Implementing a Server Environment CIS 215

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install and configure Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Enterprise and stand-alone and client computers that are part of a workgroup or domain. In addition, this course provides the skills and knowledge necessary to install and configure Linux server, and Mac OS X Server to create file, print, Web and terminal servers.

Correlated Learning Outcomes

  • IT. 1. Carry out trouble-shooting strategies for resolving an identified end-user IT problem.
  • IT. 2. Differentiate among various operating systems.
  • IT. 3. Explain the process of authentication and authorization between end-user devices and computing network resources.
  • IT. 6. Implement a hardware and software configuration responsive to an identified scenario.
  • IT. 9. Use a variety of practices for making end-user IT systems secure.
  • IT. 10. Describe the data management activities associated with the data lifecycle.
  • IT. 12. Differentiate between public and private data.
  • IT. 13. Discuss applications of data analytics.
  • IT. 14. Discuss issues relevant to dealing with very large data sets, both structured and unstructured.
  • IT. 15. Identify database administration tasks.
  • IT. 17. Use data analytics to support decision making for a given scenario.
  • IT. 19. Differentiate among data types, data transfer protocols and file characteristics specific to the targeted use.
  • IT. 22. Carry out basic computer network troubleshooting techniques.
  • IT. 23. Describe the layers, protocols and components of the OSI model.
  • IT. 24. Diagram the components of an integrated IT system.
  • IT. 25. Differentiate among various computer networking models.
  • IT. 26. Differentiate among various techniques for making a computer network secure.
  • IT. 27. Summarize the flow of data through a computer network scenario.
  • IT. 29. Demonstrate the techniques of defensive programming and secure coding.
  • IT. 33. Use a programming or a scripting language to share data across an integrated IT system.
  • IT. 34. Use a programming or a scripting language to solve a problem.
  • IT. 35. Differentiate among strategies for business continuity provisioning of IT resources at the enterprise level.
  • IT. 36. Discuss data governance and its implications for users as well as IT professionals.
  • IT. 37. Identify a variety of enterprise-level digital storage technologies.
  • IT. 38. Implement an application of virtualization.
  • IT. 39. Modify a system to improve data confidentiality or regulatory compliance.
  • IT. 40. Summarize the implications of various cloud computing models.
  • IT. 41. Summarize the security implications and risks for distributed IT systems.
  • IT. 45. Use documentation or a knowledge base to resolve a technical challenge in an identified computing scenario.
  • IT. 48. Summarize the tenets of ethics and professional behavior promoted by international computing societies.
  • IT. 49. Describe IT procurement processes for goods and services.
  • IT. 50. Summarize the role of IT in supporting the mission and goals of an organization.