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Title: Designing of Virtual Cloud Labs for the Learning Cisco CyberSecurity Operations Course
Authors: Balyk, Nadiia
Vasylenko, Yaroslav
Oleksiuk, Vasyl
Shmyger, Galina
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Balyk N., Vasylenko Ya, Oleksiuk V., Shmyger G. Designing of Virtual Cloud Labs for the Learning Cisco CyberSecurity Operations Course // ICT in Education, Research, and Industrial Applications. Proc. 15th Int. Conf. ICTERI. (Kherson, June 12-15, 2019). Kherson, 2019. Vol. II. P. 960-967
Issue Date: 12-Jun-2019
Keywords: ICT-competence
virtual cloud lab
Apache CloudStack,
EVE-NG Community
computer science trainee teachers
Rasch model
Abstract: The article is devoted to the study of the problem of the cybersecurity basics teaching. The training of the ICT-specialties students using the course “CCNA Cyber Operations” of the network academy Cisco is considered. At present, many universities have similar academies, while others can open them. On the basis of free software platforms Apache CloudStack and EVE-NG Community authors designed and implemented a virtual cloud laboratory. It operates according to the “IaaS” model. Thanks to the technology of embedded virtualization, the work of many virtual machines, storing of their status, traffic analysis and visualization of network topologies are maintained. The article describes the experience of teaching students of the specialty “Pedagogical education. ICT” in the course “CCNA Cyber Operations” with the use of virtual cloud laboratories. The authors have been conducted a survey of students who studied at the course. Its purpose was to determine how much they satisfied were with the course. Statistical processing of the results was performed on the basis of the Rasch model using the software MiniSteps.
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