About MSC in CLOUD COMPUTING

What is Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing offers the ability to acquire vast, scalable computing resources on demand. It is revolutionizing the way in which data is stored and analysed. The dynamic approach to analysis offered by cloud computing has become important due to the growth of “big data”: the large, often complex, data sets now being created in almost all fields of activity, from healthcare to e-commerce. However, companies in the US and worldwide are facing a huge skills gap, that is preventing them from realizing the business benefits from cloud computing.

Opportunities in Cloud Computing:

“7 Million New Cloud Computing Jobs by 2018”
According to a Forbes review of an IDC report, sponsored by Microsoft, demand for “cloud-ready” IT workers will “grow by 26% annually through 2018. IDC expects that as many as 7 million new cloud-related jobs will be available worldwide by that time”. The author of the IDC report (Cushing Anderson) says that “Unlike IT skill shortages in the past, solving this skills gap is extremely challenging, given that cloud brings a new set of skills, which haven’t been needed in the past.”

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS


CERTIFICATIONS

Get prepared for globally recognized Certifications

 

GLOBAL PRESENCE

150+ centres spread over 20+ countries

 

LAB FACILITY

State-of-the-art Infrastructure based on latest technologies

 

EXPERIENCED FACULTY

Get trained from industry-experts

 

iSMAC PROGRAMS

Based on ITIMS, Social, Mobility, Analytics and Cloud

 

PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE

Dedicated Placement Cell for IIHT students

Program Structure

YEAR 1

Semester 1:
1. IT Service management & Principle of Remote Infra management
2. Designing Enterprise Networks & SDN (Software defined Network)
3. Principles of Storage Management
4. Server management
5. Server Automation Tools

Semester 2:
1. Virtualization Principles
2. Architecture of Model Data centre
3. Role of Telecom in IT
4. Process Automation using Powershell
5. Building & managing Enterprise Virtual Environment
6. Data centre Operations Automation

Year 2

Semester 3:
1. Private Cloud (Build & Manage)
2. Principles of Project management and SLAs
3. Building Public Cloud with Open Stack
4. Configuring and Managing Public cloud with Open Stack

Semester IV:
1. IT Security Systems and management
2. Disaster recovery using Backup and restore
3. Data Centre Resource management
4. Understanding Desktop App Virtualization
5. Disaster recovery using Backup and Restore
6. Manage Desktop App Virtualization