Monday, February 27, 2012

"With hope from “the land of hope and glory”

“…Thy hope is crowned, God make thee mightier yet!....”
One of the most charmingly simple and self revealing of IPSR’s credential is a veritable association with Mr. Nick Payne from the United Kingdom who explored the gem of Linux amidst of spices and latex. This versatile genius has excelled his potentials as a system administrator in Solaris for over 20 years. His search for a master in Redhat enterprise Linux took him all the way to redhat-intoxicated guru, the crowned emperor of asia-pacific one and only redhat pride – ipsr solutions.

A rich glimpse of Dr. Mendus Jacob MD, CEO of IPSR with Mr. Nick Payne
It is with legitimate pride we congratulate Mr. Nick Payne for a tremendous success in Redhat certification examination which had happened in a short span of association with ipsr.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Don’t blame IPSR for falling in love with Linux

When ones vision transcends a higher terrain of openness and enjoy the freedom of open source technologies Linux the free OS make this flight through techno space a worthy experience. IPSR the master mentor of open source technologies has depicted the entrepreneurial leadership in dissemination of higher-end Linux training to the global community.

The worldwide industries are at an edge of massive migration to open source and recession proof technologies. IPSR with a magic spell wipes away the debris of misconception in technologies and makes the concepts of Linux live in ones heart and that one could never quit without falling in love with Linux.

Here are the words of Mr. Ali AbdulJabbar an MCSA graduate from JIC University, Saudi Arabia. He is presently working as Technical Admin, ACS IT Services, Saudi. Ali has almost 2 years experience in Linux platforms. One of our Linux Bootcamp, students who realized our strength.

"I searched in web for the institutions which provide Red Hat training and I found that many institutions up there but my boss and friends advise me for one place which is the best institution in India , the ipsr Solutions. I contacted IPSR through email and I decided to join ipsr Solutions, Cochin.

Even though the journey from Microsoft environment to the Linux environment was tough, but my instructor was very knowledgeable and helpful and he made it easy for me to understand the concepts, and provided me with a lot of additional information to have a growth in my career.

In 16 February 2012, I cleared the exams of RHCSA & RHCE. I was highly satisfied by the world class services they provided to me.

I am fully satisfied with the whole experience. If I ever need additional training in any of the IT technologies, ipsr Solutions will be my first preference".

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Friday, February 3, 2012

Shadow man mantras echoed vibrantly from the temple of Linux

Auspicious were the three days from 26th January 2012, when IPSR ernakulam the temple of Linux excelled as a techno garden for the penguin masters of IPSR training division. They were carried off by the fragrance of newly bloomed concepts in cloud computing and lessons on virtualization, the contemporary technology in the open source space. The entire team member of all our branches actively interacted and explored the virtualization features and services of RHEL which is managed by RedHat Enterprise virtualization suite. The hands-on labs and in-depth vision of technology had made this session ever memorable and highly revealing. The shadow man mantras were effectively delivered and sections were led by our most enthusiastic Linux guru Mr. Mojan K. Iype RHCE, RHCSS & RHCVA

The team members who assembled in the session include
Justin – RHCE, RHCSS, Sanju – RHCE, RHCSS , Renjith – RHCE, Jithin – RHCE, Mary – RHCE, Ambu – RHCE, Arun – RHCE, Nisha – RHCE, Sreenath – RHCE, Sojan- RHCE , Vineeth - CCNA , Ninosh - CCNA , Yethu – MCITP
Having melted in the mesmerizing ambiance of virtualization every one of team remarked that RHCVA is now at a heartbeat distance.