Sie sind auf Seite 1von 7

FT/GN/68/01/23.01.

16

SRI VENKATESWARA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

COURSE DELIVERY PLAN - THEORY Page 1 of 5

LP: IT6701
Department of Information Technology
Rev. No: 00
B.Tech : Information Technology Regulation: 2013 Date: 01.07.2016
PG Specialisation : NA
Sub. Code / Sub. Name : IT6701/ Information Management
Unit : I

Unit Syllabus:
Database Modelling, Management and Development

Database design and modelling - Business Rules and Relationship; Java database Connectivity (JDBC),
Database connection Manager, Stored Procedures. Trends in Big Data systems including NoSQL - Hadoop
HDFS, MapReduce, Hive, and enhancements.

Objective: In this unit, the basic Database design concepts and the procedures for establishing the connectivity
with a database will be discussed. The recent trends in Big Data systems and the tools that are developed will be
discussed in detail.

Session Teaching
Topics to be covered Ref
No * Aids
Database design and modelling – Basic Database concepts, Database design RB-1, CH-2
1 BB/PPT
methodologies, E-R Model, Relational Data Model (55-70)
Business Rules and Relationship – Constraints and its types, Derivation, RB-1, CH-2
2 BB/PPT
Structural Assertion and Action Assertion (72-94)
Java database Connectivity (JDBC) – JDBC Architecture, JDBC Connectivity RB-1, CH-8
3 BB/PPT
steps, Transactions and JDBC (359-365)
Database connection Manager – Driver Manager, Types of drivers and RB-1, CH-8
4 BB/PPT
connection, Methods and implementation of connection manager (335-344)
RB-1, CH-8
5 Stored Procedures – Creating and dropping stored procedures, Examples BB/PPT
(355-357)
Trends in Big Data systems including NoSQL – Big Data Introduction, NoSQL
6 R2 BB/PPT
Database, Types of NoSQL Database, Data Model and Frameworks

7 Hadoop HDFS – Hadoop Introduction, Architecture, Basic Features, API R3 BB/PPT

8 MapReduce – Need for MapReduce, Workflow and Implementation R3 BB/PPT

9 Hive and enhancements – Architecture, Data Model and Workflow R3 BB/PPT

Content beyond syllabus covered (if any):

Application using Hadoop and HDFS.


Applications of Hive.

* Session duration: 50 minutes


FT/GN/68/01/23.01.16

SRI VENKATESWARA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

COURSE DELIVERY PLAN - THEORY Page 2 of 5

Sub. Code / Sub. Name: IT6701/ Information Management

Unit : II

Unit Syllabus :

Data Security and Privacy

Program Security, Malicious code and controls against threats; OS level protection; Security – Firewalls,
Network Security Intrusion detection systems. Data Privacy principles. Data Privacy Laws and compliance.

Objective: In this unit, the general threats for the information management system and the basic features of
program security and the principles used are discussed in detail.

Session Teaching
Topics to be covered Ref
No * Aids
TB-2, CH-3
10 Program Security – Bugs and flaws, Types of flaws, Security Implications BB/PPT
(117-121)
Malicious code and Controls against threats – Virus and Malicious codes, Types TB-2, CH-3
11 BB/PPT
of Viruses (122-135)
Malicious code and Controls against threats – Signature of virus, Salami attack TB-2, CH-3
12 BB/PPT
and control over threats (126-145)
TB-2, CH-4
13 OS level protection – Assets and Vulnerability, Security design principles BB/PPT
(201-217)
TB-2, CH-4
14 OS level protection – Unix/Linux security model, Window NT security model BB/PPT
(228-242)
TB-2, CH-7
15 Firewalls – Need for Firewalls, Firewall Characteristics, Types of Firewalls BB/PPT
(486-495)
Network Security Intrusion Detection Systems – Components of IDS, Types of TB-2, CH-7
16 BB/PPT
IDS, IDS Data (496-505)
TB-2, CH-10
17 Data Privacy principles – What is privacy, Privacy and the law BB/PPT
(622-632)
Data Privacy Laws and Compliance – Privacy Failure consequences, Privacy TB-2, CH-10
18 BB/PPT
Framework, Laws for data privacy (635-646)
Content beyond syllabus covered (if any):

* Session duration: 50 mins


FT/GN/68/01/23.01.16

SRI VENKATESWARA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

COURSE DELIVERY PLAN - THEORY Page 3 of 5

Sub. Code / Sub. Name: IT6701/ Information Management

Unit : III

Unit Syllabus:

Information Governance

Master Data Management (MDM) – Overview, Need for MDM, Privacy, regulatory requirements and
compliance. Data Governance – Synchronization and data quality management

Objective: In this unit, the overview and the need for information management along with the mechanisms to
govern the data are discussed in detail.

Session Teaching
Topics to be covered Ref
No * Aids
Master Data Management (MDM) – Defining Master Data, Challenges of TB-1, CH-1
19 BB/PPT
creating and managing master data (5-10)
Master Data Management (MDM) –Defining Master Data Management, MDM TB-1, CH-1
20 BB/PPT
Classification Dimensions (12-20)
TB-1, CH-2
21 Overview, Need for MDM – MDM Challenges BB/PPT
(25-43)
TB-1, CH-4
22 Overview, Need for MDM – MDM Architecture, Need for MDM BB/PPT
(79-90)
Privacy, regulatory requirements and compliance – Risk Taxanomy, Benefits and TB-1, CH-8
23 BB/PPT
challenges of Risks (195-210)
Privacy, regulatory requirements and compliance – Overview of security TB-1, CH-9
24 BB/PPT
technologies, Secured MDM (225-240)
TB-1, CH-17
25 Data Governance – Basics of Data Governance, Approaches in Data Governance BB/PPT
(411-422)
Synchronization and Data Quality Management – Goals and Technology for Data TB-1, CH-16
26 BB/PPT
Synchronization (367-394)
Synchronization and Data Quality Management – Data Quality Management, TB-1, CH-17
27 BB/PPT
Data Quality Process (404-409)
Content beyond syllabus covered (if any):

MDM Applications in various sectors

* Session duration: 50 mins


FT/GN/68/01/23.01.16

SRI VENKATESWARA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

COURSE DELIVERY PLAN - THEORY Page 4 of 5

Sub. Code / Sub. Name: IT6701/ Information Management

Unit : IV

Unit Syllabus:

Information Architecture

Principles of Information architecture and framework, Organizing information, Navigation systems and
Labelling systems, Conceptual design, Granularity of Content.

Objective: In this unit, the description about frame work, organization, designing the system, navigation and
granularity of the stored information is elaborated in detail.

Session Teaching
Topics to be covered Ref
No * Aids
Principles of Information architecture and framework – Defining Information TB-3, CH-1
28 BB/PPT
Architecture, Practicing Information Architecture (3-23)
Principles of Information architecture and framework – Information Architecture TB-3, CH-4
29 BB/PPT
Components, Visualizing Information Architecture (41-49)
Organizing information – Challenges of organizing the information, Organizing TB-3, CH-5
30 BB/PPT
schemes, structures and social classification (53-77)
Navigation systems - Types of Navigation Systems, Gray Matters, Browser TB-3, CH-7
31 BB/PPT
Features, Building Context (115-119)
Navigation systems - Improving Flexibility, Embedded Navigation Systems, TB-3, CH-7
32 BB/PPT
Advanced Navigation Approaches (120-142)
Labelling systems – Need for labeling system, Varieties of Labels and Design of TB-3, CH-6
33 BB/PPT
labels (82-114)
TB-3, CH-8
34 Conceptual design – Search system anatomy, Search algorithm, Query builders BB/PPT
(149-162)
TB-3, CH-9
35 Granularity of Content – Metadata, Technical Lingo, Semantic Relationships BB/PPT
(194-216)
TB-3, CH-9
36 Granularity of Content –Faceted Classification BB/PPT
(221-229)
Content beyond syllabus covered (if any):

* Session duration: 50 mins


FT/GN/68/01/23.01.16

SRI VENKATESWARA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

COURSE DELIVERY PLAN - THEORY Page 5 of 5

Sub. Code / Sub. Name: IT6701/ Information Management

Unit : V

Unit Syllabus:

Information Lifecycle Management

Data retention policies: Confidential and Sensitive data handling, lifecycle management costs. Archive data
using Hadoop. Testing and delivering big data applications for performance and functionality; Challenges with
data administration

Objective: In this unit, the various policies that are used for data retention and the evaluation factors for
performance and functionality are discussed.

Session Teaching
Topics to be covered Ref
No * Aids
Data retention policies: Confidential and Sensitive data handling – Sensitive Data, TB-2, CH-6
37 BB/PPT
Confidential Data (353-357)

38 Lifecycle management costs – Steps in Information Lifecycle Management R5 BB/PPT

39 Lifecycle management costs –Driving Cost for ILM R5 BB/PPT

40 Archive data using Hadoop – Architecture and Steps R3 BB/PPT

Testing big data applications for performance and functionality – Testing Basics,
41 R3 BB/PPT
Types of Testing
Delivering big data applications for performance and functionality –
42 R3 BB/PPT
Implementation and Maintenance, Cost Monitoring
Challenges with data administration – Role of Data Admin, Levels of
43 Administration R6 BB/PPT

Challenges with data administration – Policy, procedure and standards, Threats to TB-2, CH-7
44 data BB/PPT
(342-359)
TB-2, CH-7
45 Challenges with data administration - Methods to classify data BB/PPT
(363-369)
Content beyond syllabus covered (if any):

* Session duration: 50 mins