Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Aswametha of Awards

No Valkmiki’s Royal Twins Lav and kush in the way of ipsrian aswametha. The emperor of Linux goes unchallenged claiming 10 international awards in 10 years. The high achievement in the linux training was recognized by JCI Kottayam chapter by bestowoing yet another jewel to the crown of ipsrian awards for the sustainable excellence.

Aswamedha the event organized to honor ipsr for the awesome success in Red Hat was really splendid. Ipsr auditorium was glowing with the dignitaries on the dais. Jc Brijesh Goerge John triggered  the meeting with presidential address in which he felicitated ipsr for the 10 international Red hat awards. Hon’ble Minister for home and Vigilance Shri Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan has acknowledged the immense service ipsr delivers  to the society and also recognized Dr. Mendus Jacob, CEO ipsr Solution  as  the true entrepreneur and awarded the momento to Dr. Mendus Jacob on behalf of JCI. Dr Mendus Jacob thanked JCI and the other dignitaries. He spoke about the success of ipsr and also spoke about the various CSR activities. He concluded his speech by giving greater appreciation to the employees in defining the success.

The function was over flown with felicitation from various dignitaries who have assembled there. The dignitaries included  Dr Jose James – Former Registrar, MG University, Fr. Boby Alex – Executive Editor, Deepika Publications, Mr Sajan Varghese – Managing Director , Mangalam Group of Publications, Cyriac Patani – Dy General Manager – Circulation – Malayala Manorama, T D Joseph – President – KVVES , Kottayam, Jc Senator P VijayaChandran – Director General , Institute of Directors, Trivandrum, James Immanuel – President, KSSIA, Kottayam,  Jc Nias Salim - Zone Vice President , JCI India, Jc Robin Abraham - Zone Director , JCI India, Kuttikknam, Pala, Mr.  Zaviour Thomas Kondody – Confederation of Indian Industry, Mr. M K Thomaskutty - General Secretary, KVVES, Kottayam

Thursday, February 21, 2013

With Linux in the Industry

The scenario of the IT industry in the recent past mirror a drastic growth in the open source technologies  Linux related accomplishment over these year tend to view the industry as a barometer for gauging the efficiency, scope and immense possibilities in this sector. The advancement in embedded and mobile platforms has integrated open source solutions into platforms such as automotive computers, android-based mobile devices, tablets, Chrome books and many other related areas.

With the establishment of the Open Stack Foundation and the maturation of Big Data platform open source has paved the toehold in the cloud market. Despite of this huge accomplishment Linux foundation paid relatively little heed to the success. The issue is highly topical, perhaps these technologies are open source but not powered with Linux Kernal but sill their prevalence in the enterprise cloud infrastructures means Linux.

Recently Ubuntu has launched an intense development effort to port Linux over to Goolge’s Nexus 7. This would be a promising effort for the fact that Nexus device sales continue to rise and availability on popular standard platform like Nexus would make it easy accessible in reasonable pricing. Also a notable explosion in the sales of the system with desktop Linux pre-installed has opened the possibilities to substitute proprietary software from desktop environment. Dells Project Sputnik which released a high-end Ubuntu based laptop might turn to be a big deal in US and Europe. Thus commercialization of desktop Linux has been a remarkable development in the open source channel.

Booming Asian Market shows an even higher percentage of respondents looking for Linux talent. Nearly nine in 10 (86%) of survey respondents from Asia say that hiring Linux talent is a priority in the year ahead, citing an increased use of Linux as the primary driver. This is consistent with reports about the increasing use of Linux among consumer electronics makers largely concentrated in the Asia/Pacific market. Hence for people with well-honed Linux skills and up-to-date training, the job market is thriving — and the opportunities put Linux professionals directly in the center of disruptive and exciting innovations that are changing the way we work and live.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Bucked the trend in redhat certifications

If working together is success, don’t expect anything less for ipsr tailors all learning activities in par with the levels of the scholars that no obstacles remain formidable. Hence it comes as no surprise that ipsr was once again applauded for excellence in defining top success in Redhat certifications. It is noteworthy that when the global success rate in redhat certification is so skimpy ipsr has become a pocket that has bucked the trend in registering success.

In this context what become more significant are the observations of our scholars. Here are the remarks of our students from RHCVA crash batch.

Mr. Rakesh Singh is basically from New Delhi. He started his career at Aptech, Chennai. He is now the Operation Co-ordinator at Meridian Technologies Ltd, Nigeria.

 “I am very much pleased with IPSR for the wonderful training. The infrastructure is also very good. Mr. Mojan was superb, and also an expert in helping with lab practice. I am very happy for becoming an RHCVA, And I also wish to do my next schedules from IPSR itself and I shall also recommend my friends to opt IPSR…….’

Mr. A Victor Sam Tony is from Madurai. He is also an RHCE trainer & System Admin at Klimways Informatics, Chennai.

“I mainly decided to join IPSR because I got immediate response for my enquiry. I also heard that IPSR was the best in Linux and I am happy that what I have heard was right. I also thank each and everyone for helping and co-ordinating me. I am very happy to become RHCVA. I am also planning to take RHCDS also from IPSR…”