Computing Fundamentals IT Networking OS Virtualization

The ABCs of Computing: IT Networking with Computer, Operating System ,Virtualization and Cloud Computing Fundamentals
Computing Fundamentals IT Networking OS Virtualization
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Mohammed Asif Khan


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Computing Fundamentals IT Networking OS Virtualization

What you’ll learn

Beginners who want to learn the basics of computer hardware ,Operating System networking and Virtualizaiton
Students pursuing a degree in computer science or information technology.
IT professionals who want to refresh their knowledge of computer fundamentals, operating systems, and networking.
Aspiring IT professionals who want to learn about virtualization and its importance in modern computing environments.
Anyone interested in understanding the fundamentals of computers and networks

Computing Fundamentals IT Networking OS Virtualization


The willingness to learn


Computing Fundamentals: OS, Network, Virtualization, and Cloud Computing is an introductory course that provides learners with a comprehensive understanding of the basics of modern computing systems.  Learners will gain a deep understanding of the critical concepts and skills necessary to navigate the digital landscape.The course begins with an overview of operating systems, including the different types of operating systems, how they function, and how they manage computer resources. Next, the course covers computer networking, including the principles of computer networking, and how data is transmitted across networks. You will learn about the different types of networks, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and the internet. The course then covers virtualization, including the different types of virtualization, how virtualization is used to optimize IT infrastructure, and how to set up and manage virtual machines. You will learn how virtualization can reduce costs, increase efficiency, and simplify IT management.By the end of the course, you will have a solid foundation in the fundamentals of modern computing systems, including operating systems, networks, virtualization, and IT networking. You can confidently navigate the digital landscape and understand the basics of IT networking. Whether you’re new to the field of computing or seeking to refresh your knowledge, this course provides a comprehensive overview of the essentials of modern computing systems.


Section 1: About Computer

Lecture 1 What is a Computer ?

Lecture 2 How Computer Works ?

Lecture 3 Computer Architecture

Lecture 4 Who is the Father Of Computer ?

Section 2: Computer Generations

Lecture 5 First Computer

Lecture 6 Second Generation Computer

Lecture 7 Third Generation Computer

Lecture 8 Fourth Generation Computer

Lecture 9 Fifth Generation Computer

Lecture 10 First Mainframe Computer

Lecture 11 First Personal Computer

Lecture 12 First IBM PC

Lecture 13 OS for IBM PC

Section 3: Computer Components

Lecture 14 What are Computer Components ?

Lecture 15 What are Input Devices ?

Lecture 16 Output Device

Lecture 17 What is processor ?

Lecture 18 Processor Speed

Lecture 19 Processor Width

Lecture 20 Processor FSB

Lecture 21 Processor Cache Memory

Lecture 22 Processor Virtualization

Lecture 23 Processor Core

Lecture 24 Processor Generation

Lecture 25 Processor Manufacturers

Lecture 26 What is Motherboard ?

Lecture 27 What is Storage ?

Lecture 28 Primary Storage (RAM vs ROM)

Lecture 29 What are different RAM Types?

Lecture 30 Secondary Storage

Lecture 31 Secondary Storage : Harddisk

Lecture 32 Secondary Storage : Tape Drive

Lecture 33 Secondary Storage : Optical Storage

Lecture 34 Secondary Storage : Flash Storage

Lecture 35 Secondary Storage : HDD vs SSD

Lecture 36 SMPS

Section 4: Networking

Lecture 37 Network and Networking

Lecture 38 What are different Network Types ?

Lecture 39 What is LAN?

Lecture 40 What is MAN ?

Lecture 41 What is WAN?

Lecture 42 What is CAN?

Lecture 43 What is PAN?

Section 5: Requirements to set up a Network

Lecture 44 What are Requirements to set up a Network?

Lecture 45 What are End Devices?

Lecture 46 What is media ?

Lecture 47 Guided Media

Lecture 48 Unguided Media

Lecture 49 Network Interface Card ( NIC )

Lecture 50 What is the use of a Switch ?

Lecture 51 What is the use of an Access Point ?

Lecture 52 What is the use of a WLC ?

Lecture 53 What is the use of a Router?

Lecture 54 What is the use of a Firewall and its zones?

Lecture 55 What is an IP Phone ?

Lecture 56 What is Wireless Broadband Router ?

Section 6: Operating System

Lecture 57 What is an Operating System ? & Operating System Types.

Lecture 58 Windows Server 2022 Editions

Lecture 59 Windows Server 2022 Features : It is a 64 Bit Operating System

Lecture 60 It Provides Advanced Multilayer Security

Lecture 61 It Supports Cloud Infra

Lecture 62 It has Hybrid Capabilities With Azure

Lecture 63 It has Improved Server Manager

Lecture 64 It Supports GUI and CLI OS

Lecture 65 It has Active Directory

Lecture 66 It has Group Policy Management Console

Lecture 67 It has Disk Quota Feature

Lecture 68 It has Backup and Recovery Feature

Lecture 69 It has DNS

Lecture 70 It has IIS

Lecture 71 It supports Virtualization

Lecture 72 Windows Deployment Service

Lecture 73 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

Section 7: Windows Server Operating System Installation

Lecture 74 Hardware requirements to Install Windows Server 2022 OS

Lecture 75 Different Ways To Install The Operating System

Lecture 76 Computer Specifications For Lab and verification

Lecture 77 Software requirement

Lecture 78 How to download Windows Server ISO image ?

Lecture 79 Download and Install VMWare Workstation For Lab

Lecture 80 How to create the virtual machine For Lab?

Lecture 81 Installing Windows Server 2022

Section 8: IP Addressing

Lecture 82 What is an IP address ?

Lecture 83 What is IPv4 ?

Lecture 84 What is IPv6 ?

Lecture 85 Converting Binary numbers to Decimal Numbers

Lecture 86 Converting Decimal Numbers to Binary numbers

Lecture 87 How to assign an IP address ? : Therory

Lecture 88 How to assign an IP address ? : Lab

Lecture 89 Range

Lecture 90 Communication Types – Unicast,Broadcast and Multicast

Lecture 91 Network and Host Portions

Lecture 92 How to design the IP addressing

Lecture 93 What is Network ID and Broadcast ID

Lecture 94 Subnet Mask.

Lecture 95 How to verify the IP address

Lecture 96 Public IP Address vs Private IP Address

Section 9: Topologies

Lecture 97 What is a Topology?

Lecture 98 i) Physical Topology

Lecture 99 a ) Bus Topology

Lecture 100 b) Ring Topology

Lecture 101 c ) Star Topology

Lecture 102 ii) Logical Topology

Lecture 103 a) Workgroup Model

Lecture 104 b) Domain Model

Lecture 105 Difference Between Domain and Domain Controller

Lecture 106 Requirements to install the Domain Controller

Lecture 107 Terminologies

Lecture 108 Lab overview

Lecture 109 Verify if the Server is in Workgroup

Lecture 110 Configuring IP address and PDNS

Lecture 111 Installing Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS)

Lecture 112 Promoting the Server to a Domain Controller (DC)

Lecture 113 Verification

Section 10: Clients In Domain Model

Lecture 114 Installing Member Server and Workstation

Lecture 115 Member Server VS Workstation

Lecture 116 Permissions

Section 11: Virtualization

Lecture 117 What is Virtualization ?

Lecture 118 Types Of Virtualization

Section 12: Understanding Traditional Data Centers

Lecture 119 Traditional Way To Deploy The Servers

Lecture 120 Is Installing Multiple Applications On One Server Possible ?

Lecture 121 Drawbacks of Installing Multiple Applications On One Server

Lecture 122 One is to One Ratio Advantages

Lecture 123 Drawbacks of Traditional Data Center

Lecture 124 What Is The Reason Of Installing The Traditional Data Center

Lecture 125 What Solution We Need ?

Lecture 126 Server Virtualization Is the Solution

Section 13: Virtualization History

Lecture 127 Understanding Virtualization History

Section 14: About VMware

Lecture 128 What is VMware?

Lecture 129 First Company To Virtualize x86 Architecture

Lecture 130 Who are VMware Customers ?

Lecture 131 What are VMware Products ?

Section 15: About vSphere

Lecture 132 What Is vSphere?

Lecture 133 What Is Hypervisor?

Lecture 134 Hypervisor Types

Lecture 135 Type 2 Hypervisor

Lecture 136 Types 2 Hypervisor Examples

Lecture 137 Type 1 Hypervisor

Lecture 138 Type 1 Hypervisor Examples

Lecture 139 What is ESXi ?

Lecture 140 ESXi Shares The Resources With VMs

Lecture 141 What Is DCUI ?

Lecture 142 VMware Host Client

Section 16: About vCenter Server

Lecture 143 What is vCenter Server ?

Lecture 144 Other Uses Of The vCenter Server

Section 17: About vMotion

Lecture 145 Understanding vMotion With Examples

Lecture 146 vMagic

Section 18: About Storage vMotion

Lecture 147 Storage vMotion With Example

Section 19: Enhanced vMotion

Lecture 148 Understanding Enhanced vMotion With Example

Section 20: vSphere High Availability (HA)

Lecture 149 What is High Availability (HA)?

Lecture 150 High Availability (HA) Example.

Section 21: Fault Tolerance (FT)

Lecture 151 What Is Fault Tolerance (FT) ?

Lecture 152 How Fault Tolerance (FT) Works ?

Section 22: Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS)

Lecture 153 What Is Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) ?

Lecture 154 DRS Example

Lecture 155 DRS Uses vMotion

Section 23: Single Sign On (SSO)

Lecture 156 Single Sign On (SSO) With Example

Lecture 157 SSO Supports Multiple Identity Sources

Section 24: Virtual Machine

Lecture 158 What is a Virtual Machine ?

Lecture 159 2 Virtual Machine Functionality

Lecture 160 Virtual Machine Resources

Lecture 161 Virtual Machine Files

Lecture 162 Virtual Machine File Format

Lecture 163 Configuration File

Lecture 164 NVRAM File.

Lecture 165 Log File

Lecture 166 VMDK File

Section 25: Virtual Machine Characteristics

Lecture 167 What Are Virtual Machine Characteristics

Lecture 168 Compatibility

Lecture 169 Isolation

Lecture 170 Encapsulation

Lecture 171 Hardware Independence

Section 26: Virtual Machine Advantages

Lecture 172 VM Cloning

Lecture 173 What is the use of Clone

Lecture 174 Flexibility.

Lecture 175 Security

Lecture 176 Backup

Lecture 177 Restore

Section 27: Cloud Computing

Lecture 178 Cloud and Cloud Computing

Lecture 179 Challenges

Lecture 180 Cloud Computing Models

Lecture 181 Misconceptions About Cloud

This course on computer, operating system, network, and virtualization fundamentals is designed for anyone who wants to gain a solid foundation in the basics of modern computing. If you’re new to the world of computing, this course will help you understand the fundamental concepts behind computers, operating systems, and networks, so you can better navigate the digital landscape with confidence. If you’re a student pursuing a degree in computer science or information technology, this course will provide you with a strong foundation in the basics, so you can build on that knowledge as you progress through your studies. If you’re an IT professional, this course will help you refresh your knowledge of computer fundamentals and provide you with a deeper understanding of operating systems, networks, and virtualization, which are essential for your career. Finally, if you’re an aspiring IT professional, this course will give you a solid foundation in the basics of computing, so you can begin your journey towards a career in the technology industry with confidence. This course is suitable for learners of all levels, whether you’re a complete beginner or you have some experience with computing. By the end of this course, you will have a strong understanding of the basic concepts of computing, operating systems, networks, and virtualization, which will prepare you for further study or a career in the technology industry.

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