Software Network Engineer in Linux Basics

SEED Infotech
In Pune

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Starts Location
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Pune
"Panchasheel", 42/16, Erandawana, Seed Infotech Lane, off Karve Road, 411004, Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

Any Graduate/ Diploma or equivalent (Candidates appeared for final year can also apply)

Course programme

Project Incubation

Project Incubation is an on-job experience where a candidate would work on real-life project in various verticals like healthcare, finance, education etc. Here the candidate would study and research on latest technologies and frameworks to be used for a specific software solution. Candidate would learn Processes for software development life cycle(SDLC) / Software Quality Assurance(SQA) or infrastructure management(IMS) and Technology best practices through hands-on experience on the project. In this phase, candidate would acquire very vital skills which include process driven approach, business domain understanding and application of Technology and tools.The jobs in the software industry demands professional to learn tomorrow's technology quickly and build the solutions. Project incubation phase prepares candidate on all the four aspects so that he is ready to build applications using next generation technology.

1.Processes and Practice
* Support call handling
* Software installation and Configuration
* Administration and Troubleshooting
* User creation, group policies and security
* Daily maintenance checks( Preventive and Corrective maintenance)
* Structured cabling

2.Project Deployment
* Real-life Project Deployment
* IMS Process knowledge
* Domain knowledge
* Application of Technology & Tools

3.Business Communication
* Participating in Meetings
* Email etiquettes
* Project Documentation
* Progress Report

4.Soft skills
* Presentation & Communication Skills
* Interview Technique & Feedback
* Group Discussion
* Preparation for Aptitude & Test Series,
* Personality Development Workshop
* Personal Effectiveness

5.Certification
* Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)

6.Certification Preparation
* Revision of concepts
* Focused discussion of critical topics
* Mock Examinations

Technology - Orientation

Technology Foundation :

Hardware Fundamentals ( A+)
Basic Electronics, Number Systems, Boolean Algebra, Digital Electronics, Microprocessors
Motherboard, CPU and Memory, Disk Drive storage - Floppy & Hard Disk, SCSI Drives CD & DVD ROMs and Writers, I/O Ports and Serial, Parallel and USB Interface, Keyboard and Mouse, Adapter Cards, Modem and Multimedia, Printer interfaces and Supplies, Monitor and Display Interfaces, Laptops and Palmtops
Building a PC System, Upgrading components, Troubleshooting, Preventive maintenance, Viruses & Anti Viruses

Networking Fundamentals (N+)
Networking concepts, OSI Model and Network Protocols, Networking Devices, Cabling and Connectors, 802 Standards, Ethernet, Switches and Bridges, TCP/IP Protocol Suite, IP Addressing, DNS, SNMP, DHCP, Network Applications, WAN Technologies, Remote Access Protocols, Network Security, NOS, OS Client Support, Firewalls, Proxy Servers, Intranet and Extranet, Windows Security, Diagnostics & Troubleshooting

Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows® XP Professional :
Install and upgrade to Windows XP Professional, Automate an installation of Windows XP Professional by using answer files and Uniqueness Database Files (UDFs), or by using the Microsoft Windows 2000 System Preparation Tool , Configure and manage hardware with Windows XP Professional, Manage disks, Configure and manage file systems, Troubleshoot boot process & system issues, Configure the desktop environment, desktop customization, Configure and support TCP/IP, Configure Windows XP Professional to operate on Windows networks, Support remote users, Configure Windows XP Professional for mobile computing, Monitor resources and performance

Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment
Create and populate organizational units with user and computer accounts, Create and manage groups, Manage access to resources, Implement & Manage printing, Implement Group Policy, Manage the user and computer environment by using Group Policy, Audit accounts and resources Prepare to administer server resources, Configure a server to monitor system performance, Monitor system performance Manage device drivers, data storage & disaster recovery, Maintain software by using Microsoft Software Update Services

Specialization in Linux basics
Linux Fundamentals, Linux File System, Linux basic commands, Using VI Editor, Text processing tools - grep, cut, sed, diff and patch, Managing permissions, Graphical GUI-GNOME, Managing Networking and printing Mailing and chat, Regular expressions patterns matching Advanced Technology Wireless Technology, Tools, ITIL

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