Course Title: Domain-Based IT Infrastructure Development

Course Overview: This course is designed to equip individuals with the expertise needed to plan, develop, and manage IT infrastructure within specific domains or industries. It provides a deep dive into the technical and strategic considerations necessary for building resilient, scalable, and secure IT systems tailored to the requirements of various sectors.

Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, students will:

  1. Understand Domain-Specific Needs:
    • Gain insights into the unique IT infrastructure requirements of different domains, such as healthcare, finance, education, or e-commerce.
  2. Infrastructure Design and Planning:
    • Learn how to design IT systems that align with domain-specific objectives, compliance regulations, and industry standards.
  3. Network Architecture and Connectivity:
    • Develop expertise in designing network architectures that ensure high availability, performance, and security.
  4. Data Management and Storage:
    • Explore strategies for data storage, backup, and retrieval tailored to the demands of the chosen domain.
  5. Security and Compliance:
    • Implement robust security measures and compliance protocols specific to the industry’s data protection and regulatory requirements.
  6. Scalability and Resource Optimization:
    • Discover methods for scaling IT infrastructure to accommodate growth and optimizing resource allocation.
  7. Cloud Integration:
    • Understand how to integrate cloud solutions where applicable to enhance agility and cost-effectiveness.
  8. Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity:
    • Develop plans and practices for disaster recovery and ensuring business continuity within the chosen domain.
  9. Monitoring and Performance Optimization:
    • Implement monitoring tools and techniques to assess and optimize the performance of IT systems.
  10. Emerging Technologies:
    • Stay updated on emerging technologies and trends relevant to the specific domain and leverage them for innovation.

Course Structure: This course typically includes lectures, case studies, hands-on labs, group projects, and real-world scenarios. Students may work on domain-specific projects to gain practical experience.

Assessment: Assessment methods may include domain-specific project presentations, exams, assignments, and participation in discussions and group activities.

Who Should Take This Course: This course is suitable for IT professionals, system administrators, network engineers, and technology managers seeking to specialize in designing and managing IT infrastructure tailored to specific domains.

Prerequisites: Prerequisites may include a foundational understanding of IT infrastructure and technology concepts.

Course Materials: Course materials may include domain-specific case studies, industry-specific best practices, textbooks, online resources, and access to relevant tools and software.

Instructor: An experienced IT professional with expertise in domain-specific infrastructure development and management.

Course Duration: The duration of the course can vary but is typically offered as a semester-long or short-term program.

By the end of this course, participants will be well-prepared to design, implement, and manage IT infrastructure within their chosen domain, ensuring that technology solutions align with industry-specific needs and standards.

Delivery Methods

  • Fully Online Based
  • Instructor Led
  • LMS

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Course Syllabus-Domain Based IT Infrastructure Development

Server OS Management 

  • Downloading Windows server 2019/2022 Evaluation from Microsoft official Platforms
  • Extending process of windows server 2019 evaluation periods
  • Windows server 2019 pricing and licensing
  • Converting Windows server 2019 Evaluation to full version
  • Server OS installation, configuring & administration

Domain-based networking with Windows ADS 

  • Domain Based Networking 
    • What is Domain Based Network
    • Domain Based Network vs P2P Network
    • Benefits of Domain-Based Network
    • Why Domain Based Network for Enterprise level IT Solutions
  • Planning & needs for Domain-based network 
    • Organizational/enterprise needs analysis
    • Planning steps for a Domain-Based Network
    • Hardware & software requirements for a Domain-Based Network
    • Developing steps for a Domain-Based Network
    • Designing a Domain-Based Network
  • Implementation of a Domain-Based Network 
    • Implementation steps for a Domain-Based Network 
    • Selection of server OS 
    • Selection criteria for dedicated server PC 
    • Selection of server PC 
    • Installation server OS into dedicated server PC 
    • Promotion server PC as a Domain controller with Active Directory services 
  • Configure and Manage Active Directory 
    • Installing read-only domain controllers
    • Configuring virtual domain controllers
    • Backing up Active Directory
    • Recovering Active Directory
    • Configuring account policies: password, lockout, and Kerberos
    • Configuring service accounts
    • Managing service accounts
  • Working in Domain Environment 
    • Configuring an individual PC to join a Domain-Based Network 
    • Log in process into Domain Based Network 
  • Windows Server: IP Addressing 
    • Rules of IP addressing 
    • Private vs. public IP addressing 
    • How binary numbers work 
    • Subnetting your networks 
    • Planning an IP addressing scheme 
    • Configuring an IPv4 host 
    • Troubleshooting networking issues 
  • Member server installation & management 
    • Server components and server architecture 
    • Basic configuration 
    • Server Roles 
    • Asset management 
    • Server storage 
    • Server security 
    • Configuring server roles
      • DHCP
        •  DHCP installation and configuration
        • DHCP Manager
        • DHCP scope management
        • Configuring an address pool for the DHCP server
        • Multiple DHCP server in a Domain
        • DHCP relay agent
        • DHCP client’s management
      • DNS
        • DNS installation and configuration
        • DNS Manager
        • DNS zone management
        • Backup and Multiple DNS server in a Domain
        • Configuring a Network For DNS
        • Lookup command details
      • FTP
        • Default FTP server
        • FTP server user management and access control
        • Multiple FTP server configuration 
      • IIS/WEB
        • Default web server
        • Default web site publishing
        • Multiple web sites publishing
      • Remote Installation Server (RIS)-WDS
      • WSUS 
      • Proxy
  • Domain user’s management 
    • Creation of domain user 
    • Domain user’s rights assignment 
    • User profile management 
    • Roaming user profiles 
    • Suspension & deletion of domain users
  • Implementing Group Policy 
    • Creating a Group Policy object
    • Assign specific GPO to Users, Groups and OUs
    • Group Policy inheritance
    • Processing
    • Adjusting Group Policy preferences and settings
    • Running a Group Policy update
    • Troubleshooting Group Policy
    • Adjusting security settings and policies
    • Import settings
    • Backup and restorations GPOs 
  • Organizational Units management 
    • Viewing details of an OU 
    • Creating an OU 
    • Renaming an OU 
    • Moving an account to an OU or between the root and OUs 
  • File Services 
    • Configuring File Server Resource Manager (FRSM)
    • Configuring quotas
    • Creating and testing a file screen
    • Using storage reports to check for duplicate files
    • Configuring file management tasks
    • Configuring Distributed File System (DFS)
    • Configuring DFS replication
    • Encrypting files using the Encrypting File System
    • Auditing file access
  • Remote Desktop Services (RDS)/Application Server Management
    • Plan and design
    • Installing and configuring RDS
    • RDS resources managementAdding remote apps
      • Assign User groups
      • Publishing Remote Apps
      • Accessing and use of Remote Apps 
      • Access from anywhere
  • Windows Server: Storage Services 
    • Working with the Computer Management interface 
    • Formatting disks and editing files from the command line 
    • Configuring advanced file services 
    • Using PowerShell to create VHD and VHDX files 
    • Implementing Storage Replica 
    • Configuring tiered storage 
    • Data deduplication 
    • Storage on Hyper-V 
    • Creating a RAID mirror in Storage Spaces Direct 
  • Backup & maintenance of Domain-Based Network 
    • Enterprise backup policies
    • Whole system backup techniques
    • Backup Server (Local)
      • Installing backup server
      • Backup Schedule
      • Backup once
      • Recover
      • Performance settings
      • Full server backup
      • Custom backup
      • Backup media
    • ADS data backup and restoration only
    • User data backup
    • Systems Cloning/Imaging, Systems Preparation for Cloning ang imaging
    • Server Clustering
      • Failover Cluster Manager
      • Cluster requirements
      • Validating Configuration
      • Creating Cluster
      • Connecting to Cluster
      • Managing Cluster with Windows Admin Center
    • Migration
      • Domain Migration
      • Server Migration
      • OS migration
  • Endpoint and Network administration 
    • Installing Windows Admin Center (WAC) 
    • Managing Windows with WAC and PowerShell 
    • Using PowerShell remoting 
    • Monitoring the health of Windows servers 
    • Capturing real-time performance data 
    • Protecting networks with Windows Defender ATP 
    • Windows updates on Server 
    • Selecting updates to distribute 
  • RAS, Remote administration & supports 
    • Routing and remote access services installation & management
    • Routing and NAT Configuration
      • Configuring Computer as a NAT enabled router
      • Static Routing Configuration
      • Packet Mapping
      • NAT services-Port forwarding
      • MAC Filtering
      • IP bindings 
    • Network bridging
    • Internet connection sharing routing and NAT
    • Remote Server management
      • Domain server management in single location by server manager
      • Delegation of Control
      • RDP
      • VPN
      • Telnet
    • Third-party RAS 
  • Network Policies and Policy Server Management
    • Network Policies Overview
    • NPS server management
    • RADIUS Client and Server Access Monitoring
    • Policies management
    • Templates Management
  • Server Virtualization in Hyper-V Platforms
    • Hyper-V Architecture
    • Hyper-V installation on Windows 10 PC and Windows Server 2019
    • Hyper-V Dashboard management
    • Virtual Machine creation preparation on Hyper-V
    • VMs creation, deletion, backup, cloning, snapshot etc
    • Guest OS installation on VMs
    • Export and import VMs
  • Hyper-V Networking
    • Hyper-V Virtual Networking Architecture
    • Virtual Networking hardware configuration
    • Virtual Routing and Switching with NAT services
    • NAT networking
    • Bridge Networking
    • Internal Networking
    • Host-only networking
    • Mixed mode networking
    • Remote Router management
  • Configure Hyper-V networking
    • Add and remove virtual network interface cards (vNICs) 
    • Configure Hyper-V virtual switches
    • Optimize network performance
    • Configure MAC addresses
    • Configure network isolation
    • Configure synthetic and legacy virtual network adapters
    • Configure NIC teaming in VMs
    • Configure virtual machine queue (VMQ)
  • Maintenance & troubleshooting 
    • Routine Checkup lists
    • Checkup prerequisites 
    • Active Directory Environment Health check
    • Functional Test
  • Cloud Integration
    • Cloud Computing IaaS Platform Development
    • On prem and Cloud integration
    • Hybrid IAM management

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