ntc415 | undergraduate
Network Integration Project
This undergraduate-level course is 5 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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System Design Process
- Assess the financial aspects involved in developing internetworking capability.
- Review the foundations of system design.
- Determine how business operations affect the overall network design.
- Distinguish among the types of internetworking connections and their best uses.
- Explain the methods fostering optimum network connectivity.
- Review the foundations of wireless networking.
- Identify carrier services, focused on global networking.
- Determine the effect of bandwidth and connection types on network performance.
- Understand cloud services and how they enable global networks.
- Understand the concept of modularity.
Network Performance Architecture and Design
- Describe how Quality of Service (QoS) is dependent on the network architecture design and resource allocation.
- Determine required documents, and design criteria for using an outside vendor.
- Explore data analysis and its importance to global network management.
- Develop a threat analysis with global networking and cloud considerations.
- Identify the major methods of deterring network attacks.
- Determine how to use tools to evaluate security mechanisms for dealing with internal and external threats.
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