Special Trainings

Spl Training in Various Following Areas


Trainings Areas

1) Advance Networking with Security
2) Linux Administration
3) Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security
4) E-learning using Moodle
5) PHP and Mysql
6) Dynamic Websites Using CMS( Joomla, Drupal) and LMS
7) Windows Server Administration
8) Open Source Technology and Applications
9) 3-D Animation Using Blender
10) Multimedia Technolgy using Open Source
11) Hardware Maintenance with Forensic Tools and Security
12) Oracle Administration on Linux
13) Internet Technologies
14) Digital Contents and Repository using Dspace
15) E-commerce and Digital Signatures
16) Clustering and Load Balancing
17) Network and Advance Operating System
18) Cyber Laws and IPR
19) Firewall and IDS Implementation
20) Computer Hardware, Maintenance and Troubleshooting
21) Wireless Networks
22) Computer Forensics & Cyber Crime Investigation
23) Cloud Computing
24)Information Security and Media Sanitization
25) Web Hacking and Security
26)Offensive Security and Penetration Testing
27) Computer Crime and Laws

28) Web Engineering (PHP, MySQL, JQuery, DHTML, JavaScript, CSS, XML, XSL, SVG, SMIL, PostgreSQL, GIF Animator)
– Research Oriented Simulation Techniques and Tools
– Open Source Tools and Technologies – LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP]
– System Simulation and Modeling using C and C++
– Content Management Systems [CMS]
– Learning Management Systems [LMS]/Virtual Learning Environments
– Rapid Application Development Frameworks
– Operations Research
– Network Security and Tools
– Information Systems
– SQL Injections and Penetration Testing

Fee:- As Per the Institute New Norms, Need to Produce College Letter
email;- amit [at] nitttrchd.ac.in


Training Contents

Windows and Linux Networking ( 6 Weeks , Starting from 5 July to 13 August 2010)

Student Training Contents
Windows and Linux Networking
6 weeks ( 5 July to 13 August 2010)

1st Week

Overview of Linux, Windows Comparison and Open Source
Windows Server & Linux Installation,(Dual Boot)
Windows and Linux Networking with Samba Server
File Hierarchy & File System ( FAT, NTFS, EXT3, EXT4)
Network Bridging & NAT Implementation
Hardware, Device Configuration & Critical Files
Kernel, Boot loader, Daemons, Ports and Essential Commands
Local Repository ( Off line) for Software Installation

2nd Week ( Exclusive Window’s Server only)
Windows Networking (Peer to Peer) and Setup
IP Addressing , Subnetting
Active Directory Server (ADS) & Domain Networking
Group Policy , User Management & Disk Quota Management
IIS web Server & FTP Server
Network Management & Monitoring
Task Scheduling & Automating Tasks
Windows Pgm in Linux using Crossover & Windows Emulator
VPN, VOIP & Videoconferencing over Network
Streaming Server & Terminal Server Setup

3rd Week
Linux Internals, Virtual Consoles, Runlevels,
Environment Variables and Advance Permissions
( umask & SUID/SGID/Sticky Bits)
Standard I/O & Pipes, User & Group Management
Network Configuration, Package Management
System Monitoring , Logs and Local Security
Process Management, Memory & Disk Management
Shell Programming

4th Week
RAID and LVM Implementation
Task Schedulers – at, cron
Remote Administration (SSH, Telnet, Rsync, E-box )
Encrypt files & Partitions,
Database Setup and Administration
VPN, NFS Server

5th Week
Implementation of Web Server and Virtual hosting
Implementation of FTP and TFTP Server
File Server ( NFS) and NIS Setup
Setup of CUPS Server and SQUID Proxy Server
Chat Applications & IRC Server
Implementation & Deployment of SSL Certification

6th Week
Implementation of Virtualization
SELinux and Firewall Implementation
PAM & Authentication
TCP Wrappers
Encryption & Digital Signatures
Advance Troubleshooting

Conducted—–2 weeks ( 10 May to 21 May 2010) on Linux Administration and Networking

1st Week

Overview of Linux and Open Source
Linux Distributions, Internals, Kernel and File System
Linux Installation and Dual Boot
Linux Permissions & umask
SUID/SGID/Sticky Bits: Advanced permissions
User and Group Management
Exploring Critical Configuration files
Software Installation and Yum Server(AD)

Task Schedulers – at, cron

2nd Week

RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive/Independent Disks) : Manage filesystems using Software RAID and recover an array.
LVM (Logical Volume Management) : Manage filesystems using Logical Volume Management, Resize filesystems
SSH Server : secure remote administration setup using ssh
NFS Server: Setting up sharing between linux systems using NFS
Implementation of Web Server and & Virtual hosting
Implementation of FTP Server
File Server and NIS Setup
Implementation of Virtualization

More Details Coming shortly…

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