SIT322 - Distributed Systems
|Year||2015 unit information|
|Enrolment modes:||Trimester 1: Burwood (Melbourne), Waurn Ponds (Geelong), Cloud (online)|
|Previously coded as:||SCC387, SCC321|
SIT202 plus one of SIT102 or SIT203
2 x 1 hour class per week, 2 x 1 hour practical per week
Note:You will need to access substantial learning resources and experiences in CloudDeakin (Deakin’s online learning environment). Compliance with the Standards in computing, connectivity and student capability are a condition on your enrolment.
This unit provides insights to distributed systems and applications by defining the basic issues of design, implementation and integration of such systems. Basic concepts including integration, services and SOA, operating systems of distributed systems, distributed applications development, messaging systems and middleware are covered. Students will investigate the influence of distribution on operations performed on data, resource/object management and building applications by using Microsoft .NET framework, and data transformation to deal with distribution and system integration. Students will develop a distributed application that integrates an SQL database, an ASP.NET web form, a concurrent component processing business logic rules and an instance of messaging queue used in industry. A good programming background in C# is highly recommended for those who wish to achieve a high standard of this unit.
Examination 60%, three assignments (10%, 15%, 15%) 40%. To be eligible to obtain a pass in this unit, students must achieve at least 40% in the examination, at least 50% of the assignment component and an overall mark of 50%.
Unit Fee Information
|Student Contribution Rate*||Student Contribution Rate**||Fee rate - Domestic Students||Fee rate - International students|
* Rate for all CSP students, except for those who commenced Education and Nursing units pre 2010
** Rate for CSP students who commenced Education and Nursing units pre 2010
Please note: Unit fees listed do not apply to Deakin Prime students.