The next wave of computing is in the Cloud! Increasingly businesses want to get out of the complexity of managing data centers
and insteadfocus on their core competencies. This means that more and more businesses will adopt cloud computing as a
means to handle their IT requirements which gives them the freedom from day-to-day management of IT infrastructure.
According to an Article published at Forbes Website:
"47% of marketing departments will have 60% or more of their applications on a cloud platform in two years. When asked which Value-Added Reseller (VAR) is most likely to win their enterprises’ business for a significant hosting project, the majority said IBM IBM (18%) followed by Microsoft (11%), Amazon (8%) and Dell (7%).
Database (57%), e-mail (54%) and business applications (ERP, CRM & industry-specific apps) (49%) are the three leading application hosting investments enterprises will be making in the next two years."
This B.Tech program with the specialization in Cloud Computing & Virtualization will help students understand Cloud Computing and Virtualization technologies. Cloud Computing is very much a work in progress at this time and so while the course comprehensively covers the basic technologies involved, the history of the cloud and its roots in Service Oriented Architecture and Utility Computing, it has ample scope to take in the fast changing models that are thrown out by cloud computing. Students of this program will also benefit from the several practical credits that provide hands-on capabilities on the various aspects of cloud.
More and more IT vendors are now moving over to offer to their customers their software, application, hardware, storage, and services over the new Cloud computing model, the requirement of skilled resources will continue to grow in size and complexity. A career in Cloud computing, therefore, will remain in great demand for several years, going forward. This is an emerging computing model which delivers IT related capabilities as a Service, over the internet, and one which promises much better ease of use, economies of scale and much greater flexibility in sourcing and adapting to change. Virtualization, Service Oriented Architecture, Software as a Service, Hardware as a Service, Platform as a Service, Business Process as a Service are all technologies and delivery mechanisms that comprise Cloud Computing.
Large System Integrator / ISV organizations help clients drive new innovations in a safe, scalable and accessible way, keeping in mind best practices in Service-Oriented-Architecture, Service management, virtualization, security, information on demand, application services and business process management. A B.Tech program with specialization in the area of Cloud Computing & Virtualization, therefore, adds tremendous value to an aspiring student.
The B. Tech program in Computer Science/IT with specialization in Cloud Computing & Virtualization prepares you for an exciting career in the following areas:
· Cloud Solution Architects
· Cloud System Administrator
· Cloud Security Specialist
· Cloud Application Development/Maintenance/ Testing
· Migration and Modernization Specialists
· Cloud Project Management