Mizuardy, Hendy
UIN Ar-Raniry

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DNS FILTERING: A CLEAN AND POSITIVE INTERNET ENVIRONMENT IN UIN AR-RANIRY BANDA ACEH Rusmansyah, Rusmansyah; Mizuardy, Hendy; Yusuf, Bustami
CYBERSPACE: Jurnal Pendidikan Teknologi Informasi Vol 2, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : UIN Ar-Raniry

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22373/cs.v2i1.2502

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The rapid IT development has brought us to the different level of an era; information openness. The information is now easily accessed through the internet. It is believed that the internet comes with many things that benefited human life. Despite its advantages, the internet also will bring problems if it is improperly used. To cope with the problems, it is important to create a safe, clean, and positive internet environment. A positive internet program, initiated by Kemkominfo Indonesia, is actively distributed to achieve this goal. We observed whether this program is feasible to be applied in a university. Our experiment object is students in Universitas Islam Ar-raniry Banda Aceh. We found that most of the students, about more than 90%, believe that a positive internet environment is important to be implemented. Moreover, a positive internet environment also will give positive impact to their personality and behavior. To realize the implementation, we have compared DNS filtering products which are able to block negative-content websites. Form our experiments, we recommend that the university apply DNS Nawala because it performs better by blocking more than 40% tested negative websites, compared to the other tested DNS products. So regarding the opinion of the students, DNS Nawala is feasible to be implemented to realize a clean, safe, and positive internet environment
SCHEDULED BASED CLOUD RESOURCE ALLOCATION Mizuardy, Hendy
CYBERSPACE: Jurnal Pendidikan Teknologi Informasi Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
Publisher : UIN Ar-Raniry

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22373/cs.v1i2.1979

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The objective of this research The tremendous implementation of cloud computing technology has become a new trend that users can easily utilize high resources through IaaS platform. IaaS is more economical and easier way to have physical resources; in this case Virtual Machines in the cloud, rather than building the infrastructure by their own. To deliver internet services to users such as website, email service or other software applications, a service provider can utilize IaaS platform by leasing virtual infrastructure from a cloud provider and deploy their services on that VMs. However, it becomes a challenge for a service provider to maintain their services due to the increasing number of user requests. They have to maintain resources availability to provide maximum performance to meet their user satisfaction with optimal resources utilization. The approach in this paper will solve this problem by providing service provider a resource monitor module. The module monitors VMs workload based on schedule approach; peak time and off-peak time. According to these two criteria, the service provider can predict and allocate sufficient resources.