Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Summer Internship for B.Tech Students



Summer Internship is a term which is already prevalent in the dictionary of Engineering students or students pursuing graduate/post-graduate level IT degree courses. It is a widely known fact that today all the engineering and technical courses has project based Summer Internship in Jaipur as a part of their curriculum. The purpose behind this is to boost the knowledge of the students on the different innovative and newest technologies and to provide a platform to students where they can get the real time exposure of the corporate world.

Summer Internship for students is imperative because it is the best way to acquire as much mastery about their field as possible which helps in building confidence of the students. Training helps learners to acquire the latest techniques, skills, methodologies and to build a strong foundation for their career growth.

Summer Internship in Jaipur is a popular choice among students as Jaipur is a hub of all IT companies and training centres. There are many industrial training companies present in Jaipur which provides summer and winter Internship to students. Also, B.Tech Summer Training 2017 and other are much better and advanced in every aspect as compared to other training companies in any other parts of the country.

The main advantage students get in doing summer Internship from Jaipur is that these companies not only provides excellent short term as well as long term training to students but also provides them with the opportunity to appear in placement drive of top notch MNCs. Furthermore, students are also given a chance to work on live project with the help of industry leaders. In addition to that, after the successful completion of training they are given globally approved certificates.

LinuxWorld Informatics Pvt Ltd  Opens Some of its High-End Internal Projects to get Exposure on Various Aspects of New Booming Technology Opens it applications for various technologies namely DevOps, Docker Operational Intelligence Tool - Splunk BigData Hadoop, Cloud Computing, Virtualization, OpenStack, RHCA, RedHat Linux, Python and many more to go...

For further details click on :

Application Form Link:

Friday, 19 February 2016

How to Find Paid Summer Internships

Summer internships are all about making connections and getting valuable experience. Unfortunately, many college students are simply not in a financial position to work all summer without a paycheck. In this case, they will need to find an internship that is going to pay them. Although they are more difficult to come by than unpaid opportunities, they are out there and there are a few places that students can go to find them.
Before a student even starts looking for an internship, the most important thing they can do is make themselves as marketable as possible. This means that they need to get excellent grades during the school year and get involved with campus activities that are related to their field. If they expect to be paid for their efforts over the summer, they need to be able to prove to a company that they are worth the money.

A great place to start looking for an internship is with the career services office at whatever college or university the student attends. They will have a great deal of information on a variety of internship programs and they should know which ones are paid and which are not. When speaking with the career counselor, the student should be very clear about the fact that they are only interested in applying for paid positions.

Another good place to check out for a paid internship is a local job fair. This is a great way to get an idea of what companies are out there in a particular field. If a student sees a company that interests them, they should not be shy about asking the representative present if they offer any paid internships. When attending this type of event, it is a good idea for the student to have copies of their resume on hand in case a company wants them to submit an application on the spot.

Some students may be lucky enough to have a summer job in their desired field. For example, a student studying to be a teacher may have a job tutoring over the summer. If this is the case, they should simply ask their academic advisor if they could get credit for doing their job. They very well may say yes and then the student will have to search no further for their paid internship.

Paid Summer Internships are not always easy to come by, but there a student who is focused and specific in their search should be able to find one. It is a good idea to speak with a career counselor or attend a job fair for ideas. Students should also remember that, if they expect to be paid for their time, they should make themselves excellent candidates by performing well in school.

Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Important aspects of an internship program

A university or Business School that is keen on a comprehensive internship program will have to make concerted efforts to help students gain experience in highly competitive organizations. Their fresh ideas, unique perspectives and fundamental knowledge are important assets that can help shape the future of an organization. The Internship Program for interns has to be designed to provide students with the opportunity to work on meaningful assignments and gain real-world experience. Real-world experience will be aligned to the courses studied by students. Such experience is of vital importance to students in two main areas:

1. Gain Valuable Work Experience in the Chosen Field of Interest
An internship is a great way to gain hands on work experience, develop specific skills and knowledge as well as to network with people from the students' chosen field. Moreover, employers assess the skills and abilities of prospective employees by evaluating their previous experience. Students pursue career-related opportunities prior to graduation, thereby, obtaining an edge over other candidates in the competitive job market. A dedicated hard working student should impress the employer to the ultimate aim of gainful employment towards the end of the internship tenure.

Summer Internship 2016 for Cloud Computing 

2. Decision on Right Careers Prior to Graduation
An internship provides a more accurate picture of what individuals do in certain professions. After experiencing a particular job environment and observing what it entails, students may decide if this is the right career for them.

The internship should be compulsory for all final year students of various disciplines. It has to be of a minimum duration of six consecutive weeks.

Executive students should be exempted from the internship program since they are already working employees.

Through a combination of real life experience and academic coursework, the university must offer a unique insight into the world of business, providing both tangible and intangible benefits:

1.Students gain practical training and real life, hands-on work experience.
2. Learn about the dynamic world of business.
3. Explore and develop career options.
4. Enhance their resumes and improve their marketability.
5. Learn about living and working with persons from varied backgrounds
6. Develop new skills and competencies

Students should be required to explain in their research report how the internship enriched their learning by identifying theories and concepts studied in class and their application in relation to their experience in the organization of internship. Reports should be provided to faculty through the Internship Department and graded by the concerned faculty in the area in which the student is majoring. Certain credit hours should be allotted for passing internship grades.

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

How to Find Your Ideal Internship Program

Employers often request that college graduates have "real world" experience, and internships are one of the best ways to achieve that.

Internships provide an opportunity to experiment and pursue careers that match your academic and personal interests.


Internships Are Important Career Builders
Internships can give you your firsthand on-the-job experience. Choosing an ideal internship program goes a long way in launching your career. However, it's important to make sure that the internship you choose matches your academic and personal interests.

Let's go through a few things that can help you find your ideal internship.
Define Your Internship and Career Goals


An internship is a great tool to help you define your career goals. For example, are you interested in investment banking? Try to get an internship with some banks with strong investment components. Are you interested in social activism? You might consider an internship with a local or state politician or you could seek out a charity or an activist group like Greenpeace.

If you are interested in art, then an internship with an art museum or advertising agency may be perfect. Internships are useful since they give you excellent exposure and the chance to explore new and exciting career fields.

Ask yourself why you want to do the internship. What do you want to gain from it? It could be a lot of different things such as gaining entry into the organization, networking and learning the field.

Be clear about the type of company you want to do your internship with. Organizations are of different sizes and shapes, from Fortune 500 to not-for-profit.

Choosing the right company can make a lot of difference when you are ready to write your resume.
Choose an industry that best suits your needs. Even when you know exactly what you want to do, you can still be uncertain about the type of industry that best suits you. Interning helps you identify this or clear up misconceptions that you may have about yourself.

Where and when do you want to intern (geographically)? Do you want to do this during a summer break or do you want to devote a whole semester or year to it? Decide this before you begin your search for an internship.

Internships are usually unpaid, although some pay is associated with some of them. In this matter, you are expected to be thoroughly professional. Financial constraints may be a deciding factor in your choice of an internship.

Search for the Internship of Your Choice
It is important to set aside enough time to locate and apply for rewarding internships. Work with a career counselor, speak with faculty members, review career resources, check out the classified ads for potential employers, and check with college alumni; these are some of the best sources for internships.

Internship programs are highly competitive. Treating this as a job and following up after the interview will benefit you. Create a good resume and covering letter. Polish your interviewing skills. Follow up after the interview. Be persistent but not annoying to land the internship you want.

Data Volume

When we talk about big data, first thing comes in mind is amount of data or size of data or quantity of data.

Here Problem is -
How to store large amount of data ?             ...No Problem....use.... HDFS
How to process large amount of data ?         ...No problem....use.... Hadoop Map Reduce


Big Data volume speaks about data which is larger than normal volume of data which was so far stored and processed by traditional system.

If data is larger than normal amount of data then definitely its challenging and expensive to load and process this data. How it can be achieved, let see this in Hadoop Framework.



Data units in Big Data










Disk Storage Processor or Virtual Storage


1  GB 1000 MBs 1024 MBs  1 x 10⁹  Bytes

1  TB 1000 GBs 1024 GBs  1 x 10¹²  Bytes

1  PB 1000 TBs 1024 TBs  1 x 10¹⁵  Bytes

1  EB 1000 PBs 1024 PBs  1 x 10¹⁸  Bytes

1  ZB 1000 EBs 1024 EBs  1 x 10²¹  Bytes

1  YB 1000 ZBs 1024 ZBs  1 x 10²⁴  Bytes

1  BB 1000 YBs 1024 YBs  1 x 10²⁷  Bytes

1  GeopB 1000 BBs 1024 BBs  1 x 10³⁰  Bytes












Here,

GB       -     GigaBytes
TB       -     TeraBytes
PB       -     PetaBytes
EB       -     ExaBytes
ZB       -     ZettaBytes
YB       -     YottaBytes
BB       -     BrontoBytes
GeopB    -     GeopBytes

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

What is Cloud Computing? 10 Defining Points

This seems like an odd question to ask since you probably already have some concept of "the cloud." However, given some of the conversations I have been having recently, I think there's a good deal of cloudy thinking about cloud computing.

So here is the gist of what the cloud is (imho) summed up for you in a set of bullet points:

"Cloud Computing" is currently a marketing term. And that's why I'm writing this; to divorce the use of Cloud Computing, the marketing term, from the use of Cloud Computing as an architectural idea. Marketing terms don't have to conform to precise definition. They get used, then abused, then severely exploited and finally, as their bandwagon grinds to a halt, they get pitched onto the sorry stack of broken buzz words. That's what happened to "eBusiness", "Web Services", "On Demand" and so on. Until the recession began in earnest Cloud Computing was a reasonably sane marketing term. That's now changing because, in the minds of the IT audience, the cost of cloud computing is lower. That makes cloud the hype-word du jour.

Cloud Computing is NOT SaaS (Software As A Service). I'm making this point because some commentators have been equating these two ideas as if they were identical. SaaS is healthy terminology. SaaS is out-hosted software that you can access directly. Although you might not think of it as such, your electronic banking capability is SaaS - you just don't pay for it directly. As such electronic banking is no different to Zoho or Google Apps. However, electronic banking is definitely not Cloud Computing, no matter how much you stretch the definition.

Cloud Computing Is Not About Emulating Google It looks suspiciously like the initial enthusiasm for cloud computing as a technology strategy was prompted by Google envy. Google was doing something unprecedented in building huge data centers to support its business. It was clearly a fact that Google's operation was highly efficient and some CIOs mused about whether they could emulate Google. Actually there was no chance, because Google's business was defined by just two uncommon transactions: searching the web and placing adverts. Google designed a huge massively parallel operation using computer servers and switches they built themselves within an architecture that was optimized for precisely that workload. You can't emulate that unless, like some social networking sites, you have a small variety but very large numbers of transactions. As you might expect, some social networking sites have emulated Google.


Cloud Computing Is About Technology Stacks Cloud computing is about technology stacks in the same way that the ISP business is about technology stacks. In general ISP deliver a consistent service to the myriads of web sites they host by employing a standard technology stack, most commonly, the LAMP (Linux Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack. This means that management effort is minimal because everyone is running the same application (a web site) with the same technology (LAMP) and, where customers do have problems, they will normally be the same issues cropping up time and again.
Cloud Computing Is About Economies of Scale The only thing that everyone seems to agree upon about Cloud Computing is that it is constructed for scale and that it is hosted on a set of resources that are distinct from the typical IT network. In other words within "the cloud" there is an architectural attempt to build for scale. Most cloud offerings are going to be based upon scalability. The truth is that if you plan to have a very large data center and you organize its use so that most of the workloads are very similar, or better, identical, then you will achieve significant economies of scale. You will then be able to offer the service at prices that undercut the customer's costs of running the application in-house. The more customers you achieve the better the cost advantage.

Cloud Computing Is Not Outsourcing The typical corporate data center is not a cloud and will never become one. Its workloads are mixed the platforms they run on are mixed - the whole technology stack is mixed. That means you cannot transform the whole data center into a cloud operation. However, you can outsource it.

Are There Any Clouds Computing Standards? Not really, or perhaps better to say "not yet." In general cloud computing infrastructure is built on servers that employ virtualization technology to deliver efficient resource utilization and typically, abide by open standards and, for the sake of economy, use open source software extensively. There is an organization formed by a group of universities, called the Open Cloud Consortium (OCC), which is promoting open frameworks that will let clouds operated by different organizations work together seamlessly.

Is there Such A Thing As An Internal Cloud? Again, not really, or perhaps better said "not yet." There is sense in organizations creating "domains" within their own networks that are built on cloud-type architectures, especially if they have applications that may need to scale over time. If cloud standards existed then such domains could be thought of as Internal Clouds. They would become staging areas for possibly moving internal applications into the cloud, or if the organization has its own software that it intends to offer as a service, then such a domain could become the platform for providing that service.

Is Cloud Computing Anything To Do With Web 2.0? No nothing at all. But you can make the connection if you want to. Many web sites that are said to be Web 2.0, primarily because they are social networking sites, have had to scale up dramatically when their user population shot into the millions. Because of that they have had to adopt highly scalable architectures (or die). Because they have such architectures they may be in a good position to offer some services to users in the manner of cloud computing.

Do Clouds Offer Guaranteed Service Levels? The answer to this is "yes" or at least it should be, and in the future it surely will be. We have to exclude free services, like Yahoo Mail and many of Google's services, which can be described as Cloud Computing from most perspectives, because a free service is never going to offer guarantees (even if it makes an excellent living from adverts.) But Cloud Computing will ultimately be defined, from the user's perspective, by service levels and the nature of the service itself. If Cloud Computing Services are well defined in that way, then it becomes possible to compare such services with the cost of providing a similar capability from your own data center - as long as the Cloud Computing provider is transparent in providing details of the technology that it deploys.


Monday, 21 September 2015

Winter Internships Allow Engineering Students to Get Prosperous Jobs by Reshmi Agarwal

Winter Internship is like a pre-professional experience which helps students to get trained according to the modern industrial requirements. Read on to understand its importance in the present world.
Before the hit of recession, leading MNCs and IT-Giants used to visit several colleges for hiring the deserving candidates through placements. Since the hard hit of global recession there is a negative impact upon these IT firms and the present scenario speaks a different language. Today, the graduates of engineering had to pass through several stages of struggle for finding a good job as per the expectations of the companies and qualifications of the students. The entire explanation can be confined to a single statement i.e. don't just depend on placements for getting a job.
With the increase in number of engineering colleges in India, there is a steep rise in the number of engineering graduates. Due to this there exists a huge demand of engineering jobs. In order to make your place in this competitive environment, you need to increase your quality so as to prove yourself a deserving candidate for a job.
With the growth of too many private engineering institutes in India, it has been noticed that the quality of education offered to the young minds is not up to the mark. The urgent need of the hour is to improve the academic skills of the students and make them eligible to meet the current industrial needs.

There is only one way to kill the above mentioned problems of getting a suitable job and that is an internship. Internships for engineering students are offered at a lot of institutes. Such training programmes act as pre-professional experience which helps you to gain in-depth knowledge about the kind of work required in an industry.
Any student who has completed MCA or B.Tech can join MCA Winter internship programmes. Al these programmes are typically designed to prepare students as per the current industrial standards. During the training, you will learn about the up-to-the-date technologies and the ways of implementing the same into various applications. You will gather professional experience of working in a team on different projects. Not only this, you will also get a chance to work with talented professionals who will guide you with their inbound knowledge and experience.
WebTek Labs offers 6 months Winter Training to the technical as well as non technical students. Being an IBM authorized training center, it holds a strong reputation in the market of education. On completion of the internship, students are offered IBM certification which not only increases their value but also widens the scope of lucrative jobs for them. If you want to opt for an industrial training from this institute, contact the training executives and join the winter sessions.
if anyone want to do winter Internship in Bigdata hadoop. Please visit on - http://www.wintertraining.in