The purpose of our project is to configure a secure cloud server to operate using OpenStack Juno on Ubuntu. We have four nodes that will operate together at the end of the project. When everything is complete you will be able to launch multiple instances and expand your network rapidly while managing your resources efficiently. You will also be able to monitor traffic, detect and prevent internet intruders.
Project Students: Nichole McFarland, Justin Salyer, Khalid Alsufayan
Living Lab onsite networking for non-profit organizations that have come for tech support and network support in there small business areas. We are currently working on repairing a network for a non-profit organization and we will be on backing up a whole system for another.
After a long semester of hard work the projects for the selected clients are complete and their networks are running optimally for their needs. There are no longer any infections and they are secured for the reminder of the year.
Students: John Stipe and Alec Hawes
Our client would like to develop a mobile application that the instructor can track their students. They would like the students to be able to: post their location, submit their assignments, use different media to submit their assignments (picture, video, voice), be able to send a notification to the instructor if they need assistance, and be able to clock their time on the assignment site. They would like the instructor to be able to: create assignments, deadlines, and quizzes; be able to track their students location, be able to assign grades through the application as it is also interfaces with a Learning Management System (such as Canvas), and be able to notify students via notifications as well.
Project Students: Darius Mpinga, Ronny Ovando, Amadou Traore
The project goal is to troubleshoot a POS (Point Of Sale) Database. There are some problems with queries about returned damaged equipment. The return table is only showing POS data and not return data. Also, returned items field tickets show up in the database, but are not showing up in field ticket items. This database uses Microsoft SQL Server on backend and Microsoft Access on the front-end.
Project Student: Khurram Khan
A local organization facilitates the translation of scientific discoveries in the lab into clinical trials and new patient treatments in Indiana and beyond.
The organization has numerous spreadsheets to assist in their budgeting and application of benefits for those involved in the trials, including the doctors, staff, etc. Previous work done by the Living Lab has created a database (in Oracle) which contains tables and stored procedures, along with a basic website for viewing, editing, and creating data. The focus of the continued development will be to continue working on the creation and editing of the data via a website, and making it so data can be imported (such as a Fringe Benefit schedule) at any time.
The website application has been updated so that quick entry of data can be entered without the user needing to click update constantly (using AJAX). Also, the users can now import a file with the correct columns and update certain areas very quickly using an export from other various systems. Along with these updates, some database structure changes were made to better fit the .NET Entity Framework and additional fields were added for auditing purposes. Along with these fields, an auditing factory was integrated so that any inserts, updates, or deletions would be tracked. The user interface was updated so the user does not have to “page” through data one web page at a time, and not get a list of hundreds of records at a time, a search function was integrated, along with other various improvements. Finally, the application now uses IU CAS authentication to provide security of the website. Overall, this was a fun, and at times frustrating, project to work on, and I feel confident leaving the project in the hands of the next programmer. Utilizing the resources I have already worked into the main parts, and expanding on those to the other areas that are in need, along with the documentation I am providing, they should be able to get started quickly and efficiently move through the rest of the requirements for the client.
Project Student: Chad Beckner
Spiceworks Network Monitor keeps an eye on the networks performance in real-time from your desk. We’re focusing on the help desk ticketing system portion of spiceworks. The local non-for-profit companies that are being monitored by the helpdesk need to have their tickets routed to the responsible coordinator of the company, to be viewed separately. We’re also researching how to set up each company as a remote site, which could possibly be another way to keep them separate.
We decided to create two virtual servers for the local non-profit companies. Windows Server 2008 and spiceworks was installed. After all the issues encountered with logging into spiceworks through the browser, we discovered that a new rule needed to be created for the firewall to allow such access. The non-profit companies can now access spiceworks by entering the web address in the browser. A user portal was also created for helpdesk ticket submission, but registration needs to be completed before logging in.
Project Student: Yolanda Winbush
A scientific research organization, in collaboration with various universities and other partnerships, wants to aid in translating research and scientific discoveries into practice and clinical trials. This project was previously created in spring by another student. Their mission is to increase translational biomedical research and to improve the health of people, and also gather information from the client, understand their needs and wants, organize their data, and design a database that integrates the data from all entry points and for all uses. We had to design and implement their database so the be able to access their data as the wanted.
Member: Amadou Traore
This application is intended to calculate an employee’s salary based on their job codes or title. The user is to select their title or job code, and the application will prompt with more options that the application will use to make the necessary calculations for the associates’ salary.
Project Student: Bonani Ndabambi
A university department wants to add a news feature to its existing website. The news section is designed to be dynamic, flexible, and maintainable. It is composed of scrolling photos that will be linked to descriptive internal article pages, or to external pages. It will also have a scrolling video feed that will be linked to the department’s YouTube channel.
This news section will allow faculty members, students, and potential students to access news fields and events regarding the department. In addition, the department would like to update the website home page in order to be more descriptive and informative.
Project Student: Sekou Dioubate
The purpose of the Openfiler project was to replace the old existing NAS hardware in the server room with some updated storage spaces. Three desktop PCs were re-purposed with four 160 GB hard-drives each. Openfiler software was installed on all of them and RAID 5 was configure on the hard-drives using the Openfiler web client. The machines were then configured with static IP addresses and placed in the server room.
Project Students: Blake Kindred, Craig Mishler