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SEMSTER
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5




Virtualization & Cloud Computing


4 credits


UNIT 1:

Virtualization:
IT management overview, Overview of Virtualization, Overview of
server virtualization,
operating
-
system based virtualization,

hypervisor
-
based virtualization,
Virtualization
Performance vs. Traditional IT Performance
.


UNIT 2:

VMware and CPU Virtualization:
Overview of CPU virtualization,
The Challenges
of x86 Hardware Virtualization, Full Virtualization using Binary Translation, OS Assisted
Virtualization or Para virtualization,
Hardware Assisted Virtualization, VMware Approach to
Virtualization.


UNIT 3:

Memory and I/O virtualization:
Overview of memory virtualization, Overview of
Virtual LANs, Overview of virtual private networks, Device Virtualization, I/O architecture for
virtualizati
on, I/O virtualization for dummies.


UNIT 4:

Levels of Virtualizations:
an overview, Manually Virtualization Management (Level
1), Static Virtualization Management (Level 2). Active Virtualization Management (Level 3),
Dynamically Managed Virtualization (Level 4).


UNIT 5:

Virtualization Security Risks:
Unstructured Physical Boundaries, The Privileged
User and Unrestricted Privileged Access, auditing.


UNIT 6:

Introduction
-

Objectives, From collaborative to the Cloud


A short history Client


Server Computing, Peer
-
to
-
Peer Computing, Distributed Computing, Collaborative
Computing,Cloud Computing, Functioning of Cloud Computing, Cloud Architecture, Cloud
Storage, Cloud Se
rvices,Industrial Applications.


UNIT 7:

Business Values,

Introduction
-
Objectives, Service Modeling, Infrastructure
Services , Platform Services, Software Services
-

Software as service modes
-

Massively
scaled software as a service
-

Scale of Economy, Management an
d Administration.


UNIT 8:

Inside Cloud Computing
-

Introduction
-

Objectives, Feeling Sensational about
Organization, Making Strategy Decisions
-

Governance Issues
-

Monitoring Business
Processes
-

IT Cost Management,


UNIT 9:

Cloud Service Administration
-

Service Level Agr
eements and Monitoring
-

Support Services
-

Accounting Services, Resource Management
-

IT Security
-

Performance
Management
-

Provisioning
-

Service Management, Untangling Software Dependencies.


UNIT 10:

Cloud Computing Technology
-

Introduction
-
Objectives, Clients


Mob
ile


Thin


Thick, Security
-

Data Linkage
-

Offloading Work
-

Logging
-

Forensics
-

Development


Auditing, Network
-

Basic Public Internet
-

The Accelerated Internet
-

Optimised Internet
Overlay
-

Site
-
to
-
Site VPN
-

Cloud Providers
-

Cloud Consumers
-

Pipe S
ize
-

Redundancy,
Services
-

Identity
-

Integration
-

Mapping
-

Payments
-

Search.


UNIT 11:

Accessing the Cloud
-

Introduction
-
Objectives, Platforms
-

Web Application
Framework
-

Web Hosting Services
-

Proprietary Methods, Web

Applications
-

API’s in Cloud
Computing, Browsers for Cloud Computing
-

Internet Explorer
-

Mozilla Firefox
-

Safari
-

Chrome.


UNIT 12:

Data Management
-

Introduction
-

Objectives, Data Security
-

Data Location
-

Data
Control
-

Securing data for transport, Scalability an
d Cloud Services
-

Large Scale Data
Processing
-

Databases and Data Stores
-

Data Archival.



UNIT 13:

Discovery of Private and Hybrid Clouds
-

Introduction
-

Objectives, Need for
Privacy
-

Defining a private cloud
-

Public, Private, and Hybrid Clouds


A Comparison,
Ex
amining the Economics of the private cloud
-

Assessing capital expenditures
-

Vendor
Private Cloud Offerings, The Up Key Vendors
-

Service Oriented
-

Systems Integrators
-

Technology Enablers.


UNIT 14:

Cloud Computing Standards
-

Introduction
-

Objectives, Best Practice
s and
Standards, Practical Issues
-

Interoperability
-

Portability
-

Integration
-

Security, Standards
Organizations and Groups
-

Cloud Security Alliance
-

Distributed Management Task Force
(DMTF)
-

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
-

Open Clo
ud Consortium
(OCC)
-

Open Grid Forum (OGF)
-

Object Management Group (OMG)
-

Storage Networking
Industry Association (SNIA)
-

Cloud Computing Interoperability Forum (CCIF)
-

Vertical
Groups.


Principles of Disaster Recovery & High Availability



2 credits


UNIT 1:

Develop the contingency planning policy statement.

A formal policy provides
the authority and guidance necessary to develop an effective contingency plan.


UNIT 2:

Conduct the business impact analysis (BIA)
.

The
business impact analysis

helps
to identify and prioritize critical IT systems and components.


UNIT 3:

Identify preventive controls.

These are measures that reduc
e the effects of
system disruptions and can increase system availability and reduce contingency life cycle
costs.


UNIT 4:

Develop recovery strategies.

Thorough recovery strategies ensure that the
system can be recovered quickly and effectively following a disrupt
ion.


UNIT 5:

Develop an IT contingency plan.

The contingency plan should contain detailed
guidance and procedures for restoring a damaged system.


UNIT 6:

Plan testing, training and exercising.

Testing the plan identifies planning gaps,
whereas training prepares recovery

personnel for plan activation; both activities improve
plan effectiveness and overall agency preparedness.


UNIT 7:

Plan maintenance.

The plan should be a living document that is updated regularly
to remain current with system enhancements.


UNIT 8:

Techniques:

Backups,
Clustering, Replication, Virtualization


Server , Storage.


UNIT 9:

High
-
availability system architecture

-

high
-
availability management phases

-

measuring high availability
,
High availability with basic disaster recovery
,
high

availability
with disaster recovery

and

no data loss
,
extremely high availability with disaster recovery

and no data loss


UNIT 10:

Case Studies:
Blueprint for High
-
Availability File Servers,
Web Servers, DNS
Servers


IT
Infrastructure Management



4 credits


UNIT 1:

Infrastructure Management Overview
:
Definitions, Infrastructure management
activities, Evolutions of Systems since 1960s

(Mainframes
-
to
-
Midrange
-
to
-
PCs
-
to
-
Client
-
server computing
-
to
-
New age systems) and their

management, growth of internet, current
busines
s demands and IT systems issues, complexity

of today's computing environment,
Total cost of complexity issues, Value of Systems

management for business.


UNIT 2:

Preparing for Infrastructure Management
:
Factors to consider in designing IT
organizations and IT inf
rastructure, Determining

customer's Requirements, Identifying
System Components to manage, Exist Processes, Data,

applications, Tools and their
integration, Patterns for IT systems management, Introduction to

the design process for
information systems, Mod
els, Information Technology Infrastructure

Library (ITIL).



UNIT 3:

Service Delivery Processes
:
Service
-
level management, financial management
and costing, IT services continuity

management, Capacity manag
ement, Availability
management.


UNIT 4:

Service Support Processes
:
Configuration Management, Service desk. Incident
management. Problem management,

Change management, Release management.


UNIT 5:

Storage and Security Management
:
Introduction Security, Identity management,
Single sign
-
on, Access Management, Basics of

network sec
urity, LDAP fundamentals, Intrusion detection, firewall, security information

management


UNIT 6:

IT Ethics
:
Introduction to Cyber Ethics, Intellectual Property, Privacy and Law,
Computer Forensics, Ethics and Internet, Cyber Crimes



Reference Books:



Foundations of IT Service Management: based on ITIL, by Jan Van Bon, Van Haren

Publishing, 2nd edition 2005



High Availability: Design, Techniques, and Processe, by Floyd Piedad, Michael
Hawkins,

Prentice Hall, 2000



IT Organization: Building a Worldclass In
frastructure, by Harris Kem, Stuart Gaiup,
Guy

Nemiro,

Publisher: Prentice Hall, 2000



IT Systems Management: Designing, Implementing, and Managing World
-
Class

Infrastructures Rich Schiesser, Prentice Hall PTR; 2001


Conflict Management


4 credits


UNIT 1:

Conflic
t Management

UNIT 2:

Types of Conflicts

UNIT 3:

Dealing with Conflicts

UNIT 4:

Implementation of Models

UNIT 5:

Conflict Resolution Styles

UNIT 6:

Introduction to Negotiation

UNIT 7:

Types of Negotiation

UNIT 8:

Managing Conflicts

UNIT 9:

Problems in Negotiation



IMS Tools


Practical
-


4 credits


UNIT 1:

Nagios Tool

Network Management

Server Management

Security and Infrastructure management

UNIT 2:

Logical Volume Management (LVM) Tool

Storage management

UNIT 3:

Squirrel mail Tool

E
-
mail management

UNIT 4:

VNC Tool

Remote access and management

UNIT 5:

Overview of ERPNext, Adempiere, Fedena, HeliumV
, OFBiz, Postbooks Tools
used for Enterprise management





Network Monitoring System (NMS) Tools


Practical



4 c
redit
s

Sl.

No
.

Category

Lab Title

Description

1

configuration

Installing NMS

A step wise instruction to install
OpenNMS

tool and its requirement.

2

basic

Working with NMS

Recognize the various features of the
NMS and navigate through the tool.

3

accounting

Nodes in the network

Identify how many nodes are there in
your network by using the OpenNMS
tool.

4

accounting

Search for a node details

Using the search option in OpenNMS,
try to find out the details of a DHCP
server in your network.

5

Security and
Fault detection

Event Management

Create an event to log for
authentication failure.

6

Accounting

Interface failure

alarm

Make one of the interface down and
then up, check the alarms and note
down information related to it and its
severity depending on the colour.

7

Accounting

Outages

Make a router or a server down in the
network and verify if the log message
has been

generated in the outages.
Also verify the service lost and
regained time and its event ID

8

Accounting

Viewing Notifications

View all the notifications by providing
your user ID

9

Performance

Reporting

Generate a graph report for a node on
ICMP and HTTP

response time.
Assume any time period

10

Performance

Reporting

Generate a batch report for a
particular node in a calendar format.

11

Performance

Reporting

Generate resource graphs on SNMP
Interface data for a particular node.

12

Performance

Distributed poller status


13

Fault detection

Troubleshoot

You find some notifications saying a
device is down. Using OpenNMS,
reason out the various possibilities
and then troubleshoot to make the
device regain.


Resource Requirements:



OpenNMS



PostgreSQ
L



Java SE 6 or above (JDK)



JICMP