This hands-on course follows on from COMP 3705 or COMP 4704 and was developed to provide students the ability to configure and manage enterprise networks working in a team environment. COMP 4912 is the final core course in the Applied Network Administration and Design Associate Certificate. Students apply concepts in network design, Linux, Microsoft Windows server and security in the virtual environment. Labs and exercises include monitoring and maintenance strategies. Topics include: Organizing and documenting network artifacts; Template and cloning virtual images; Networking virtualization; Deployment automation and post provisioning; Virtual memory and configuration considerations; Management of resource pools and Virtual I/O considerations and optimization practices. Group discussions and projects start with planning virtual networks, infrastructure planning, documentation and implementation. Labs and exercises use virtual technology to combine commercial and open source solutions to manage an enterprise environment. Participants will be able to identify parts of and explain the role of a virtual network. Additional topics include: reporting, templates, deployment, performance considerations, backup and disaster recovery strategies, storage considerations and troubleshooting. Upon successful completion students will be able to use layers of virtualization to design and build a secure and scalable enterprise network. COMP 4912 is offered once a year in January.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Effective as of Fall 2015
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