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Software architecture of open government
Kroupa, Tomáš ; Nečaský, Martin (advisor) ; Chlapek, Dušan (referee)
Public administration owns a large amount of information, whose value is not utilized yet. An application of Open Data and Linked Data principles could enable not only to effectively publish this information, but also to exploit the value. The aim of this thesis is to analyse contemporary situation, assess and debate the barriers and also suggest the solutions for application of the principles in the Public Administration of The Czech Republic.
Design and Implementation of System for Aggregations of Real Estate Offers in the Czech Republic
Drobník, Jakub ; Kučera, Jan (advisor) ; Chlapek, Dušan (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the design and implementation of software for aggregations of real estate offers in the Czech Republic. The aim of the thesis is to create a system which aggregates the data of real estate offers from web pages. This thesis consists of two basic parts. The context of creating the system is described in the first part. The author discusses ways to retrieve data from websites - especially the extraction of data using automated robots - in the first part of the thesis. The design and implementation of the system are described in the second part. The author and sponsor define requirements for the system in the second part of the thesis. The outcome of this thesis is a prototype that aggregates data from real estate portals into the prepared database. The main contribution of the thesis is an example of a possible approach that can aggregate data from a particular market segment and put it into the database.
Mapping of ICT processes towards global standards as a basis for process optimization
Nekula, Petr ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Bruckner, Tomáš (referee)
This thesis deals with an interesting issue of mapping the ICT processes toward global standards in order to create a basis for process optimization. The author aims to research this subject in its complex range from both theoretical and practical points of view. Theoretical background of the final thesis initiates with a thorough research of all available resources on the topic of the process mapping and description of selected global standards for ICT process management together with their process models. Subsequently the most crucial supporting disciplines used for process mapping are also described. In the following section, the author provides a full description of process mapping proposal, the phases of which correspond with a PDCA lifecycle, all the above mentioned facilitating to enable a long-term continual process improvement. The whole process is being described in details, taking a closer look at each individual activity. Special consideration is taken to the procedure of selection of standards and goals for mapping and reflecting business environment. Practical part of author's thesis covers actual mapping in a selected company as to provide confirmation and verification of the proposed procedure. The field mapping in the company is performed using COBIT 5 and ISO/IEC 20000 standards. The mapping results are then evaluated and reached outcomes are displayed by using the prepared templates. Author's conclusion covers a range of gained knowledge from the implementation of mapping. Finally a set of proposals for using the mapping results in practice is provided. The thesis provides a comprehensive guide to the implementation of mapping of ICT processes towards global standards as a basis for process optimization. A significant benefit is the verification of theoretical procedure in a real business environment and its overall focus on practical applicability. The document may be used by both ICT professionals for their own mapping projects or by the members of academia for further research in the given field.
Process Optimization of the Czech Branch of the International Company
Polák, Jiří ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Bruckner, Tomáš (referee)
The process management is the main topic of this thesis. In the beginning there is a description of the expressions related to the process management and improving of the company processes. The thesis is mostly oriented on the methodology of the potential of the process improvement. Anyway there are other methods and methodologies described in the thesis because they can be useful in further process improving. The second part is all about processes of small company. This company is introduced to the reader. There is description of the strategic goals and organizational structure. Next chapter describes process areas of the company. The priority and owners are connected to the areas. The chosen areas are described more in details and key activities are defined. The monitoring of the key activities of the most important process area resulted into analysis of the benefits of achieving the target state. In the last part there is description of activities and projects that shall remove the limits for achieving the goal. For all projects there is suggested implementation plan.
Creation of a publication plan in the field of science and research
Smetana, Tomáš ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Kučera, Jan (referee)
This thesis focuses on the topic of open data, especially in the field of science and research. The work is defined by six sub-targets and characterize the area of science and research in the Czech Republic and abroad, to characterize the issue of open data in the Czech Republic and in the world, describe the method of publication of data on the promotion of science and research in the Czech Republic and in the world, how to propose a procedure and create publications plan for TA CR, prepare a sample dataset, and then evaluate the procedure used. The work is divided into thematic blocks, which are based on these goals. It consists of an introduction, theoretical part, practical part and conclusion. The introductory section defines the objectives of work and research resources devoted to similar topics. The theoretical part describes the problems of science and the problem of open data in the Czech Republic and other countries, and also the process of creating publication plan according to the chosen methodology. The practical part contains according to the targets two parts, one is the analysis of open data of science and research and other preparation publication plan TA CR. The practical part ends with evaluation of procedure used with proposals for improvement. The conclusion contains a summary of the work and evaluate the goals achieved.
Comparison of selected database systems
Fiala, Adam ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Kučera, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis is based on comparison of popular open source and proprietary database systems. The criteria were preselected in advance and highlight the strengths and weaknesses of each defined system. In addition to that, this thesis is focused on the characteristics which are playing an important role and might be significant for database selection. First part of the work is dedicated to database problematic concepts and various software categories where each individual system belongs along with the associated types of licenses. This thesis is also providing an overview of market analysis that is followed by introduction of selected products. Second part of the work is mainly focused on criteria selection and actual comparison. As a conclusion, an overview summary of results are gathered which can serve as an important information for selecting the right database management system.
Comparison of database systems from the point of view of database administration
Andreyuk, Yauheniya ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Kučera, Jan (referee)
This thesis focuses on relational database systems. The main goal of this thesis is to compare two selected database systems - one commercial and one Open Source, which will be compared using criteria, focused on the database administration. The first part provides a theoretical basis concerning the database systems (it will also include a description of the relational principle) and types of licenses under which the software may be issued. The main objective of this section is to create a sufficient theoretical basis for understanding the rest of the paper. The next section explains term database administration and shows the difference between the terms data management and database management. Next follows the analysis of the tasks performed by the database administrator and a description of each task. This part is fundamental for the rest of the thesis, because it will be used as a basis for a comparison. In the next section one Open Source and one commercial relational database system will be chosen. In the part I will also briefly describe the history of each system and their architecture. At the end the two systems are compared. The main asset of this thesis I see in analysis of database administrator tasks and comparison of how different systems help simplify these tasks.
Telemedicine as an important force in lowering healthcare costs
Ochtinský, Juraj ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Potančok, Martin (referee)
Bachelor's thesis is focused on analysis of telemedicine and its effect on lowering costs in healthcare. The first part of the thesis contains a theoretical introduction to telemedicine, its history, subdivision, and use cases. The second part reviews the application of telemedicine in hospitals. The third part addresses the application of telemedicine in healthcare on a national level.
Migration from Oracle DB to SAP HANA
Nejedlý, Jan ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Kučera, Jan (referee)
The main topic of this thesis is data migration from database system Oracle to database system SAP HANA. The main goals of this thesis are firstly introduction of basic characteristics of inmemory database systems. Second goal is documentation of steps required to migrate from Oracle DB to SAP HANA and the last goal is to compare these steps from second goal with generic steps for database migration and try to find differences connected with in-memory technology. This thesis is divided into the three main parts. First part describes characteristics of database systems and mainly focuses on in-memory database systems and SAP HANA technology. First part also contains a description of generic steps for database migration which is used in the third part. Second part describes steps required for database migration from Oracle DB to SAP HANA. The last part compares the generic steps for database migration with steps described in second part.
Ways of achieving high availability with selected database systems
Tlustý, Jan ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Kučera, Jan (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to define the term high availability and set criteria for evaluating availability and comparing technical ways of achieving thereof with selected open source database systems. In the first part of the thesis, two definitions of high availability are presented along with several reasons for implementing highly available solutions in business information systems. They are followed by the formula for calculating availability and several metrics which can be used to compare individual highly available configurations. In the following part, general features of the selected database systems are described regarding the possibility of implementing highly available configurations and specific highly available configurations are described and tested on virtual servers for the criteria specified earlier.

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