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The Erasmus IP “Deploying IT infrastructure solutions“ is for the 2nd and 3 rd  year students for gaining knowledge and skills on planning, designing and deploying IT infrastructure solutions in the small and mid size companies.
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The IP overall objective is to provide the students with a theoretical and practical knowledge of main problems existing in small and mid size companies’ IT infrastructures, implementing the knowledge and skills in developing real-life IT projects during the IP in a multicultural environment.
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The further objective is to create a larger understanding in designing and deploying various solutions for IT infrastructure and to create a desire to innovate and develop students for new solutions in this area.
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At the beginning of the course an overview of the new technological solutions and existing case-studies of small and mid size companies will be given. The main activity in the program is to design and deploy prototype (proof of concept) IT infrastructure solution for the small size company. Besides the hands- on experience, the students will gain theoretical knowledge of the IT infrastructure solutions life cycle, project management and working in multicultural teams
  
  

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Introduction

This is short introduction for this great event. The Erasmus IP “Deploying IT infrastructure solutions“ is for the 2nd and 3 rd year students for gaining knowledge and skills on planning, designing and deploying IT infrastructure solutions in the small and mid size companies. The IP overall objective is to provide the students with a theoretical and practical knowledge of main problems existing in small and mid size companies’ IT infrastructures, implementing the knowledge and skills in developing real-life IT projects during the IP in a multicultural environment. The further objective is to create a larger understanding in designing and deploying various solutions for IT infrastructure and to create a desire to innovate and develop students for new solutions in this area. At the beginning of the course an overview of the new technological solutions and existing case-studies of small and mid size companies will be given. The main activity in the program is to design and deploy prototype (proof of concept) IT infrastructure solution for the small size company. Besides the hands- on experience, the students will gain theoretical knowledge of the IT infrastructure solutions life cycle, project management and working in multicultural teams


Benefits for Students

We offer a two weeks there students can put into good use the knowledge that they have from previous studies. Assignments are more practical and related to real-life problems.

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Student gets:

  • International team-work experience
  • Real assignment solving experience (real client, solid deadline)
  • Honest evaluation of skills and knowledge
  • Chance to work on tight schedule
  • Improve the documentation and presentation skills
  • Nice line in CV and nice solution what can be shown in interviews

Requirements for Students

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In order to successfully end the programme students have to:

  • Participate in lectures
  • Be active and contributing member of the team
  • Present the teamwork results at the end of each workday
  • Make documentation for the prototype
  • Present solution or prototype to the assignment proposer

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Partners

IP Project Partners

Assignments Partners

Timetable

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Assignments

Security testing of web application.

Description

Learn about the security of web applications. Find vulnerabilities from known vulnerable web applications. Find not known vulnerabilities of development version of web application Study Information Portal (Used by eleven universities of applied science in Estonia) File report that describes methods, tests and findings.

Expected outcome

Description of testing methods and findings (all vulnerabilities that students found in development environment) as testing report.

Expectations from students

Understanding web applications (What is difference of GET and POST, how sessions work, what is header etc). Knowledge of at least one web programming language (php, java, ruby, C#, python is preferred)

Lectures support

Several security related topics will covered during lectures and practical classes before starting actual testing. Lecture covers several attack types and vulnerabilities like SQL injection, cmd injection, XSS, CSRF etc. Practical classes based on DVWA (Damn Vulnerable Web Application) After lectures and practical classes students will get access to web application development environment for practical work.

Lecturer: Margus Ernits (Estonian IT College)

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