Computer Science Department
As it says on their web site,
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater grew from the now fabled performance in March 1958, at the 92nd Street Young Men's Hebrew Association in New York. Led by Alvin Ailey and a group of young African-American modern dancers, that performance changed forever the perception of American dance. Today, led by Artistic Director, Judith Jamison, AAADT has gone on to perform for an estimated 21 million people in 48 states and in 71 countries on six continents, including two historic residencies in South Africa. The company has earned a reputation as one of the most acclaimed international ambassadors of American culture, promoting the uniqueness of the African-American cultural experience and the preservation and enrichment of the American modern dance.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (AAADT) offices contain extensive computing, including 120 PCs, 5 Macs, a pair of Linux servers and 14 windows servers for databases and other functionality, and Cisco routers (3) and switches (8), and as well as about a dozen networked printers.
They would like acquire some software tool(s) that help them manage these resources. The tools would monitor failures, performance and other crucial system parameters.
Many free and inexpensive system and network monitoring tools are available.
The goal if this project is to help AAADT select, obtain, install and configure a monitoring system. Our team will
Learn about AAADT
Analyze their requirements
Research possible products, both open source and commercial
Identify the best products
Help AAADT select one or more monitoring system(s)
If time allows, obtain, install and configure the system(s)
405 W. 55th Street, New York, NY 10019
Cory Greenberg, Esq., Director of Operations & Special Projects, cgreenberg <AT> alvinailey.org
Michael Lederman, Director of Information Technology, mLederman <AT> alvinailey.org
Michael Lederman, Director of Information Technology, mLederman – AT -- alvinailey.org, (212) 405-9040
Their regular business hours are 10-6 but they will work with the students to find times that work well for them.
They can arrange for temporary space and access to their computing resources as needed.