Checking date: 22/05/2019


Course: 2019/2020

Database design and administration
(15809)
Study: Bachelor in Computer Science and Engineering (218)


Coordinating teacher: IGLESIAS MAQUEDA, ANA MARIA

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Type: Electives
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS

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Files and Data bases
Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results. Further information on this link
General competences: - Abstraction (PO a) - Analysis and Synthesis (PO a) - Organize and Planning (PO a) - Communication of conclusions (PO g) - Problem solving in new or known environments (PO c) - Capacity of differentiate and make critical analysis of problem¿s solutions (PO c) - Teamwork (PO d) - Capacity of applying theoretical concepts (PO c) - Capacity of integrating concepts and making critical analysis (PO c) Specific competences - Cognitive (PO a) 1. Theoretical knowledge about database methodologies and data models 2. Theoretical knowledge about conceptual, logical and physical database design. 3. Basic theoretical knowledge about database administration: system security, data integrity, backup and data recovery. 4. Theoretical knowledge about monitoring and optimization of the performance of the database and selects. 5. Theoretical knowledge about databases paradigms, technologies and architectures. 6. Theoretical basic knowledge about database administration and maintenance of databases (CECRI5). 7. Theoretical basic knowledge about the use and programming of databases (CGB4). - Procedimental/Instrumental (PO a, g, k) 1. Use of Database Design Methodologies 2. Conceptual Design, Standard Logical Design and Specific Logical Design based on data models. 3. Analysis of data redundancy or insert, delete or updates anomalies. 4. Administration of databases, physical design and database tuning using a commercial Database Management System (DBMS) as Oracle. 5. Use of administration tools and tuning tools in a commercial DBMS 6. Practical cases guaranteeing data integrity, availability and consistency in databases 7. Ability to actively participate in the specification, design, implementation and maintenance of information systems and communication (CESI3) 8. Use ICT efficiently means to write technical reports and project reports and papers on Information Technology (CG9) - Attitudinal (PO c, d, f) 1. Creativity: Discover new ideas and solve problems in new environments 2. Capacity to make diagrams, structuring knowledge 3. Interest for the quality of the work 4. Motivation for the success 5. Interest for investigating and finding solutions to new problems 6. Capacity to differentiate and make critical analysis of problem¿s 7. Capacity of setting out and discuss different solutions to the same problem, contrasting and comparing different solutions. 8. Capacity of communication 9. Be able to present and discuss proposals on teamwork, demonstrating personal and social skills that enable it to assume different responsibilities within the same (CG7)
Description of contents: programme
Database systems, database paradigms, database methodologies, data models, basics about database administration (security and confidentiality; tuning and recovery; data integrity; concurrency and consistency), database design, database tuning and query optimization, distributed databases, parallel databases, analytical databases, NoSQL data storage systems, database trends. PROGRAM: TOPIC 1. Introduction to Database Systems Item 1.1. Definitions and Concepts Item 1.2 Database Paradigms TOPIC 2: Database methodologies Item 2.1. Phases. Item 2.2. Components Item 2.3. Proposed methodology for Relational Design TOPIC 3: Conceptual Design: The model E / R Item 3.1. Introduction to E / R Item 3.2. Basic components: Entities, Attributes, Domains and Interrelations Item 3.3. Generalizations / Specializations Item 3.4. N-ary relationships Item 3.5. Control of Redundancy TOPIC 4: Logic Design. Transformation from E/R Model to Relational Model Item 4.1. Refreshing Concepts of Relational Model Item 4.2. Transformation of components from E/R TOPIC 5: Database Administration Item 5.1. Fundamentals of Database Administration Item 5.2. Physical design Item 5.3. Security and Privacy Item 5.4. Recovery and Concurrency Item 5.5. Query Optimization ITEM 6: Distributed and Parallel data storage systems Item 6.1. Distributed systems Item 6.2. Parallel systems ITEM 7: Analytical Databases Item 7.1. Introduction Item 7.2 Transactional Systems vs Analytical Systems ITEM 8: NoSQL Data storage systems Item 7.1. Introduction and motivation Item 7.2. Key-value data stores Item 7.3. Document-based data stores Item 7.4. Column-based data stores Item 7.5. Graph-based data stores
Learning activities and methodology
1) Theoretical lectures: 1.5 ECTS. To achieve the specific cognitive competences of the course (PO a). 2) Practical lectures: 1,5 ECTS. To develop the specific instrumental competences and most of the general competences, such as analysis, abstraction, problem solving and capacity to apply theoretical concepts. Besides, to develop the specific attitudinal competences. During the practical lectures, practical cases are developed incorporating all studied techniques and methods (PO a, c, d, f, g, k) (CESI3, CECRI5, CGB4, CG9, CG7). 3) Guided academic activities (present teacher): 0.1 ECTS. Critical analysis of problems¿ solutions. (PO a, c, d, g) (CESI3, CG7) 4) Guided academic activities (absent teacher): 1.9 ECTS. Exercises, Documentation of practical activities and complementary readings (PO a, c, d, f, g) (CESI3, CECRI5, CGB4, CG9, CG7). 5) Exercises and examination: 1 ECTS. To complete the development of specific cognitive and procedimental capacities (PO a, c) (CESI3).
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 50
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 50
Basic Bibliography
  • Pramod J. Sadalage & Martin Fowler. NoSQL Distilled: A Brief Guide to the Emerging World of Polyglot Persistence. Addison-Wesley Professional. 2012
  • Craig Mullins . Database Administration: The Complete Guide to Practices and Procedures. Addison-Wesley Professional. 2012
  • Date, C.J.. An Introduction to Database Systems (8th Edition). Prentice Hall (2004).
  • Oracle. Oracle Administración de Oracle 10G. http://download-uk.oracle.com/docs/cd/B19188_01/doc/B15921/toc.htm.
  • Oracle. Oracle Database Administrator Guide. 11g. Release2 . http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e25494.pdf. 2014
  • R Ramakrishnan, J Gehrke. Database Management Systems - 3rd Edition. McGraw-Hill. 2013
  • Saeed K. Rahimi, Frank S. Haug. Distributed Database Management Systems. IEEE Computer Society. 2010
  • Thomas LaRock. DBA Survivor: Become a Rock Star DBA. ebook. 2014
Additional Bibliography
  • A. de Miguel, P. Martínez, E. Castro, J.M: Cavero, D. Cuadra, A. Iglesias, C. Nieto. Diseño de Bases de Datos: Problemas Resueltos. RA-MA (2001).
  • Biju Thomas. OCA: Oracle Database 12c Administrator Certified Associate Study Guide. Wiley / Sybex. 2014
  • D. Cuadra, E. Castro, A. Iglesias, P. Martínez, F.J. Calle, C. de Pablo, H. Al-Jumaily y L. Moreno. Desarrollo de Bases de Datos. Casos Prácticos desde el análisis a la implementación (1ª edición). RA-MA. 2007
  • De Miguel, A. y Piattini, M.. Fundamentos y Modelos de Bases de Datos. RA-MA (1999).
  • Elmasri y Navathe. Fundamentals of Database Systems, fourth edition. Pearson Addison Wesley, (2003).
  • Levene, M. y Loizou, G.. A Guided Tour of Relational Databases and Beyond. Springer Verlag (1999).
  • Silberschatz, A.; Korth, H.; Sudarshan, S.. Fundamentos de bases de datos (5ª edición). McGraw-Hill /Interamericana Mexico (2005).

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