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Advanced administration of operating systems

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

Course title

Advanced administration of operating systems

Lecture type

Obligatory

Course code

21-00-536

Semester

4

ECTS

5

Lecturers and associates

Course overview

The objective of this module is to enable students to:
• expand the knowledge of administration of Microsoft Windows Server operating systems in more complex environments
• expand on knowledge of managing additional services in environments based on Microsoft Windows Server operating system

This module furthers students practical knowledge and understanding of the administration of Microsoft Windows Server operating systems. The aim of this module is for students to learn how to use new services for storage and network capabilities to create a resilient, highly available environment, as well as processes of upgrade from old to new version of Microsoft Windows Server.

It is essential for students to take this module as it will enable them to get much more insight into administration of Microsoft Windows Server, which is very important for their future job prospects as system engineers. It will also prepare them for some future modules related to cloud technologies as it's impossible to manage cloud-based environment without deep knowledge of hosted solutions.

Literature

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

Recommended reading:
1. Thomas, O. (2017) Windows Server 2016 Inside Out, [s.l.]: Microsoft Press

Further 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

Minimal learning outcomes

  • Select options for implementing a block storage system
  • Select options for share-storage systems
  • Argue the application of data storage systems, elimination of redundant data, data encryption, file classification and service quality
  • Support the management mechanism of certification and public key infrastructure for remote access and connection technologies for large enterprise systems
  • Evaluate technologies of high availability and fault tolerance of Windows Server operating systems and services
  • Argue concepts related to upgrading and migrating data and services on Windows Server technologies

Preferred learning outcomes

  • Critically argue options for implementing a block storage system
  • Critically argue options for share-storage systems
  • Defend stance on the application of data storage systems, elimination of redundant data, data encryption, file classification and service quality
  • Suggest options the management mechanism of certification and public key infrastructure for remote access and connection technologies for large enterprise systems
  • Suggest options for high availability and fault tolerance of Windows Server operating systems and services
  • Suggest options and migration paths for upgrading and migrating data and services on Windows Server technologies
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