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VMware vSphere: Skills for Operators [V6] training in Vellore

- Formats: Classroom, Live Online, Onsite
- Length: 2 Days
This two-day technical classroom training course is designed to help operators and administrators who create and manage virtual machines. This course provides you with a strong understanding of VMware virtual machine features in vSphere 6.0. By combining lecture and hands-on labs, this course will help you gain the skills required to work effectively with VMware virtual machines. This course is based on VMware ESXi™ 6.0 and VMware vCenter Server™ 6.0.

By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:
•  Describe virtualization, virtual machines, and vSphere components
•  Describe the concepts of server, network, storage, and desktop virtualization
•  Deploy, configure, clone, and manage virtual machines
•  Use vCenter Server to monitor virtual machine resource usage
•  Use VMware vSphere® vApp(s)™ to bundle and manage multiple interoperating virtual machines and software applications
•  Use VMware vSphere® vMotion® and VMware vSphere® Storage vMotion® to migrate virtual machines
•  Use VMware vSphere® Distributed Resource Scheduler™, VMware vSphere® High Availability, VMware vSphere® Fault Tolerance, VMware vSphere® Data Protection™, and VMware vSphere® Replication™ to optimize the performance of your vSphere virtual environment

Intended Audience:  
Technical professionals with system administration skills and operators responsible for managing virtual machines using ESXi and vCenter Server

•  System administration experience on Microsoft, Linux, Solaris 
•  Understanding of basic network and storage concepts

1. Course Introduction
Introductions and course logistics
Course goals and objectives
Online vSphere resources
Location of online vSphere documentation

2. VMware Virtualization Overview
Compare the components and concepts of traditional architecture and virtual architecture
Identify the benefits of virtual architecture
Describe the VMware virtualization infrastructure
Describe vSphere products and features
Describe inventory objects managed by vSphere
Describe the main features of vCenter Server

3. vSphere Client and vSphere Web Client
Identify the differences between the VMware vSphere® Client™ and VMware vSphere® Web Client interfaces
Access, navigate, and customize vSphere Web Client
Use vSphere Web Client to monitor and manage vSphere objects
Perform searches in vSphere Web Client
Explain how roles and permissions can be assigned to users and user groups using vSphere Web Client

4. Creating and Managing Virtual Machines 
Create and manage virtual machines
Install a guest operating system and VMware Tools™
Explain how to use clones and templates to manage virtual machines
Explain the importance of content libraries
Configure virtual machines
Manage virtual machines using snapshots
Explain how raw device mapping (RDM) allows a virtual machine to directly access and use a storage device

5. Monitor Virtual Machine Resources
Explain virtual machine resource monitoring concepts
Monitor virtual machine resource usage using vCenter Server performance graphs and alarms
Describe and monitor tasks
Describe, monitor, and manage events
Describe, monitor, manage, and acknowledge alarms

6. Using vSphere vApp(s)
Describe a vApp
Create a vApp
Add objects to a vApp
Edit vApp settings
Clone a vApp
Manage power operations for a vApp

7. Migrating Virtual Machines
Describe the types of vSphere migration
Explain the importance of vSphere vMotion
Identify and verify vSphere vMotion requirements
Perform a vSphere Storage vMotion migration
Perform a shared-nothing vSphere vMotion migration
Explain how to migrate virtual machines across virtual switches, vCenter Server systems, and long distances

8. Using vSphere for Scalability and Business Continuity
Explain how vSphere DRS can be used to optimize the performance of the hosts and virtual machines in a cluster
Explain how vSphere HA can be used to increase the availability of your virtual machines
Explain how vSphere Fault Tolerance can be used for continuous availability of a virtual machine
Explain how vSphere Data Protection and vSphere Replication can be used to replicate backup and restore data in your virtual environment 

For More Details :
Contact :
Redback IT Academy 
No: 5/X2 Hari Om 2nd Street,
Sathuvachari, Vellore
+91 8189985551

Saturday, 18 November 2017
Posted by Siva Priya

Linux Certification in Vellore

Linux has grown into an industry-leading software and service delivery platform that is used for everything from super computers and Web servers to virtualized systems and your Android phone. This growth creates a high demand for qualified Linux professionals. With CompTIA’s Linux+ Powered by LPI certification, you’ll acquire the fundamental skills and knowledge you need to successfully configure, manage and troubleshoot Linux systems.

Linux+ keeps you relevant 
The Linux footprint continues to grow. In addition to its significant presence in the server room, all the major public cloud providers offer Linux images as a way of speeding up virtual instance creation. Add on that Linux-based Android accounts for approximately 80% of the smartphone market and you’ll find many IT careers are founded on Linux skills.

Linux+ is widely recognized
Large organizations such as the U.S. Navy, Dell, HP, BAE Systems, Northrop Grumman and the U.S. Department of Defense employ CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI certified IT professionals.

Linux+ is your stepping stone for higher goals
IT professionals who earn their CompTIA Linux+ certification can receive the LPIC-1 from LPI. Earning a Linux+ certification is the beginning of a path that will lead you to advanced, distribution-specific Linux certifications such as SUSE Certified Engineer. 

1 Month


Contact :
Redback IT Academy 
No : 5/X2 , Hari ohm 2nd Street ,
Phase III, Sathuvachari, Vellore.
+91 8189985551
Tuesday, 7 November 2017
Posted by Siva Priya

Data Analytics Training in Vellore

What Will I Learn?
Successfully perform all steps in a complex Data Science project
Create Basic Tableau Visualisations
Perform Data Mining in Tableau
Understand how to apply the Chi-Squared statistical test
Apply Ordinary Least Squares method to Create Linear Regressions
Assess R-Squared for all types of models
Assess the Adjusted R-Squared for all types of models
Create a Simple Linear Regression (SLR)
Create a Multiple Linear Regression (MLR)
Create Dummy Variables
Interpret coefficients of an MLR
Read statistical software output for created models
Use Backward Elimination, Forward Selection, and Bidirectional Elimination methods to create statistical models
Create a Logistic Regression
Intuitively understand a Logistic Regression
Operate with False Positives and False Negatives and know the difference
Read a Confusion Matrix
Create a Robust Geodemographic Segmentation Model
Transform independent variables for modelling purposes
Derive new independent variables for modelling purposes
Check for multicollinearity using VIF and the correlation matrix
Understand the intuition of multicollinearity
Apply the Cumulative Accuracy Profile (CAP) to assess models
Build the CAP curve in Excel
Use Training and Test data to build robust models
Derive insights from the CAP curve
Understand the Odds Ratio
Derive business insights from the coefficients of a logistic regression
Understand what model deterioration actually looks like
Apply three levels of model maintenance to prevent model deterioration
Install and navigate SQL Server
Install and navigate Microsoft Visual Studio Shell
Clean data and look for anomalies
Use SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) to upload data into a database
Create Conditional Splits in SSIS
Deal with Text Qualifier errors in RAW data
Create Scripts in SQL
Apply SQL to Data Science projects
Create stored procedures in SQL
Present Data Science projects to stakeholders

Only a passion for success
All software used in this course is either available for Free or as a Demo version

Extremely Hands-On... Incredibly Practical... Unbelievably Real!
This is not one of those fluffy classes where everything works out just the way it should and your training is smooth sailing. This course throws you into the deep end.
In this course you WILL experience firsthand all of the PAIN a Data Scientist goes through on a daily basis. Corrupt data, anomalies, irregularities - you name it!
This course will give you a full overview of the Data Science journey. 

Upon completing this course you will know:
How to clean and prepare your data for analysis
How to perform basic visualisation of your data
How to model your data
How to curve-fit your data
And finally, how to present your findings and wow the audience

This course will give you so much practical exercises that real world will seem like a piece of cake when you graduate this class. This course has homework exercises that are so thought provoking and challenging that you will want to cry... But you won't give up! You will crush it. In this course you will develop a good understanding of the following tools:
This course has pre-planned pathways. Using these pathways you can navigate the course and combine sections into YOUR OWN journey that will get you the skills that YOU need.

Who is the target audience?
Anybody with an interest in Data Science
Anybody who wants to improve their data mining skills
Anybody who wants to improve their statistical modelling skills
Anybody who wants to improve their data preparation skills
Anybody who wants to improve their Data Science presentation skills

The choice is yours. Join the class and start learning today!
Or you can do the whole course and set yourself up for an incredible career in Data Science.

For More Details :
Redback IT Solutions Pvt Ltd.,
No : 5/X2 Hari Ohm 2nd Street, 
Phase III, Sathuvachari, Vellore.
+91 8189985551.
Wednesday, 27 September 2017
Posted by Siva Priya

Cloud Computing Training at Vellore

Course Introduction :
This graduate-level course investigates cloud computing models, techniques, and architectures. Cloud computing has evolved as a very important computing model, which enables information, software, and other shared resources to be provisioned over the network as services in an on-demand manner. Students will be exposed to the current practices in cloud computing.

Topics may include distributed computing models and technologies, Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), virtualization, security and privacy issues, performance and systems issues, capacity planning, disaster recovery, Cloud OS, federated clouds, challenges in implementing clouds, data centers, hypervisor CPU and memory management, cloud hosted applications, and other advanced and research topics in cloud computing. 

A working knowledge of Internet, browsers, MS Windows and Web applications is helpful but not required. Programming experience is also helpful but not required. If you do not possess knowledge of Linux we teach you that too.

Yes! The course presents the business advantages of the cloud and also the technical benefits it can provide. The technical discussions are at a level that attendees with a business background can understand and apply. Where technical knowledge is required, sufficient guidance for all backgrounds is provided to enable activities to be completed and the learning objectives achieved.

World's Most Popular Cloud Computing Technologies are, Worlds No.1 CRM.
VMware, Inc-Virtualizes Computing.
Amazon Web Services(AWS)-Broad & Deep Core Cloud Infrastructure Services.
Linux OpenStack-Open source software for creating private and public clouds.
Microsoft Azure.

Syllabus :
Introduction to Computing
Recent Stages in the cloud Computing
About Grid Computing in Cloud
Utility Computing in Cloud
Basics of Cloud Cluster Computing
Distributed system Computing and Evolutions in Cloud Computing

Overview of Cloud Computing
(NIST) Model Overview
Basics, Cloud Service History . Cloud Computing history.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Cloud Computing,Cloud computing

Architecture of Cloud Computing
stacks in Cloud computing
Traditional computing architecture Comparison, Services providers.
How Cloud Computing Works, Networking and web services roles in Cloud computing, (XaaS)Service Models, protocols used.
(PaaS) -Platform as a Service.
(IaaS) -Infrastructure as a Service.
(SaaS) -Software as a Service.

Infrastructure as a Service
Resource Virtualization of Cloud Computing
Server and Network in Infrastructure as a service
Storage Virtualization in Cloud Computing

Platform as a Service (PAAS)
IBasics of PaaS
(SOA) Service Oriented Architecture and What is PaaS?
Cloud Management and Platform
Computation,storage,Google app engine's,Salesforce explanations
Microsoft Azure in Platform as a service
Working of Salesforce platform

Software as a Service (SAAS)
Basics to SaaS
Web services in Cloud Computing
Web OS and Web 2.0 working Principles
Case Studies

Service Management
Agreements and Service Level
Accounting and Billing in Service Management
Cloud vs Traditional Discussions
Working of Scaling factor

Data Management
Cloud Services and Scalability
Data in cloud Computing
Large Scale Data Processing
Cloud and infrastructure Management
Host level security
Network level security
Application level security

For Details contact :
Redback IT  Academy 
No : 5/X2 Hari Om 2nd Street, 
Phase III, Sathuvachari, Vellore.
+91 8189985551.
Sunday, 24 September 2017
Posted by Siva Priya



1. Google is making another big bet on the smartphone market. The company has announced acquisition of a part of Taiwan-based HTC's smartphone division. Here's all you need to know about the Google's latest hardware acquisition.

2. Google will pay $1.1 billion in cash to acquire a part of HTC's Pixel smartphone division. Google's head of hardware, Rick Osterloh said in a blog post that with this agreement, a team of HTC talent will join Google as part of the hardware organization.

3. The deal no where means that HTC is bidding goodbye to the smartphone market. HTC will still continue to make its own branded smartphones. It will also be able to put its research in future smartphones, like it did with HTC U11 and its 'Edge Sense' feature.

4. The deal marks Google's second bid at smartphone manufacturing. The first being in five years back in 2012, when Google acquired Motorola in a $12.5 billion deal. Two years later, the search giant sold Motorola to Lenovo for $3 billion. Some other big acquisition of the search giant include YouTube in 2006 for $1.6 billion, Waze for $1.3 billion and Nest for $3.2 billion.

5. As a part of the deal, HTC will receive a non-exclusive license for HTC's. intellectual property. It is, however, so far not clear if HTC will also be able to share its IP with a third party post this deal.

6. HTC will be retaining its Vive division. The company also said that it will continue its focus technologfies like Internet of Things, augmented reality and artificial intelligence.

7. HTC is also the manufacturer of Google's Pixel smartphones for this year as well as were for the last year's models. "These future fellow Googlers are amazing folks we’ve already been working with closely on the Pixel smartphone line, and we're excited to see what we can do together as one team," Osterloh wrote in the blog post.

8. Google's association with HTC goes a long way back. The company made the first-ever Android phone - HTC Dream. HTC also made Google's first Nexus smartphone - Nexus One in 2010 followed by Nexus 9 tablets in 2014.

9. HTC’s worldwide smartphone market share declined to 0.9% last year from a peak of 8.8% in the year 2011, according to data research firm IDC. As for Google Pixel, it held less than 1% market share since it was launched a year ago.

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Thursday, 21 September 2017
Posted by Unknown

Top 10 Programming Languages in 2017

Programming is something vast and rather individual as each developer chooses tools that are most convenient for them. However, certain languages, platforms and frameworks have claimed themselves as one of the easiest and most efficient to use. Thus we have collected for you top-10 programming languages loved by developers nowadays. Which one is your favorite?

1. Python

Python is a dynamic and general-purpose language that emphasizes code readability and enables developers to use fewer lines of code (in comparison with Java or C++). It supports multiple programming paradigms and has a large standard library.
Developers love this language for clear syntax, good OOP support and great shortcuts.

2. C

C is a general-purpose imperative language that supports structured programming, recursion and lexical variable scope. It is designed to encourage cross-platform programming and is available on many platforms.
This language is valued for being clear, providing access to hardware and making it possible to create tiny binaries.

3. Java

Java is one the leading choices among developers all over the world. This language is object-oriented and class-based and follows the “WORA” principle: write once, run anywhere.
People love Java for its concurrency (comparing it to be better than Python, for example), great variety of libraries and steadily good performance. Community is huge as well, meaning Java fans can always get a lot of support.

4. ะก++

This language is compiled, imperative and program-oriented and allows low-level memory manipulation. C++ influenced a number of other languages, such as C# or Java and is used for a variety of purposes.
Its key features that make it stand out are strong, static type system (making it possible to catch more errors within a compile time), ability to use it in a few programming styles, good performance and expressiveness.

5. C#

C Sharp has seen an increase in popularity over the last year. It is an object-oriented and multi-paradigm language that encompasses many disciplines. C# was developed by Microsoft and is designated for the Common Language Infrastructure.
Though it is not so widespread as Java or Python, C# has its fans who appreciate the lack of headers, macros and templates, presence of LINQ and anonymous types.

6. R

This is an open source language for statistical computing and it is very popular among data miners and statisticians. This language is a GNU package.
The R pros include its package ecosystem and its vastness and all the charting benefits.

7. JavaScript

JS is an object-based and dynamic language and is one of the core technologies of WWW content production. Even though some people tend to think Java and JS are the same (or at least, very similar) languages, JavaScript was influenced mostly by Self and Scheme.
JavaScript is seeing a rise in popularity and is included in hottest web development trends for the year 2017.

8. PHP

It’s a server-side and general-purpose language designed for web development. PHP is considered rather easy to learn and is often chosen by junior developers.
As well developers love that it’s portable, has a lot of high-quality solutions for an array of web problems and has a lot of frameworks.

9. Go

Go was created at Google and is an open-source language. It’s compiled and has such features as garbage collection, memory safety and limited structural typing.
It is really a good choice if you work with network applications and web servers. Go also consistently behaves across platforms, which is also a good feature.

10. Swift

Swift is a multi-paradigm language developed by Apple and is one of the top choices among iOS developers. It supports such concepts as late binding, extensible programming and dynamic dispatch.
Even though Swift is a relatively new language, it also saw rise in popularity in 2017 and overall looks quite promising.

At DashBouquet we personally prefer JavaScript due to the projects that we work on. However, we are always open to learning something new and we don’t limit our skills to one certain language or framework. Just tell us what you want and we will think of the best way to carry it out.
Tuesday, 12 September 2017
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Top 5 IT Job Trends: Skills & Certifications

Today, end users have different expectations of their IT departments than they previously did. Large developments in networking capacity, media streaming, data processing, and the Internet, in general, have accounted for very different preferences.
These trends will most likely continue and IT administrators should prepare by having a well-rounded IT team. This is becoming the norm regardless of company size or type of organization. Highly skilled workers are a hot commodity, especially in this field. Here are the top 5 skills with certifications and jobs that match what every IT department is looking for in their team.

1. Network Administration
Any complex data center lives or dies on the efficiency and dependability of its data network. Failure of a physical server, connection, switch, or router can be costly when it disconnects end users, automated factory floors, or online retail operations from vital IT functions. All of this increases the need for strong network management to provide vital information for planning and testing healthy networks and the environments they serve. The amount and type of network traffic can provide important clues as to the kinds of hardware and software necessary to run an operation efficiently. The ability to knowledgeably choose the correct hardware, implement connections, and work with the software are highly specific skills.

Network administration covers a broad spectrum, but a solid understanding of TCP/IP, DNS, and related technologies (i.e., load balancing and NTP) are key. It seems that because of the volume and speed with which companies are adopting new technologies, such as virtualization and the cloud, hands-on practical networking experience is preferred by hiring managers, but certifications can’t hurt!

Certifications related to this skill:
Cisco Certified Network Associate Training (CCNA)
Cisco Certified Design Associate Training (CCDA)

Most common job titles:
Systems Administrator
Network Engineer
Network Administrator

2. Cybersecurity
Malicious software, Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS), cyber attacks – these represent the reality of corporate computing today. Moreover, IT professionals must always be aware of internal security issues, from the mundane to the complex as well as understanding the vulnerabilities within their own networks, from operating systems and servers to basic hardware and cabling. While it’s good to specialize, it’s obvious from the breadth of these examples that having knowledge and capabilities across a broad security spectrum can make a difference in any IT department.

A few valuable security skills include expertise in identity and access management, threat/vulnerability assessment, encryption, data loss prevention, incident analysis, governance, compliance and auditing, biometrics, and Web content filtering. Today, it’s increasingly common to outsource the more technical and sensitive areas to security specialists, but it’s also important to pre-empt attacks and possible data loss with in-house capabilities. In terms of security, IT must have the necessary ability to make good decisions about the security portfolio, and this requires a certain level of security competency in some, or all, members of an IT team.

Certifications related to this skill:
CompTIA (A+, Network+, Security+, Linux+)
International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (CISSP)
EC-Council Training (CEH, ECSA, CHFI)

Most common job titles:
Security Analyst
Security Engineer
Systems Engineer
Security Systems Architect

3. Project Management
It’s interesting to note how this skill that might normally fall under production or administration responsibility is now considered essential for IT. For example, when you consider the number of advanced projects that IT has had to undertake, from virtualization implementation and cloud integration to storage increases, Disaster Recovery (DR), and Unified Communications (UC), the need for this skill is understandable. Every one of the new technologies IT is expected to implement consists of many complicated moving parts with hard deadlines and benchmark targets that have little room for compromise or failure.

When you consider that most if not all companies will expect normal business functioning during implementations, the need for precise, capable scheduling, prioritizing, and goal-setting is understandable. IT project managers, or IT team members who possess this skill must have an understanding of the business on a larger scale as well as thorough knowledge of the IT world. IT is the locus for technology development and the complex technical initiatives companies undertake. Having competency in this skill set will be in demand as companies continue to upgrade their technology environments to keep pace with new innovations as well as with their competitors.

Certifications related to this skill:
Project Management Professional (PMP)
Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)

Most common job titles:
Project Manager
Project Analyst

4. Virtualization
Virtualization means converting multiple physical servers to virtual machines (VM). This experience and the ability to convert non-virtualized environments into virtual ones is closely tied to networking abilities. When you partition one physical server into several VMs, you can deploy, operate, and manage multiple operating system instances at once on that single physical server and, consequently, save on a variety of costs. Some of the related skills that are important to have in this area are server maintenance, application development, storage allocation, and security.

In terms of cloud computing, a primary goal is to reduce the cost of computing resources while increasing system flexibility and scaling. During and after cloud implementation, there are a number of skills that are invaluable. These include scaling expertise which requires a unique ability to design and implement cloud-scale applications. A master integrator skill enables one to build best-of-breed hybrid solutions that consume elements from many different sources, both public and private clouds. 

Another key cloud-based skill is Application Programming Interface (API) knowledge. Designing or implementing an API is part science and part art, and highly specialized. Anyone with this skill would be a solid addition to an IT team. Finally, skill as an automation wizard means having familiarity with the design and implementation of automated systems. 
To fulfill the ideal of fast access to cloud services, automation is crucial and so is the ability to work with these systems.

Certifications related to this skill:
Project Management Professional (PMP)
International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (CISSP)

Most common job titles:
Information Technology Auditor
Security Analyst
Information Security Analyst

5. Business Analysis
IT plays an extremely valuable role in business. As overall data levels rise, business intelligence and data warehousing skills that enable professionals to gather and effectively analyze increasing amounts of data from various streams are also in demand. Moreover, instead of just focusing on cost savings, companies are investing in technology that provides access to, and analysis of, real-time data, enabling better business decisions.

This move from process-centric to data- and memory-centric computing is already having an impact on current computing trends. IT is expected to adopt a completely new approach to understanding data sets. Team members will be expected to possess new capabilities to perform fast, efficient data analysis. It will also require new hardware and software implementation skills as well as the ability to run and maintain them.

Certifications related to this skill:
EC-Council Training (CEH, ECSA, CHFI)
CompTIA (CSA+)
Project Management Professional (PMP)

Most common job titles:
Business Analyst
Information Technology Manager
Business Systems Analyst

Today, business analysis, data mining, and modeling capabilities are worthwhile skills to possess in any IT department. For example, conceptual modeling of the business view of the solution is a critical tool to help bring business, technology, and delivery groups together in defining solution scope. 
In addition to an ability to communicate details and concepts, critical thinking and sometimes system thinking are also key. These mean taking something large, ambiguous, and abstract and breaking it down into smaller pieces, patterns, and views within a business context. 
Finally, focusing on risks to the business value of the solution and communicating that risk to shareholders is another vital skill that IT team members need to have in regards to performing an effective business analysis.

For More Details :
Redback IT Solutions Pvt Ltd.,
No : 5/X2 Hari Ohm 2nd Street,
Phase III, Sathuvachari, Vellore.
+91 8189985551.
Friday, 11 August 2017
Posted by Siva Priya

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