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Operating systems implementation

  • Class 30
  • Practice 30
  • Independent work 90
Total 150

Course title

Operating systems implementation

Lecture type

Elective

Course code

21-02-547

Semester

1

ECTS

5

Lecturers and associates

Course overview

Students will learn how to implement principles such as:
• Securing authentication systems for large-scale infrastructure
• Deploying necessary packages and services on open source operating systems
• Create infrastructure based on Microsoft or open source operating system

This module is important to support student's understanding and ability to implement large-scale infrastructure based on Microsoft or open source solutions. Students will also learn how to implement secure, centralized authentication system and do software deployment in compliance with a given scenario. It will also prepare students for more advanced topics orchestration and automatization that will be covered in the next modules.

After successfully passing this module students will be able to implement and maintain Microsoft or open source-based infrastructure on-premise. This knowledge and understanding can then be applied to subsequent modules where students learn about more advanced on-premise and cloud-based solutions. This will offer a chance for students to see the contrast and complexity that involves working with on-premise and cloud-based solutions.

Literature

Essential reading:
1. Krause, J. (2019) Mastering Windows Server 2019: The complete guide for IT professionals to install and manage Windows Server 2019 and deploy new capabilities, 2nd edition, Livery Place, 35 Livery Street, Birmingtham B3 2PB, Packt Publishing
2. Allen, F., Kesler, M., Saumik, P., Snehangashu K., Costea, V. (2019) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0 RH124 Red Hat System Administration I, Red Hat [s.l.]

Recommended reading:
1. Thomas, O. (2020) Windows Server 2019 Inside Out, Microsoft Press [s.l.]

Further reading:
1. Allen, F., Andrade, A., Quatremain H., Costea, V., Snehangashu K., Kesler, M., Saumik, P., (2019) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0 RH134 Red Hat System Administration II, Red Hat [s.l.]

Minimal learning outcomes

  • Recommend parameters for the implementation of authentication mechanisms for access to the infrastructure
  • Recommend the implementation of an infrastructure based on Microsoft technologies according to the given scenario
  • Select software components to implement an infrastructure based on open source technologies
  • Recommend the implementation of an infrastructure based on open source technologies according to the given scenario

Preferred learning outcomes

  • Suggest options and parameters for implementation of authentication mechanisms for access to the infrastructure
  • Suggest options for implementation of an infrastructure based on Microsoft technologies according to the given scenario
  • Justify software components for implementation of an infrastructure based on open source technologies
  • Suggest options for correct implementation of an infrastructure based on open source technologies according to the given scenario
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