Supriya Ghosh

Andalusian ICT schools Network

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Andalusian ICT schools Network

This document describes the CGA's hierarchy structure and the tools they used each school year in ICT schools

Contents

School year 2003–04

During the school year 2003-2004, the Andalusian Government opened 100 ICT schools in Andalusia as a pilot experience.

  • 50 ICT schools for e-Government
  • 50 ICT schools for educational process
  • A total of 18.000 PCs
  • Tools that they used:

  • Cheops
  • Bugzilla
  • Nagios
  • MRTG
  • Hierarchy structure of the staff:

    School year 2004–05

  • 150 schools for e-Government
  • 150 schools for educational process
  • A total of 58.000 PCs
  • Software that CGA used during this school year:

  • Cheops
  • Nagios
  • MRTG
  • Sigila (self-made: Sistema Integral de Gestión de Incidencias y Localización de Averias or Integral System to Manage and Localize system's Breakdowns)
  • Unattended Operating System installations
  • PXE
  • SystemImager
  • Tools to share and security
  • NFS
  • LDAP
  • rsync
  • School year 2005–06

  • 618 for the two purpose (for e-Government and for educational process)
  • A total of 105.000 PCs
  • CGA omitted the use of this software tools because they were not useful for a big Network with 105.000 PC:

  • Cheops
  • Nagios
  • MRTG
  • Control software tools:

  • Sigila
  • Unattended installations of the Operating System
  • PXE
  • SystemImager
  • Tools to share and security
  • NFS
  • LDAP
  • RSYNC
  • Unattended software installations:
  • CFEngine
  • Munin
  • Visco (self-made, this is Nagios' adaptation for a bigger network)
  • Software to be used at the schools

  • Apagado remoto de equipos (Remote shutdown for all PC in the ICT School)
  • CRV (Cañón de red virtual or Virtual Network Projector)
  • iTALC
  • School year 2006–07

  • 1.100 ICT Schools
  • 185.000 PC
  • Human and technical resource are difficult to scalar, then, the CGA needed to design a new solution to reach two objectives:

  • Control, management and flexibility
  • To control the grown of human and technical resources
  • To reach these objectives CGA used ITIL

    Related links

  • Centro de Gestión Avanzado de Centros TIC (Spanish)
  • https://web.archive.org/web/20070717170623/http://www.cga.org.es:80/blog/ (Spanish)
  • http://www.guadalinex.org (Spanish)
  • References

    Andalusian ICT schools Network Wikipedia


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