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20080424 Wood BIT 541 Lab 2

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    20080424 Bit 541 Lab 2 Lamp Network Design 2003 20080424 Bit 541 Lab 2 Lamp Network Design 2003 Presentation Transcript

    • BIT 541 Spring 2008 Bill Wood Lab 2
      • Popular alternative to conventional – standard systems for web services
      • Built with “freeware” – open source systems – Permits flexibility and customization
      • A “Magic” alternative?
      • LAMP, an acronym that represents
        • L inux – operating system
        • A pache – web server
        • M ySQL – data storage
        • P HP –programming language – all “FreeWare”
      • It’s like the “free” 1972 Dodge Dart your uncle gave you. You found that it still took a lot of cash and time to maintain it.
      • “ Freeware” systems – are not “free”
        • System must be maintained and costs are associated with this as any system
      • LAMP
        • Operating System is Linux
        • Web Server application is Apache
        • Data Storage uses MySQL
        • Programming vehicle is PhP, Python, or Perl
      • Open source architecture
      • Standard system
        • Operating System could be Microsoft’s Windows operating system
        • Web Server application could be Microsoft Web Server 200X, .Net
        • Data Storage could use SQL Server
        • Programming vehicle could use C++, Java, C#
      • Commercial architecture
      • Initial cost – lower with LAMP than Windows given the Licensing
      • Ongoing costs – Possible draw or nod to Windows. Maintaining updates favor Microsoft platform
      • Maintaining the LAMP architecture - may cost more due to the non-standardized open codes and ramp up time for staff to become familiar with that company’s set-up. Becomes huge investment.
      • Capital
        • Server $12,000
        • Firewall $ 4,000
        • Switch $ 4,000
        • Wiring $ 3,000
        • Communications (i.e. DMARC) $ 4,000
        • Backup $ 5,000
        • UPS $ 4,000
        • Web design $50,000
        • Total $86,000
      • Expense/year
        • Registration <$ 250
        • Hosting <$1,000
        • Connection <$20,000
        • Maintain website <$15,000
        • Banking/Credit Cards <$5,000
        • Depreciation $5,000-$8,000
    •  
      • Options include
        • Java
        • C++
        • C#
        • C
      • Options are worthy alternatives to “P”, but not as common as a replacement. Maintaining the common “P” permits the company to stay in open source standard.
      • This choice will add annual licensing costs (expenses) and possibly labor costs depending on the qualifications and expertise of professional staffing to use these tools.
      • Cost to set up organization legally and within the state of business and tax payments (via EFT)
      • Set up sales tax accounts with state and EFT
      • Logo or other distinguishing marks are considered design fees
      • Coordination with expedited delivery company for sending packages – this will require electronic communications
      • Business continuity insurance
      • Insurance to cover the replacement cost of the electronic equipment
      • Cost of using outside company to store tapes from back-up
      • Security means to maintain customers highest level of confidence in transmitted data and that the data will not be compromised
      • http://www.iic.umanitoba.ca/docs/ldavidson-lim-tran.pdf
      • http://books.google.com/books?id=AO2fsAPVC34C&pg=PA212&lpg=PA212&dq=lamp+architecture+computer+network&source=web&ots=LeRD46bWJ4&sig=PxOF1QgIrpCc7ooZWKdPb3EHVAM&hl=en#PPA212,M1
      • https://www6.software.ibm.com/developerworks/education/wa-lamp/wa-lamp-ltr.pdf
      • http://discuss.joelonsoftware.com/default.asp?biz.5.182502.31
      • http://www.microsoft.com/net/basics.mspx
      • http://www.robertprice.co.uk/robblog/archive/2007/10/Uploading_Files_To_A_LAMP_Server_Using_NET.shtml
      • http://www.pcw.co.uk/personal-computer-world/software/2162890/ubuntu-06-lts
      • Cost estimates were from previous experience in hiring or purchasing products and comparing to similar or equivalent tools from today – respecting the size of the organization in the fact scenario.