This course is for Summer Semester 2016. For registration, please use the TISS site. New information will be updated soon
The objective of this course is to introduce new concepts and techniques for developing and engineering advanced services in emerging distributed computing systems including IoT (Internet of Things), software-based and human-based services. In this course, we will introduce concepts of IoT and cloud platforms for IoT, data-as-a-service, data concerns, data market places and techniques for developing data intensive services by utlizing data services with compute services in cloud environments. Furthermore, we will investigate human-based services in engineering advanced data analytics and how to combine them with data and compute services. The course will provide hand-on experiences via real-world exercises and mini programming projects. The course will provide a great interaction between students and the instructor.
Currently there is no change in the syllabus
|4 Mar 2016, 11 am||Course Overview||Motivation and expectation of the course, and course administration|
|11 Mar 2016||NO LECTURE|
|18 Mar 2016||Emerging dynamic distributed systems and challenges for advanced services engineering||Discuss new types of distributed systems, challenges, emerging services engineering issues (e.g., complex service integration, multi-cloud environments, virtualization, Microservices, etc.)
|25 Mar 2016||Easter break|
|1 April 2016||Easter break|
|8 April 2016||IoT Cloud Systems||Overview of IoT cloud systems/cyber-physical systems: basic elements, models, engineering challenges
|15 April 2016||Scenario, application-specific services and platform services||Presentation and Discussion. Note: pls. submit your slides no later than 5pm, Thu 14.04
We will have the discussion in the Library/Seminar room, Distributed Systems Group, Argentinierstraße 8/184-1, 3rd Floor.
|22 April 2016||Data-as-a-Service Models and Engineering||Models of Data services, data concerns, and data concern evaluation
We will have the lecture in the Library/Seminar room, Distributed Systems Group, Argentinierstraße 8/184-1, 3rd Floor.
|29 April 2016||Data marketplaces: core models and concepts||types and models of data marketplaces, important engineering issues for data marketplaces
|6 May 2016||NO LECTURE||NO LECTURE|
|13 May 2016||Assignment discussion, Presentation of mini project proposals|
|20 May 2016||Advanced service-based data analytics: Models, Elasticity, and APIs||data analytics, API management|
|27 May 2016||NO LECTURE||NO LECTURE|
|3 June 2016||Quality-aware data analytics||data analytics, quality of analytics, elasticity based on quality of analytics|
|10 June 2016||Engineering human-based services in elastic systems||we will discuss about human-based services could be integrated with software-based services to provide advanced analytics|
|17 June 2016||Mini project presentation||Presentation and demo of mini projects|
|22 June - 10 July 2016||Final exam||Oral examination|
Assignments and project reports must be submitted to TUWEL.
you will (i) create an open source mini project using public git (such as github, bitbucket, or gitlab), (ii) develop the project, (iii)document the project with README file or HTML, (iv) Submit a presentation to TUWEL and make the code public, (v) finally you make a presentation/demo your project.
The prototpyes of the mini projects are available in Github: following this link