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CIS532
Preview: CIS532 Network Architecture and Analysis :
Course Guide
Prerequisites
Course Description
Instructional Materials
Course Learning Outcomes
Weekly Course Schedule
Week 1 - To Do List
CIS505 and CIS512
This course focuses on a managerial approach to designing computing networks. Students will develop procedures and demonstrate best practices to
satisfy end-user business and technical requirements. Topics include methods to design organizational networks for functionality, capacity,
performance, availability, scalability, affordability and security.
Required Resources
R. White. 2014. The
Art
of
Network
Architecture:
Business-Driven
Design. Pearson Education.
Microsoft Office and Microsoft Visio or their equivalents such as OpenOffice and Dia.
Tutorials for Microsoft Office 2010 can be found on the Microsoft Office 365 Training Center .
L. Olszewski. 2013. The FBI Sentinel Project . In M. Khosrow-Pour, Cases
on
Emerging
Information
Technology
Research
and
Applications. IGI Global.
https://libdatab.strayer.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=561822&site=eds-
live&scope=site&ebv=EB&ppid=pp_298
Supplemental Resources
CISCO. No date. http://www.cisco.com
SourceForge. No date. http://sourceforge.net
Tech Republic . No date. https://www.techrepublic.com
Create a response to a capabilities proposal for a network consultation.
1
Prepare network topology diagram for an existing or proposed environment. a
2
Recommend security strategies to protect network. a
3
Propose comprehensive network design and project plan. a
4
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Week - To Do List 1
Discuss: Introduce yourself to your classmates and your professor.
Learn: Read Chapters 1–2, in The
Art
of
Network
Architecture:
Business-Driven
Design.
Learn: Read the PowerPoint presentations and notes.
Discuss: Participate in the discussion, Business Goals and Constraints.
Week - To Do List 2
Learn: Read Chapters 3 and in 5 The
Art
of
Network
Architecture:
Business-Driven
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