INET 3102

About This Course

INET 3102 begins with an outline of the trajectory from traditional web-based systems and components toward cloud-based infrastructure deployments. Topics include resource requirements for a web-based system, service offerings (compute, storage, queuing), deployment models, and platforms (AWS, Google Apps, and others) along with deployment models accounting for security, compliance, and risk-related issues.

At completion, students will be able to identify, analyze, and combine the major service components of a web-based application, among them: Service protocols: HTTP and web services; Compute as a service (on-demand CPU through virtualization); Storage as a service: storage models and usage; Security as a service: compliance overlap, resource planes, federation, and the human element; Metrics as a service: how are my systems doing?; Cost models for a service-based architecture; Queuing and e-mail as services; Caching.


Ben Ayvaz
Ben Ayvaz

MBA with emphasis in technology delivery and marketing, Arizona State University W. P. Carey School of Business; BS, management information systems, University of Wisconsin

Ben is a management consultant with extensive experience in project management in the construction, technology, government, and health care industries. Ben's goal in teaching is to give back to a profession he loves by sharing his experience and helping to develop our next generation of leaders.

  • INET 3102 – Web Infrastructure
  • INET 4082W − IT Infrastructure Projects and Processes
  • INET 4083W – Systems II: Analysis and Design

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