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* Labs are mandatory (at least minimum level)

Revision as of 14:49, 6 October 2017


I803,385 IT Infrastructure services

Introduction

This is the home page of courses I803 and I385 for both daily and contact students.

Lecturer

Andres Septer >> andres (.) septer (ät) itcollege (.) ee

form of graduation

Comprehensive examination, ECTS 6 I803, ECTS 5 I385

Important links

Structure

  • Lectures (I explain stuff)
  • Excercises – practical tasks with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions. Practicing themes discussed in lectures.
  • Labs – same as exercises, except no step-by-step instructions. You have to find all the necessary information by yourself (Though there is some hints) and solve the problems independedly.

Premises

  • Basic understanding how Operating System and services work
  • Basic Linux shell experience
  • Basic understanding how TCP/IP networking works

We DO repeat some (critical) stuff you learned previously (but not all)

Topics covered

  • Introduction. Seminar: IT Infrastructure and it's components.
  • core services: DHCP, DNS, NTP jms.
  • web services (from Infra admin point of view)
  • * Backup and Archive
  • Monitoring and log aggregation
  • Redundancy and high availability (covered within other topics mostly)
  • Documentation and Configuration Management
  • Virtualization
  • How stuff are different, dealing with REAL HARDWARE
  • Additional topics may add up

To Grade

  • You do series of labs (marked as MANDATORY) and present to lecturer.
  • LABs in I-TEE environment (LABS II will be don DURING LESSONS). Schedule will be presented by lecturer during course.
  • LABS in E-LAB environment are done AT HOME. Due date - end of semester. Suggested schedule included with labs.
  • All labs have minimum achievements that MUST be met.
  • Labs are mandatory (at least minimum level)
  • Labs must be ready at due date

2017 autumn

Materials

Exercizes I i-tee (those exercizes are VOLUNTEER, but HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)

Those exercizes are done it i-tee ENV [1]

LABS I in ELAB environment (those LABS are MANDATORY)

LABS are done it elab ENV [2] Those LABS contain on-line instructions and are meant to complete at HOME

  • Learning Space - VyOS - Firewall (all three parts)
  • Learning Space - Monitoring
  • Learning Space - HTTPS Security

If those LABs are not available when you log to e-lab environment, inform Lecturer immediately.

LABS II

LABS ARE MANDATORY Those labs are done it i-tee ENV [3]