Advanced Data Systems

Course provider



  • Copenhagen


To transform the sheer amount of complex data into timely discoveries that influence the society, data-intensive systems (including database system and machine learning platforms) must utilize the fullprocessing power offered by modern servers.

In this course, you will learn how to design, implement, and evaluate new components of a production-grade open-source data-intensive system. You will learn the techniques for data management on modern hardware (multi-cores, microsecond-scale storage, and 100 GBE) and apply them with hands-on experience with the internals of an open-source system


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Course provider



  • Copenhagen

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Aug. 1, 2022

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