IT Infrastructure

FISAT acquired Sun Blade Servers

FISAT has added state of the art Sun BladeTM servers to our Campus Infrastructure. The Sun blade chassis 6000 consists of 4 number of X6250 blade servers with a total capacity of 10 blades. Each blade consists of Two Quad-Core Intel (R) Xeon(R) L5430 Processor, (2x6MB L2, 2.66 GHz, 1333MHz FSB, 50W) with 4 GB PC2-5300 DDR2 RAM.  Three of the blades run on Debian 5.0 GNU/Linux and one blade on Windows Server 2003 (64 bit). All the campus automation projects, staff & students` logins, campus intranet etc will be hosted in these servers.

Sun (TM) Storage J4200 array
A Sun(TM) Storage J4200 array is a new addition to the campus infrastructure with a total capacity of 1.8 TB for external storage.

FISAT`s Mail Server moved to Google.    
The mail server of FISAT is now hosted by Google. With this facility all the mails under the domain "" will have the same features as of Gmail. This includes Google-hosted email, calendar and IM apps. The mail storage capacity is same as that of Gmail and now it is more than 7 GB for each user. Google Apps Education Edition is a free suite of hosted communication & collaboration applications designed for schools and universities. With this change, the utility of the campus mail is bound to improve and become user friendly with less spam.

Campus Automation

FISAT has adopted total automation as a basic need for the most efficient management of the college administration. The Campus Dimension Software Package which includes modules for  Academics, Library, Administration, Accounts, Store etc are installed and all are integrated to a single database. A web-based service acts as an interactive tool for parents, teacher, students and the campus administration centres for information exchange and thus links up the various departments and management functions of the college.  

Staff-in-Charge : Rajesh T R, Systems Manager