A new course on cloud computing

BANGALORE: Indian Institute of Job Training (IIJT) launched a new course on cloud computing called IT Infrastructure Management Specialist Course (ITIM) in the city recently to assist the IT I

Published: 03rd April 2012 03:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:18 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Indian Institute of Job Training (IIJT) launched a new course on cloud computing called IT Infrastructure Management Specialist Course (ITIM) in the city recently to assist the IT Industry which is facing crunch of skilled talents.

The course is designed to meet the increasing demand of IT professionals who have to manage data on a daily basis.

ITIM is the management of essential operation components, such as policies, processes, equipment, data, human resources, and external contacts, for overall effectiveness.

The course duration is 416 hours spread over 10 months. Candidates with 10+2 along with A+ and Network+ are eligible. Students with MCITP, RHCSA, RHCE or work experience as a service Engineer for one year is an added advantage.

Ashok Reddy, managing director of TeamLease IIJT said, “The rapid development of data being generated, advances in virtualisation and cloud computing and the convergence of data centre infrastructures are creating high demand for skilled IT professionals. Introducing cutting edge courses like ITIM specialist course is testimony to the fact that IIJT always creates industry relevant courses and this is IIJT’s commitment towards improving employability of the youth.”

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