Agenda: Welcome User Group Members NDG Update: NETLAB+ LMS to LTI integration New Palo Alto Networks Cybersecurity Academy 210 v10.0 labs (for January) Ethical Hacking labs (addition to existing open-source labs) Forensics labs Reminder: Linux courses (popular) and Cloud and Virtualization update (Intro to Concepts) Fastest-growing category: Custom Pods and Labs (Dave's GPU pod and Bill's IoT labs are great examples!) Bill Saichek's IoT labs, delivered through NETLAB, that he uses in his Intro to IoT classes. David Hovey, (BACCC NETLAB System Admin) and Ahmad Allulu (BACCC NETLAB Technician) will talk about on how they have successfully launched virtual machines through NETLAB on their host servers using dedicated graphics cards (GPUs) to provide the performance for graphic intensive applications like AutoCAD and the Adobe Creative Suite. Click here to hear recording
In 2015 Bay Area Community Colleges joined to establish a remotely shared information and communication technologies (ICT) lab facility to serve our ICT students who needed hands-on skills demanded by ICT employers.
This proposal is a request to fund the startup of a centralized, state of the art ICT lab facility to remotely serve programs, faculty and students at multiple colleges in the San Francisco Bay Area, forming the Bay Area Community College Consortium (BACCC) Bay Area Shared ICT Labs Proposals spreadsheet BACCC ICT Regional Lab Proposal - DRAFT 1-23-15 Netlab Progress.docx Executive Summary BACCC Regional Shared ICT Lab 40 Percent CEF Letter of Intent DRAFT
West LA College wishes to establish a regional NetLAB hub to support three sister campuses of the Los Angeles Community College District. As one of the earliest adopters of NetLAB, West is uniquely qualified to lead this initiative. Successful funding and implementation will allow other sister campuses to offer and support non-existing IT vocational training programs by leveraging West existing NetLAB infrastructure. This initiative will clearly lead to better effective access to IT training resources, enhanced certification preparation, and better support for the district's online student population. West has already made a significant investment in NetLAB, but only needs modest additional funding to expand in order to support targeted campuses. Our proposed project has a high probability of success. West and its administration has already committed to a NetLAB Data Center currently hosting 17 servers with dedicated power (including UPS), cooling, and backup storage. WLAC CCC Netlab...
The OC NetLab Consortium, Coastline, Cypress, and Irvine Valley, represents three levels of CyberSecurity/Networking curriculum and advanced NetLab technology within Orange County. ?The Consortium would like to pilot the sharing of resources, expertise, training, and support between the three colleges in an effort to develop a model that could be expanded to include other colleges and high schools in the county. ? Finally, Coastline will host staff development opportunities for faculty and ?techni cians fro m the OC NetLab Consortium to learn to incorporate existing CSSIA curriculum into their classes and teach technical staff to setup and maintain their own NetLab Pods. Orange County Netlab Proposal
Ohlone College_s Computers, Networks, And Emerging Technology (Cnet) Netlab+ Optimization And Support Project
Ohlone College's Computers, Networks, and Emerging Technology (CNET) department and the Western Academy Support and Training Center (WASTC) are combining efforts to optimize our existing NETLAB+ implementation, to establish professional technical support and lab management of the system, and to expand NETLAB+ access to CNET students, the ICT instructors that the WASTC supports throughout the region, and to partner institutions that we currently share our NETLAB with. Ohlone Netlab Proposal
In collaboration with the Consortium of Information Systems Executives (CISE) partners, Merritt College will offer Infrastructure and Applications Security Programs_AS degree and certificates of achievement. These programs are design to provide best practices and competencies for students to design, install and implement services and applications; manage, and optimize security infrastructure to ensure compliance with security controls; help prevent, detect, investigate and respond to operational security threats and attacks; facilitate security vulnerability assessments, penetration tests an d risk a ssessments; investigate security events and incidents, including forensic analysis; represent security interests on project teams by ensuring security standards and requirements; conduct security research, analysis and review of infrastructure designs to ensure compliance with company security policies; evaluate new products and technologies to protect against existing and emerging...
The Wireshark Multipurpose Lab Project will create 24 or 16 complete Netlab scenarios, each including an intro/demo video and SCORM assessment module. The set, as a whole, constitutes a complete TCP/IP analysis class. Each individual module is selected to also represent a key learning outcome from multiple certification training objectives for classes including CCNA Routing, CCNA Security, CEH, A+, Net+, Sec+, Linux+, LPI, VMware, EMC, Digital Forensics, as well as other business and ad ministrat ion classes. Each is a standalone plug and play module easily added to any class needing practice with computer and network protocols. Las Positas and Chabot Netlab Proposal
NDG resources would increase the value and role of labs in several course areas: security, OS, and virtualization. We are interested in applying for a grant in conjunction with Gavilan and Merced Colleges which would: Update servers and software for NDG installation (scale infrastructure); Expand capacity to enable access to hosted labs for 2 additional colleges; Assess value of labs to participating students from added colleges; and Ev aluate/r efactor further infrastructure to maintain support. Hartnell College Netlab Proposal
Seeking the purchase of a 16 Pod NetLabs+ Academic Edition System, including necessary hardware and software (Cost Quotation $49.949.38 from SIGMAnet). Primary purpose of this system is to develop a "pilot" environment where the system can be utilized to provide faculty from the seventeen (17) colleges in the region with professional development on both how to configure and utilize NetLabs+ in their own classrooms, and provide professional development to faculty on a variety of cou rses that are available for use in a NetLabs+ environment that have been developed by entities like CSSIA and CTC, in partnership with the Net Development Group. System will also be utilized by the Region's faculty and content development experts to (1) update existing course content, and (2) create new course content, that can be housed in a NetLabs+ virtual environment. Folsom Lake College Proposal
Diablo Valley College (DVC), one of three colleges in the Contra Costa CCD, is using their CTE Enhancement funds to purchase a NETLAB+ system and hosting infrastructure to support their delivery of ICT Model Curriculum classes and complimentary electives. DVC's CNT, COMTEC and CIS faculty, interested faculty members at Contra Costa College and Los Medanos College, and partnering K-12 instructors, will need to attend training both on the NetLAB supported ICT Essentials, Netwo rking, a nd Security classes and on learning how to use NETLAB to deliver the ICT courses to their students. DVC Netlab Proposal