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Title: Implementación de un sistema de monitorización en la red de un hospital
Author: Cañero Gomez, Juan Manuel
Tutor: Albós Raya, Amadeu
Others: Marquès Puig, Joan Manuel
Abstract: Hospital network infrastructure plays a key role in providing quality healthcare. However, it faces constant challenges that can affect everything from loss of access to crucial information and the resulting delay in medical care, to information security risks due to potential cyber-attacks that could compromise patient privacy. Therefore, a good management of the infrastructure is essential to minimise these inconveniences. This project aims to solve this problem by analysing the management of the hospital's network, which has allowed us to discover its weak points. With this information, it has been possible to establish a series of requirements to be met by a solution that improves the management of the infrastructure: the implementation of a monitoring system for the network infrastructure. The operation of SNMP-based monitoring systems has been presented, explaining some key concepts and comparing the different alternatives. Finally, a system based on CheckMK has been implemented in a real environment, making the necessary configurations to cover the requirements. This implementation will allow the support team to proactively detect incidents, know the capacity of the infrastructure or track unauthorised connection attempts, among other functionalities. All of this will improve the management of the network infrastructure, which will result in a better service at all levels of the centre.
Keywords: monitorización
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: 9-Jan-2024
Publication license: NO
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