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ICT Primer 2013
Draft 2013-07-21
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ICT Primer[edit]

Introduction[edit]

Background

ICT Service Management[edit]

Databases
Apache Cassandra
CouchDB
MongoDB
MySQL
PostgreSQL
Distributed Processing
Apache Hadoop
Apache Mahout
MapReduce
RabbitMQ
Redis
Runtime
Node.js
Networking
OSI model
Transmission Control Protocol
User Datagram Protocol
List of TCP and UDP port numbers
Generic Routing Encapsulation
Managed Service Provider
Backup
Management information system
Data management
Data recovery
Systems management
Network management

Computing[edit]

Autonomic computing
Autonomic networking
Cloud computing
Cloud computing comparison
Virtualization
VMware
Xen
SaaS
Software as a service
PaaS
Platform as a service
Cloud Foundry
CloudStack
Heroku
Hypervisor
OpenShift
OpenStack
IaaS
Infrastructure as a service
Other
HTML5
OpenFlow

Development[edit]

Software Design
Computer programming
Distributed processing
Message broker
Middleware
Programming Methodologies
Agile software development
Programming Paradigms
Aspect-oriented programming
Declarative programming
Functional programming
Imperative programming
Procedural programming
Object-oriented programming
Breakpoint
Logic programming
Languages
Programming language
Comparison of programming languages (basic instructions)
Comparison of programming languages
Erlang (programming language)
Haskell (programming language)
Java (programming language)
JavaScript
Lisp (programming language)
Python (programming language)
Ruby (programming language)
Scala (programming language)
Scheme (programming language)
Development Frameworks
Apache Tomcat
Spring Framework
Enterprise JavaBeans