Web Server Design, Installation, Configuration, Analysis, and Monitoring

Course Code: ITNW-6046

Course Description

Launch, set up, and configure an Apache web server on Linux. Manually launch and configure (via RackSpace) a publicly accessible web server to serve HTML, PERL, and PHP pages. Install necessary software, secure the server, configure additional virtual hosts, firewall ports, logs, and other custom elements. Install, configure and use FTP, SSH, and SMTP. The Linux command line will be used throughout the course. Instructions will be provided and may need additional review. Provided for the course: web accessible notes, exercises, pertinent files and scripts, and references to online documentation. Prerequisites: Introduction to WWW Authoring, HTML and CSS or equivalent experience, including FTP. Also necessary: a RackSpace account and one or more dedicated DNS Hostnames. Instruction will be given the first day of the class.

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2017 Spring Semester
Online Course
Jan 17th - Jan 30th
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
23 Seats Avail.
2017 Summer Semester
Online Course
Jun 12th - Jun 23rd
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
24 Seats Avail.
2017 Fall Semester
Online Course
Sep 18th - Sep 29th
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
25 Seats Avail.

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