Fundamentals of Client/Server Computing

PT1137
Summary
A comprehensive course on the analysis and logical design of application systems within a client/server environment. Server-side database analysis will utilize entity-relationship (ER) data modeling techniques. Database design will focus on relational database systems with special attention given to data distribution. Client-side application analysis will apply object-oriented event modeling techniques.
Prerequisites
The student must have knowledge of any relational DBMS (e.g., DB2, ORACLE, Sybase)
Duration
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is intended for professional analysts, designers and managers.
Topics
  • Formulate a conceptual data model
  • Transform a conceptual data model to a relational DBMS design
  • Perform access modeling to partition and allocate data accross multiple servers
  • Represent an application as an event model

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