Technical Training

Certified CompTIA A+ (Part 1)

Duration:40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Hardware Fundamentals Computer System Components Storage Devices Device Connections and Interfaces

Operating System Fundamentals Personal Computer Operating Systems Windows Control Panel Utilities Command Line Tools Windows Security Settings Windows Operating System Tools

Operational Procedures Basic Maintenance Tools and Techniques Electrical Safety Environmental Safety and Materials Handling Professionalism and Communication

Peripheral Components Install and Configure Display Devices Install and Configure Input Devices Install and Configure Expansion Cards Install and Configure Multimedia Devices

Managing System Components Motherboards CPUs and Cooling Systems Select and Install Power Supplies RAM Types and Features Install and Configure Storage Devices Configure the System BIOS

Installing and Configuring Operating Systems Implement Virtualization Install Microsoft Windows Windows Upgrades Windows Preventive Maintenance

Customized Client Environments Standard Clients Custom Client Environments

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Certified CompTIA A+ (Part 2)

Duration: 40 Hour Training

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Networking Technologies Physical Network Connections TCP/IP Network Connectivity Ports and Protocols Set Up and Configure Windows Networking Networking Tools

Installing, Configuring, and Maintaining SOHO Networks Install and Configure SOHO Networks SOHO Network Security

Supporting Laptops Laptop Hardware and Components Install and Configure Laptop Hardware Components

Mobile Computing Mobile Device Technologies Configure Mobile Devices

Supporting Printers Printer Technologies Install, Configure, and Maintain Printers

Security Security Fundamentals Security Threats and Vulnerabilities Security Protection Measures Workstation Security

Troubleshooting Hardware Components Troubleshooting Theory Troubleshoot Video and Display Devices Troubleshoot Hard Drives and RAID Arrays Troubleshoot System Components Troubleshoot Laptops Troubleshoot Printers

Troubleshooting System-Wide Issues Troubleshoot Operating Systems Troubleshoot Wired and Wireless Networks Troubleshoot Common Security Issues

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Certified CompTIA Server+

Duration:40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Chassis Deployment Form Factors Power Supplies Cooling Systems

Motherboard and CPU Selection Process CPUs Slots and Packaging Motherboards

BIOS Management CMOS and BIOS Overview Procedures for Boot and POST

Memory Selection Techniques Overview of Memory Memory Packaging

Methods for Troubleshooting Models Toolkits System Components

Expansion Card Installation Buses Adapters for Drives Multimedia Expansion Expansion Card Troubleshooting

Devices for Data Storage Device Installation Process RAID Technologies Troubleshooting

Network OS Installation Role of Servers Virtualization Linux Installation Windows Server Installation

Networking Essentials for Networking Utilities Troubleshooting Techniques

Network Server Management Managing Users Managing Resources Management and Monitoring

Planning and Documentation Tips for Documenting the IT Environment Planning for and Implementing Change Physical Access Management and Security

Disaster Planning Data Back Up Server Redundancy and Additional Precaution Measures Creating a Disaster Recovery Plan

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Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Database Development

Duration:40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Implementing tables and views Implementing programming objects Working with query fundamentals Applying additional query techniques Working with additional SQL Server components Working with XML data Gathering performance information

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Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3

Duration:40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Implement and manipulate document structures and objects Implement program flow Access and secure data Use CSS3 in applications

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Programming in C#

Duration: 40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Manage program flow Create and use types Debug applications and implement security Implement data access

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Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Implementation and Maintenance

Duration: 40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Installing and configuring SQL Server 2008 Maintaining SQL Server instances Managing SQL Server security Maintaining a SQL Server database Performing data management tasks Monitoring and troubleshooting SQL Server Optimizing SQL Server performance Implementing high availability

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Introduction to MySQL

Duration: 40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Introduction Features and Benefits of MySQL MySQL Products and Service MySQL Community Edition vs. MySQL Enterprise Edition MySQL Certification Program MySQL Website MySQL Architecture How do I upgrade to MySQL 5.5

Whats New in MySQL 5.5 Introducing InnoDB as MySQLs Default Storage Engine Performance and Scalability and Benchmarks Improved Availability Improved Manageability and Efficiency Improved Usability Improved Instrumentation and Diagnostics

MySQL Production Ready Software and Support MySQL Administration Enterprise Monitor and Query Analizer MySQL Workbench (server configuration, user administration, object management)

MySQL 5.5 Replication Enhancements Overview of MySQL Replication MySQL 5.5 Replication Features Users Wants and Needs Replication Enhancements in MySQL 5.5 Whats Cooking in the Replication Labs Getting Started with MySQL 5.5 Replication

MySQL Enterprise Backup Database Backup Overview MySQL Enterprise Backup Features and Benefits Database Backup Types: Comparison MySQL Enterprise Backup: how it Works

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MySQL for Database Administrators

Duration: 40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Configuring addressing and services Configuring names resolution Configuring network access Configuring file and print services Monitoring and managing a network infrastructure

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Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking

Duration: 40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Introduction Describing MySQL Listing MySQL Products and Professional Services Describing MySQL Enterprise Subscription Currently Supported Operating Systems Describing MySQL Certification Program Listing Available MySQL Courses Describing Installation of MySQL Describing Installation of world Database

MySQL Architecture Client/Server Architecture MySQL Architecture Overview How MySQL Uses Disk Space How MySQL Uses Memory The MySQL Plug-In Interface

The MySQL Server Types of MySQL Distributions Starting and Stopping MySQL on Windows Starting and Stopping MySQL on Linux Upgrading MySQL Managing Multiple Servers

Configuring the MySQL Server MySQL Configuration Dynamic Server Variables Server SQL Modes Log and Status Files Binary Logging

MySQL Clients Overview of Administrative Clients Invoking MySQL Client Programs Using the mysql Client The mysqladmin Client MySQL Connectors Third-Party APIs

Overview of Data Types Data Types Numeric Data Types Character String Data Types Binary String Data Types Temporal Data Types NULLs Column Attributes

Metadata Metadata Access Methods The INFORMATION_SCHEMA Database/Schema Using SHOW and DESCRIBE The mysqlshow Command

Storage Engines Storage Engine Overview MyISAM, InnoDB, and MEMORY Storage Engines Other Storage Engines Choosing Appropriate Storage Engines Using Multiple Storage Engines Storage Engine Comparison Chart

Partitioning Overview of Partitioning and reasons for using Partitioning Creating a Partitioned Table Obtaining Partition Information Modifying and Removing Partitions Partition Modification Performance Effects Partition Pruning Storage Engine Partition Information Partitioning and Locking and Limitations

Transactions and Locking Transactions Transaction Control statements Isolation Levels Locking

Security and User Management Security Risks Security Measures Privileges Access Levels, including: 1 – User Accounts, 2  Databases, 3  Tables, 4  Columns, 5 – Stored Routines User Account Maintenance Client Access Control Using Secure Connections

Table Maintenance Table Maintenance SQL Statements for maintenance operations Client and Utility Programs for table maintenance Table Maintenance per Storage Engine

Exporting and Importing Data Exporting and Importing Data Exporting and Importing Data Using SQL Import Data with the SQL scripts

Programming with MySQL Defining, Executing and Examining Stored Routines Stored Routines and Execution Security Defining, Creating, and Deleting Triggers Trigger Restrictions and Privileges Defining Events Schedule Events DBA’s Use of MySQL Programming Backup Stored Routines

Views What is a view? Creating Views Updatable Views Managing Views

Backup and Recovery Planning for Recovery Backup Backup Tools Overview Making Raw Backups Making Logical (Text) Backups Backup Log and Status Files Replication as an Aid to Backup Backup Method Comparison Data Recovery

Introduction to Performance Tuning Using EXPLAIN to Analyze Queries General Table Optimizations Setting and Interpreting MySQL Server Variables

Introduction to High Availability MySQL Replication

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Core Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server

Duration: 40 Hour Training

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Introducing SharePoint Server Designing an Information Architecture Designing a Logical Architecture Designing a Physical Architecture Installing and Configuring SharePoint Server Creating Web Applications and Site Collections Planning and Configuring Service Applications Managing Users and Permissions Configuring Authentication for SharePoint Securing a SharePoint Deployment Managing Taxonomy Configuring User Profiles Configuring Enterprise Search Monitoring and Maintaining a SharePoint Environment

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Introduction to Web Development with Microsoft Visual Studio

Duration: 40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Exploring Microsoft ASP.NET Web Applications in Microsoft Visual Studio Creating Web Applications by Using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and Microsoft .NETBased Languages Creating a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Form Adding Functionality to a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Form Adding Functionality to a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Form Implementing Master Pages and User Controls Validating User Input Troubleshooting Microsoft ASP.NET Web Applications Managing Data in an Microsoft ASP.NET 4.0 Web Application Managing Data Access Tasks by Using LINQ Managing Data by Using Microsoft ASP.NET Dynamic Data Creating a Microsoft ASP.NET Ajax-enabled Web Forms Application Consuming Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation Services Managing State in Web Applications Configuring and Deploying a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Application Securing a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Application Implementing Advanced Technologies Supported by Microsoft Visual Studio for Web Development

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