Educational infrastructures for IT teaching
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The basic problem of teaching information technologies is a proper infrastructure for classes and courses. This especially applies to remote and e-learning, when a student does not have access to “physical” laboratories. Technologies based on virtualization and containerization can help a lot to deliver the infrastructure. Unfortunately it requires a significant amount of administrative work, because many tasks simply have to be done manually. This article explains the current situation for Infrastructures and Network Applications (INA) specialization at Institute of Information Technology. It also describes how the educational infrastructure could or should be managed in the future.