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ICT Infrastructure of IS
The aim of this course is to acquaint students with basic concepts and operation of ICT infrastructure within the enterprise. After completion of this course students should be able to orientate in the basic terms of infrastructure and have sufficient information for the completion of follow-up subjects. Seminars are made as semester projects – the aim is to design a software infrastructure solutions (eg. an ordering system).
What are you going to learn
Introduction - Basic acquainting with the content and structure of the course lectures, forms of exam, what we mean by ICT infrastructure - servers, end-stations, system software, etc.
Terminal equipments - Segmentation of terminal equipments to the basic groups and their key features, advantages, disadvantages, classical use - workstations, desktop computers, notebooks, netbooks, smart phones + PDA.
Servers - Division of servers into basic categories - "Intel" based, AS/400, mainframe advantages disadvantages of space use, the classic division in terms of utilization of servers, used operation systems.
System software - Basic types of operation systems used on computers - Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, basic types of operation systems used on servers - Windows, Linux, HP Unix, AS/400, AIX, Solaris.
Databases and application server software - RDBMS Servers - Oracle, SQLServer, MySQL and PostgreSQL, application servers - division of the basic categories (web server + net application servers) - Apache, IIS, WebSphere and WebLogic.
Middleware and Communication Software - Integration platforms, system of queues for messaging systems, mail servers - used transport protocols, often used products (sendmail, MS Exchange Server, ...), jabber.
Network infrastructure - Basic elements of network infrastructure - wired (coax, twisted pair, optics) and wireless technologies, including technologies for mobile networks (Bluetooth, WiFi, WiMAX, GSM, UMTS, LTE).
Infrastructure Security - Security of infrastructure - separation the Internet from the network infrastructure (firewalls, VPN, DMZ), security of communication (antivirus, antispam, antiphising), ensuring the availability of infrastructure (clusters, geographic clusters, mirror disk arrays, etc.).
Infrastructure for voice - Classical transmission of voice (used codecs) vs. VOIP infrastructure (used codecs), the advantages and disadvantages of integration into the global ICT infrastructure.
Infrastructure monitoring - How it is possible to monitor the infrastructure, tools for monitoring infrastructure, SNMP Protocol.
How the course is organized
Full time study
The course consists of 12 lectures, each lasting 1,5 hours.
Part time study
The course consists of 3 tutorials, each lasting 3 hours.
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