Database Server Administration
Students work with an industry-leading database server, practicing skills and technologies required to install, replicate and carry out other common administrative and maintenance tasks. They also explain and demonstrate data migration, data cleaning, data preservation, concurrency, replication, distributed models, database security and data-mining tasks.
Network Application Services
Students learn to administer a Windows Server Infrastructure in an enterprise environment. This course prepares students to prove mastery of Advanced Windows Server Services such as advanced configuring tasks necessary to deploy, manage and maintain a Windows Server Infrastructure. It covers such skills as fault tolerance, certificate services and identity federation, implementing advanced network services, file services, Dynamic Access Control, failover clustering, disaster recovery and Active Directory Certificate Services.
This course teaches students virtual solutions for providing IT services. Virtual solutions include virtual servers, virtual desktops and virtual applications. The uses, value and risks associated with virtual solutions are explored and students learn how to install, administer and configure a high-capacity industry solution.
Students learn how to maintain web services such as web servers and content management systems for web content. The course emphasizes services related to maintain a website (the web server, server side-script engines and databases). Topics include technology selection, installation, managing permissions and security, and information assurance.