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Cloud Computing And Virtualization

CSI Student chapter (JITS-CSI Student Chapter) has recently conducted one day workshop cum hands on session on “CLOUD COMPUTING AND VIRTUALISATION” in association with VM Ware IT Academy collaborated by Smartbridge on 08.01.2020(Wednesday).

The following Industry experts were delivered the contents:

  1. G. Ramya – Program Manager, Smartbridge
  2. D. Sandeep – Lead Innovations,Smartbridge
  3. Jai Prakash Netha – Lead Academic Relations, Smartbridge
  4. Sai Nidhi – Cloud App Developer, Smartbridge
  5. L. Gayatri – Cloud App Developer, Smartbridge

In this program our college Principal Dr.G.Lakshmi Narayan Rao, Academic Dean Dr. S.V.S Rama Krishnam Raju, Convenor and HOD-CSE Dr.R.Jegadeesan, Co-Convenor Mrs.P.Pranitha, Co-ordinator R.Satya Teja, Faculty Members and CSI student president, Vice President and organizing committee and participants have participated and made the program grand success.

Ms. G. Ramya, had delivered words related to Cloud Computing. The other expert members were deliver lecture on virtualization concepts related to Cloud Computing, Mr.Jai Prakash Netha talks on 250) aware of the VM WARE software, and explained recent trends in cloud computing technology virtualisation in cloud computing, other team members Ms.Sai Nidhi, Ms L. Gayathri are the Cloud developers spent their valuable time with the hands-on session in order to make students (Total participants, Some major points were highlighted by the experts are:

  • Importance of virtualisation
  • What is cloud computing
  • Core market technologies
  • Upcoming requirements for the recruiters
  • About the student internship intake
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