The „In-Memory Data Management" MOOC in 2017 is the fifth iteration of Prof. Hasso Plattner's successful introduction into the inner mechanics of this recent technology. It is a repetition of the 2015 course and builds on the same, revised material. The course focuses on the management of enterprise data in column-oriented in-memory databases. Latest hardware and software trends led to the development of a new revolutionary database technology that enables flexible and lightning-fast analysis of massive amounts of enterprise data. The basic concepts and design principles of this technology are explained in detail. Beyond that, the implications of the underlying design principles for future enterprise applications and their development are discussed. The MOOC will explain in detail the differences and advantages of an in-memory column-oriented database in contrast to traditional row-oriented disk-based storages.
• Requirements for Modern Enterprise Computing, Enterprise Application Characteristics • Hardware Trends, Columnar Storage vs. Row Storage • Dictionary Encoding, Compression • Scans, Selects, Deletes, Inserts, Updates • Indices, Joins • Applications
Participants of this course will receive access to the extensive reading material accompanying the lectures.
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This course was held from Sep 18, 2017 through Nov 18, 2017.
7362 learners enrolled.
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Prof. Dr. h.c. Hasso Plattner is the chair of the "Enterprise Platform and Integration Concepts" research group at HPI. His research group focuses mainly on in-memory data management for enterprise applications and human-centered software design.
He is co-founder of SAP AG, where he served as the CEO until 2003 and has since been chairman of the supervisory board. SAP AG is the leading provider of enterprise software solutions. In his role as chief software advisor, he concentrates on defining the mid- and long-term technology strategy and direction of SAP.