Server Administration Program Outcomes:

  • Analyze products and services related to network infrastructure that provide connectivity between all active components involved in a network.
  • Examine dedicated networks that provide access to consolidated storage.
  • Investigate storage environments, using devices which are virtually local to network servers.
  • Recognize basic networking components and terms including the Open System Interconnection model, network devices, Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol, Internet Protocol addressing, router and the network device operating system basics.
  • Explain and differentiate advanced network services, access control lists, basic switching, and switch configuration.
  • Explore relevant network security concepts as applied to the operating systems in use.
  • Evaluate and employ new technologies that will impact the interconnectivity of organizational information systems.
  • Interpret an organization's essential information technology requirements and develop a plan of implementation and maintenance.
  • Exhibit the ability to implement and employ virtual machine concepts in environments including migration, storage, configuration, and applications.
  • Maintain, troubleshoot, and repair information technology in a user environment.
  • Apply logical infrastructure concepts in planning, enhancing, supporting and disaster recovery of an information system.
  • Utilize and implement cloud technologies in the organizational environment.
  • Evaluate the importance, operation, and function of Open Source network operating systems.
  • Apply information security practices such as access controls lists, auditing, identification, authentication, and authorization.
  • Configure, implement, and maintain a network operating system and essential network services.
  • Implement remote management techniques, tools, and technologies.
  • Plan, design, implement, and troubleshoot directory services structures.