This unit provides students with the knowledge of server administration, including database and operating system administration.
Content includes: database (DB) administration; operating system (OS) administration; system administration: network connection, data backup, software administration; TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) configuration; creating DNS (Domain Name Servers), firewalls, IPSec protocols.
|1.||Explain the fundamental principles of database, operating systems, and server administration to recommend functional solutions suitable in a range of small-scale operations;|
|2.||Develop basic server administration and maintenance skills to effectively manage a stable, small-scale networked environment; and|
|3.||Configure the functionality of simple, multi-component real-life network infrastructures to achieve effective communications in a variety of contexts.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Laboratory Work||Weekly Lab Assessments (10% each)||30%|
|Test||Mid-semester and Final tests||50%|
|Laboratory Work||Labs and Practical Knowledge Test (1 hour)||25%|
|Examination||Final Written Examination (3 hours)||50%|
Hands-On Microsoft Windows Server 2016 2nd
Palmer, M. (2018)
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