Winter Training for Computer Science Engineering Students

The short but profitable season, winter, brings along a much awaited time to make the most of this coveted time judiciously, especially those who could not utilize their Winter vacations. We brings to you that time again, where students learn, experiment and develop at their own pace and maximize their skills and efforts. Catch hold of the opportunity that awaits you and enroll for our Winter Training Program.


With our Winter Training Program, We aims to widen and expand the students’ horizons by imparting them real world exposure and making them aware about the latest technologies and techniques. Through this program, students get an opportunity to revise their theoretical as well as practical knowledge gained again and hence, apply for placements and bigger projects.

Benefits of Winter Training
1. In-depth knowledge of the course applied by the student
2. Chance to get real world exposure of the corporate world
3. Helps students to choose the field they want to specialize in
4. Chance to interact and learn from the industry experts and working professionals
5. Practical and live training sessions
6. Personal attention to students for effective learning

With our Winter Training Program, students get an opportunity to learn, explore and innovate new technologies along with acquiring a certificate of merit. We give complete solution for entering into the main league of companies in the industry.

We provide Winter Training in the following topics:

  1. Distributed Computing using Big Data Hadoop Implementation over RedHat Linux Platform
  2. Cloud Computing Services with RedHat Linux Program
  3. OpenStack Cloud Computing Implementation Over RedHat Linux System Program
  4. Cloud Storage Implementation Over RedHat Linux System Program
  5. RedHat Linux System Administration and Engineer Program
  6. Cisco Network Administrator Program
  7. Cisco and RedHat Integrated System and Network Management Program

IBM Adds VMware Support to Advance Hybrid Cloud

IBM advanced its hybrid cloud capabilities by announcing a new cloud offering with VMware that enables enterprises to extend their existing on-premises VMware infrastructure into the IBM Cloud through VMware NSX.IBM said the offering, which includes monthly billing and processor-based pricing, enables customers to easily move workloads and applications across IBM’s global network of cloud data centers without sacrificing performance or low network latency.IBM’s SoftLayer cloud infrastructure runs VMware vSphere deployments via bare-metal servers. Enterprises can run a single VMware environment to do live workload migrations between data centers across continents while being able to easily implement disaster recovery solutions. This makes transitioning into a hybrid model easier because it results in greater workload mobility and application continuity, IBM said. It also helps companies make a more gradual transition to the cloud.“IBM is a key partner for VMware by providing its SoftLayer global cloud solutions for our joint enterprise clients,” said Geoff Waters, vice president of the Service Provider Channel for VMware, in a statement. “This partnership provides enterprises with a proven cloud platform on a global basis with high performance, enhanced security and control by using technologies from IBM and VMware. The ability to move workloads across continents offers enterprises new and exciting deployment options for their applications and cloud services.”

In addition, IBM is enhancing its Cloud Builder Professional Services capabilities to include full support for and deployment of VMware vSphere 6. Via IBM Cloud Builder it is possible to set-up a VMware vSphere implementation in hours and migrate workloads over to the new cloud leveraging a broad set of cloud based deployment patterns and capabilities. This can greatly reduce the risk and cost of cloud implementations by clients, IBM said.

Moreover, new cloud services featuring VMware NSX and VMware Virtual SAN will be available on the IBM Cloud beginning in November.In other IBM Cloud news, Etihad Airways and IBM announced a10-year technology services agreement worth $700 million whereby IBM will helpthe airline to enhance guest experience, upgrade its infrastructure and security, and improve efficiency. Etihad Airways, based in the United Arab Emirates, carried 14.8 million passengers in 2014, and serves 113 passenger and cargo destinations.IBM will deliver a range of services, including cloud-based platforms. The agreement includes plans for a new cloud data center in Abu Dhabi. The center will be developed and operated by IBM.“This is a long-term, strategic partnership which will allow Etihad Airways and its partners to harness the latest technologies as we deliver our services,” said James Hogan, president and CEO of Etihad Airways, in a statement. “This is a game-changing agreement for Etihad Airways, for our partners and employees, and for Abu Dhabi.”IBM was selected due its global reach, its experience and alignment with Etihad Airways’ technology and strategy of deploying cloud-first initiatives. The airline will tap IBM’s cloud, analytics, mobile, security and cognitive technologies.“By partnering with IBM in this transformation journey, Etihad Airways is accelerating the move to new technologies such as cloud computing and cognitive,” said Martin Jetter, senior vice president of IBM Global Technology Services. “These technologies will help the airline to improve efficiencies and achieve its ambitious growth plans as a globally integrated aviation group.”In addition, through IBM’s mobile solutions, developed under the Apple-IBMalliance, the airline will provide enhanced mobile capabilities to its employees and guests. Other solutions will enable airport operations to run more efficiently.Also, IBM and Etihad Airways will create a joint technology and innovation council in Abu Dhabi to develop more personalized travel solutions using IBM’s global research capabilities and the airline’s industry expertise.“This landmark agreement, a fundamental part of our technology and innovation strategy, will bring us a global IT delivery platform that is secure, resilient and future-ready for Etihad Airways’ companies and equity partner airlines,” said Robert Webb, Etihad Airways’ chief information and technology officer. “We have chosen IBM as a global technology partner due to its commitment to its people, its experience in delivering such transformations, and its history of leadership and innovation in the airline industry. We are confident that this collaboration will ultimately enhance our guest experience and reinforce our competitive position further within the industry.”Etihad Airways’ current data center, IT infrastructure, applications and security operations will be migrated to the new data center in Abu Dhabi, and disaster recovery will be managed at an IBM Cloud data center in Europe. This approach will allow the airline to scale and manage its IT resources more efficiently, while ensuring business continuity.As part of the agreement, around 100 Etihad Airways information technology employees will transition to IBM. IBM will manage the data center operation, including individual infrastructure services and IT helpdesk for Etihad Airways.The collaboration provides a global framework for technology service delivery for Etihad Airways and its Etihad Airways Partner airlines, including Alitalia, airberlin, Jet Airways, Air Serbia, Air Seychelles and Etihad Regional.The agreement was signed at the end of September 2015, IBM said.

SAP’s HANA Vora Query Engine Harnesses Spark, Hadoop for Data Analysis

SAP says its new HANA Vora query engine extends the Apache Spark processing engine to provide the data analytics muscle to pull business insights from all types of big data.


SAP is introducing a new in-memory query engine called HANA Vora that leverages the Apache Spark open source data processing engine and Hadoop to mine business insights from vast stores of data produced by machines, business transactions and sensors.The name Vora, short for “voracious,” according to the company, reflects the product’s ability to apply big data analytics techniques to enormous quantities of data.”HANA Vora plugs into Apache Spark to bring business data awareness, performance and real-time analytics to the enormous volumes of data that industries of all types will generate just in the next five years,” said Quentin Clark, SAP’s chief technology officer, in a video introducing Vora.Clark cited estimates that global businesses will generate 44 trillion gigabytes of data by 2020. Vora will enable enterprises to merge this vast quantity of new data with existing enterprise data sets to “make meaning out of all that data.”

SAP says its goal with HANA Vora is to relieve much of the complexity and grunt work with Spark and Hadoop to produce meaningful business insights from distributed data sets.

The trick is to put big data analytics in context with an understanding of business processes to pull business insights from the data. That is what SAP says HANA Vora will achieve.Financial services, health care, manufacturing and telecommunications are just a few of the industries where big data analytics can produce significant improvements to business processes, according to SAP.For example, Vora can be used in the telecommunications industry to relieve network congestion by analyzing traffic patterns.  It can also be used to detect anomalies in large volumes of financial transactions that indicate the possibility of fraud.The company plans to release HANA Vora to customers in late September. Also available will be a cloud-based developer edition.SAP’s introduction of Vora is an “interesting strategic and practical move that could pay dividends over time,” said Charles King, principal analyst with Pund-IT.

“In essence, Vora is an in-memory query processor that can be used to speed queries of unstructured data in Hadoop/Apache Spark environments, as well as structured information in common enterprise data sources, including SAP HANA. That could be a very attractive proposition to SAP’s large enterprise customers.”The introduction of Vora is fairly timely because “Apache Spark is a very hot topic right now and other vendors, including IBM are making sizable investments” in Spark and Hadoop technology, King noted. SAP is bringing Vora to market at a time when adoption of Spark is still in its early stages and making it work with other SAP technology such as HANA, King noted.SAP also announced application development enhancements to the SAP HANA Cloud Platform that will enable enterprises to speed up the development of a variety of applicationsOne of the enhancements enables enterprises to develop applications that gather and analyze data collected from sensors and industrial control devices connected to the Internet of Things.

Services available on this platform include device data connectivity, device management and data synchronization features.SAP also announced new business services running on the HANA cloud platform. These include a new SAP global tax calculation service that is going into limited trial in September. It allows companies to calculate taxes from more than 75 countries around the world.The service supports many tax functions, including withholding taxes, value-added taxes and import/export taxes. The service also keeps pace with changes in tax laws that alter tax calculations.The company also announced a public beta test program for the SAP Hybris-as-a-Service on the HANA Cloud platform. Hybris is a cloud platform for building business services of virtually any kind. The Hybris- as-a-Service platform  is open to independent software vendors, enterprise IT organizations and systems providers to build their own cloud services and market them to customers or other application developers.

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