Sheet 3 in English language  
Exercise Sheet 4 in English language   Solution of Exercise Sheet 4 in English language  
Exercise Sheet 5 in English language   Solution of Exercise Sheet 5 in English language  
Exercise Sheet 6 in English language   Solution of Exercise Sheet 6 in English language  
Exercise Sheet 7 in English language   Solution of Exercise Sheet 7 in English language  
Exercise Sheet 8 in English language   Solution of Exercise Sheet 8 in English language  
Exercise Sheet 9 in English language      
Exercise Sheet 10 in English language      

Special Tasks

Tasks Sort of Service Students Date Presentations
11.01.2017 PDF
   
08.02.2017;  
18.01.2017  
   
01.02.2017  
   
18.01.2017 PDF
08.02.2017  
18.01.2017  
21.12.2016 PDF
   

Exams

Semester Exams Time limit University Sample solutions
Klausur vom SS2014 in englischer Sprache   90 Minutes Sample Solution of the exam of WS1314 in english language  
  Klausur vom WS1314 in deutscher Sprache 60 Minutes   Musterlösung der Klausur vom WS1314 in deutscher Sprache
Klausur vom WS1314 in englischer Sprache   90 Minutes    
  Klausur vom WS1112 in deutscher Sprache 60 Minutes   Musterlösung der Klausur vom WS1112 in deutscher Sprache
  Klausur vom SS2011 in deutscher Sprache 60 Minutes   Musterlösung der Klausur vom SS2011 in deutscher Sprache
  Klausur vom WS1011 in deutscher Sprache 60 Minutes   Musterlösung der Klausur vom WS1011 in deutscher Sprache
  Klausur vom SS2010 in deutscher Sprache 60 Minutes   Musterlösung der Klausur vom SS2010 in deutscher Sprache

Contact

The best way to reach me is via email: christianbaun@fb2.fra-uas.de


Prof. Dr. Christian Baun
Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
(1971-2014: Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main)
Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering
Last updated: February 8th 2017
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