Key players in the growth of the IT industry, the main engine of economic development, will talk about the current situation of the sector in terms of employability, as well as projects and measures, current and future, to qualify students, increase levels of occupation and be able to meet the demand of ICT professionals.
Javier Domínguez, CEO PUE
Óscar Sanz, Educational Manager Microsoft Ibérica
Javier Domínguez, CEO at PUE
Microsoft Imagine Academy (MIA) is the program designed by Microsoft as the only way to recognize interested educational institutions as official training centres in their technology and that can provide recognized training to their students.
MIA offers access to software, updated curricula and teaching resources designed with the objective of training and certifying students and professors in Microsoft technologies.
The head of Microsoft Education in Spain, will explain throughout the presentation, everything necessary to facilitate a training centre to become eligible to offer official ICT training and certification in Microsoft technologies and become a MIA centre.
You will also be informed about the latest official Microsoft certifications and how to access the figure of Authorized Certification Centre (ATC): Microsoft Office Specialist – MOS, Microsoft Technology Associate – MTA and Microsoft Certified Professional – MCP
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Jordi Ariño, Software Developer Manager at PUE
Finch is a small robot designed for the educational field by the prestigious CMU Create Lab, with the aim of bringing coding to students from an early age while learning to program through playing. This robot offers support for more than a dozen programming languages -among them Java and Python- and graphic programming environments by blocks that allow easy interaction with its components: led, light sensors, temperature and obstacle, accelerometer…
In this workshop you will get a practical view of how to interact using Java with the different components and sensors available in Finch, as well as configuring a Raspberry Pi to integrate with Finch and become a much more powerful wireless device.
With the registration to this workshop you will receive free access to online training in self-learning format so you can evaluate the e-learning resources that Oracle Academy makes available to schools and teachers for the training of students in Java programming and Oracle Databases.
Iván Lago, IT Technical Consultant at PUE
This session will be based on the implementation of a teaching laboratory oriented to the learning, configuration and management of virtualized networks. It will show the creation of vSwitches (virtual switches), port types -Port Groups, VMkernel and uplinks- and their correspondence with functionalities of physical switches, such as trunk ports, VLANs and security.
This workshop is part of the VMware® IT Academy academic initiative. All the resources used in this workshop can be found within the framework of this educational project.
VMware® IT Academy is the solution designed by VMware® to provide educational centres with software, licenses, guides and specific materials for their instructors, aimed at the official training of students in their technology.
Ramon de la Rosa Falguera – IT Manager at PUE
Social networks, industry 4.0, digitalization, IoT and instant messaging have increased the volume of data that organizations can and need to work with. The storage, processing and analysis of these data allow us to better know our customers, improve our products and streamline distribution, as well as predict diseases among many more user cases.
Apache Hadoop is a free software project involving Twitter, LinkedIn, Uber, Facebook, Intel and Cloudera, among other organizations. This project integrates dozens of tools and solutions that allow storing, processing and analysing large volumes of data through the use of non-specialized servers.
In this practical workshop we will explore the problems generated by working with large volumes of data and how the use of Big Data solutions solves them. For this, we will implement a Cloudera CDH virtualized Cluster, one of the most used Apache Hadoop distributions in the business world.
We will use 5 virtual servers to assemble a Big Data cluster in order to see how the capacities of these servers are added and tasks can be launched on that cluster as if it were a single machine.
Andrea Plaza, Microsoft Learning Consultant at Microsoft
Office 365 has become one of the main collaborative platforms in the educational environment, boosting talent and fostering the learning of 21st century skills and abilities. With simple and accessible applications of the Office 365 suite, teachers and students have at their disposal a large number of tools that allow the educational process to adapt to the needs of today, where the classroom is not just the four walls of the school and where collaboration and teamwork go hand in hand.
In this workshop there will be a demonstration of how a teacher can use Office 365 tools such as Microsoft Teams, OneNote Class Notebooks and Learning Tools to carry out their classes and encourage learning to the fullest.
Alberto Marcos, Education Solution Specialist at Microsoft
Carlos de Huerta Mezquita, Microsoft Professional Services Architect
José Darío Aldana, Microsoft IT Consultant at PUE
Internet of Things is the present and the future of technology. With the aim of being a reference multinational in everything related to IoT and be able to be present in all connectable devices, Microsoft has developed Windows 10 IoT Core.
Windows 10 IoT Core is a reduced version of Windows 10 optimized for small Mini-PCs (Raspberry Pi 2 and 3, Dragonboard 410c and MinnowBoard Turbot / MAX), for products that are coming under the umbrella of the Internet of Things and, in general, for the embedded sector. In addition, Windows 10 IoT Core uses the API Universal Windows Platform (UWP) , making the creation and development of large IoT-based solutions as easy as possible and allowing us to bring out that maker we carry inside.
Throughout this workshop we will follow all the necessary process to create a prototype on Windows 10 IoT Core, starting with the installation and configuration of W10 IoT Core on a Raspberry Pi 3 board, followed by the download of the appropriate version of Visual Studio to create and develop our first application to finally upload it to Microsoft Azure.
Amador Gabaldón, IT Product Manager at PUE
Jobs in cybersecurity operations play an important role in the protection of information systems. They are among the fastest growing professions in the field of IT, as organizations are in need of establishing security operations centres (SOCs) and equip them with trained teams to monitor and respond to security incidents.
This practical workshop has been designed with the aim of showing how cyber threats are managed by these two profiles in a cybersecurity operations centre.
A replica scenario of a SOC will be worked on, using the Security Onion distribution. It will be illustrated, with an example of performance, how the intrusion detection systems (Snort / Suricata), event monitoring (Sguil / Squert), data capture (Wireshark and NetworkMiner) and analysis (Bro) are integrated to classify and give response to security alerts.
Antonio Bayonas, IT Technical Consultant at PUE
In this practical session, we present one of the novelties of RHEL 7 and Centos 7, the new configuration interface of iptables: firewallD. The firewallD service allows to manage in a less complex way the iptables rules, both for IPv4 and IPv6, protecting in a more robust way our Linux environments.
Netfilter management using firewallD takes a new dimension, based on the definition of zones and services. Services can have a single port like HTTP, or multiple ports like DNS. In addition, it allows adding kernel modules for the correct filtering, such as the FTP service and the nf_conntrack_ftp module.
In the workshop we will discuss the configuration of firewallD, both from its graphical interface, firewall-config, and from the command line, firewall-cmd. For this, we will use a virtualized environment based on KVM with several Red Hat instances, creating a small network that allows us to see in detail how each of the rules affects the traffic between them.
Albert Forn, Director mSchools at GSMA
Julia Llurba Morales, Professor of Technology at Altafulla Institute. Master in Education and ICT
The objective of this practical workshop is to showcase the mSchools Scratch Challenge educational initiative. A modular didactic proposal focused on the development of computational thinking in the classroom through the learning of the free programming language Scratch. It allows to develop the teaching creating interactive stories, simulations, games and animations, and to share the creations online.
The initiative, aimed at students in the Middle and Higher Secondary Education (3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th) and First Cycle of ESO (1st and 2nd), aims to promote digital skills and develop creative thinking and collaborative work among the youngest.
The proposal is structured in six modules, which evolve sequentially in complexity, consisting of 12 sessions of one hour each. Each module poses a challenge that students must solve progressively and working in groups.
Through this workshop we want to share with teachers the materials and resources necessary to implement this programming environment in the classroom following the modules developed.
David de San Benito, Head of Corporate Affairs at Cisco Iberia
Javier Domínguez, CEO at PUE
Aimed at managers and/or teachers of academic institutions, both active participants and interested in learning about the NetAcad program, the objective of this paper is to show in a practical way the current curricular and teaching resources of the successful educational program Cisco Networking Academy (NetAcad).
Led by its head in Spain, the portfolio of courses and e-learning contents designed by Cisco and made available to the official Cisco Academy centers for the training of its students will be presented dynamically.
In addition to the worldwide reference curricula, CCNA R & S, CCNA Security, CCNP, etc., new contents designed by Cisco will be addressed for the training of students beyond networking solutions.
Sergio Rodríguez de Guzmán, CTO at PUE
Organizations around the world increasingly implement the DevOps methodology to optimize daily systems management and software development tasks. As a result, the demand for qualified professionals in a recognizable manner has increased considerably in everything related to the implementation of this work philosophy. Companies seek to hire IT profiles that can apply DevOps effectively to reduce documentation time and improve quality in the development of new software products.
The software industry is rapidly evolving towards the value of using containers due to the simplicity in the development, deployment and orchestration of environments for application developers.
However, the management of elastic and large-scale applications are difficult to manage and this is where the orchestration tools such as Kubernetes/Openshift are brilliant.
The objective of this workshop is to show how to design and implement the complete stack of an application fully integrated in Docker containers, orchestrated by Kubernetes/Openshift with an IC/CD pipeline to manage deployments using Jenkins.
Python is a general-purpose programming language and one of the most popular and extended to date, so it has been adopted in most sectors in the industry -finance, medicine, data analysis ...- and is fundamental for the development of key skills in the ICT sector: Big Data, Machine Learning, Data Analysis, IoT, statistics...
In this workshop you will get a practical view of how to use Python to perform data analysis through a quick tour of basic operations, ranging from data loading and basic graphic scanning, to the processing of this data. For this, we will use a series of specific libraries for data management and analysis: Pandas, NumPy...
This activity is part of the Cisco Networking Academy initiative and aims to transfer the teaching resources that the program makes available to Cisco Academy centres and their instructors for the training of students in Python and its orientation toward overcoming the official Python Certified Associate Programmer certification.
IoT is based on objects that can communicate with each other through the network. A temperature sensor that communicates with the heating thermostat through WiFi, light bulbs connected to motion sensors and even ourselves can be one of these objects connected to the network.
In IoT environments, cybersecurity must be a fundamental aspect. In many cases we are putting our own security in the hands of the IoT applications: automatic door openers, surveillance cameras, alarms... We must pay special attention not to expose our objects to cyber threats when we use IoT systems.
In this workshop we will show some of the cyber threats to which our IoT system may be exposed and how we can and should protect ourselves to have a secure IoT system.