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CIS134 - Networking Technologies

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Welcome to Networking+






Returned Assignments

Assignments:

March 19, 2019, 6:45 pm

Projects:

March 19, 2019, 6:45 pm
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Everything that you need to know about this course is on this site.  This includes policies, assignments, quizzes, and much more information. Look around and get to know it well.

This course will also make use of eLearning. Please make sure you visit it regularly.


Notices

Text

Network+ Guide to Networks

Eighth Edition
by Jill West, Jean Andrews, and Tamara Dean
Course Technology, Cengage Learning
ISBN-13: 978-1-337-56933-0
ISBN-10: 1-337-56933-X

Please note that I use Cengage texts for CIS134 and CIT150. Cengage Unlimited is a subscription option that could reduce your cost.

Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching

For Bristol students, on February 14, 2019 the Microsoft Imagine web store was officially renamed to Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching. Software that was previously available from Microsoft Imagine has been moved and is now available on this new web site. At this time, anyone with a bristolcc.edu email address can sign into MS Azure Dev Tools for Teaching.
An announcement has been posted on the cisweb home page about the new change. In addition, the links on the cisweb software tab have been update. Once there, click on the "Help" button for more instructions for signing into Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching and downloading software.

Amazon’s Cloud Computing

Inside Amazon’s Cloud Computing Infrastructure
      By Rich Miller - September 23, 2015

Takes a "look at Amazon’s mighty cloud infrastructure, including how it builds its data centers and where they live (and why).."

Facebook building a 100-gigabit open-source switch

"Facebook is more than doubling the speed of its Wedge open-source network switch, which is good news both for Facebook users and for anyone who may want to build a 100-gigabit switch. The Wedge sits at the top of a rack of servers to connect them to Facebook's network. It was announced in June 2014, and thousands are already deployed in the company. Plus, the social network made the design of the Wedge open source so other manufacturers could build switches like it." By Stephen Lawson, IDG News Service - Read More

Take a look. What do you think? Come prepared to discuss.





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