What are the Benefits of Industrial Training?

The main reason for engineering students to do industrial training is that they became prepared for a graduate job in their chosen field. It is the chance for students to implement in real life what they study in their collage life. Industrial Training provides best experience to students. Some of these are as below :

  • Working experience
  • Apply your technical knowledge and engineering methods to a real-life situations
  • Work with other engineering professionals.
  • Experience what it’s like to work in a professional organization
  • Increase your technical, interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written
  • Observe interactions of engineers with other professional groups
  • Witness the functioning and organisation of business and companies

 


Cloud Computing Summer Training 2017

Cloud Computing is a modern and most demanding technology. Cloud Computing word can be referred Software as a Service (SaaS) which is a type of set-up where the applications are distributed over a broad program of computers worldwide. The main benefit of cloud computing technology is, it can distribute computing over a network and it is very cost effective technology. It has the capacity to run a course on large number of personal computers at the same time.

Cloud Computing Quick Definitions:

  • Delivering hosted services and application over the Internet.
  • Can be described as an: “Internet-Centric Software”
  • SaaS – ‘Software as a Service’ is the most common cloud type used today.
  • Majority of internet users in one way or another have used cloud software, and that include Email, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc…

Some Benefits:

  • Minimize/eliminate IT infrastructure costs.
  • On-demand scalability (Scale up & down depending on the company IT needs).
  • Accessibility of the hosted software from any place where internet connectivity is available
  • Help companies focus on their core organizational goal and objectives.

 

Private Cloud vs Public Cloud:

Private Cloud: generally controlled, managed and hosted by an organization within a private data center or that of a third-party service provider. In private clouds service access can be limited and customers have some control/ownership of the service implementation.

Benefits:

  • Reduced Risk
  • Increased Operational Control
  • Improved Security & Trust
  • Greater Flexibility
  • Better IT Visibility

Considerations:

  • Cost
  • Scalability
  • Time to Implement
  • Staff / Learning Curve

Public Cloud: a data center made available in a metered manner to the public for purchase, resale or as a pay-as-you-go service. With public cloud, you are sharing infrastructure with others and receive a standardized, yet highly scalable, type of capacity, on demand.

Benefits:

  • Increased Utilization
  • Reduced Time to Market
  • Increased Agility
  • Improved Collaboration
  • Decreased costs

Considerations:

  • Privacy and Security
  • Reliability and Availability
  • Transition and Execution
  • Limited Scope for Customization

The Cloud Computing Stratosphere

There is ever-growing number of companies providing “Cloud-based” services for businesses. These range from communications and social applications to deployment platforms that form backbone of a company’s infrastructure. As new offerings emerge, customers, marketers and the industry at large may each have a different view of the strata. Here is one take on where the major players fit into the shifting cloud atmosphere.