An Infrastructure Engineer should be able to handle system administration of enterprise level Windows, Networking and Operating Systems in Solaris and Linux environments. The smooth functioning of the entire IT environment is dependent on the infrastructure engineer's persistence, attention to detail and problem-solving skills. HCL TalentCare's Infrastructure module is designed to build these skills and expose the graduate engineer to state-of-the-art tools, techniques and developments in this domain.
This module brings the graduate on par with the knowledge expected of a computer engineer. It maximizes his understanding of technology, operations and services in the software industry.
This module covers the core concepts and applications necessary to launch a rewarding career in the software industry. It covers the basics of UNIX, Solaris, Windows and Linux including hardware and software fundamentals, PC architecture, storage and backup.
Windows:The curriculum covers administration, troubleshooting and demonstrates enterprise usage of Windows infrastructure.
Networking: As a network administrator, you will be expected to have expert knowledge in the areas of basic and advanced study of network protocols of Switches, VLANs and InterSwitch Trunks, Information on RSTP, Switches, Router Study, EIGRP concepts, VLAN-based ACLs.
Linux: The module covers the various aspects of Linux Operating System like OS Installation, File System Structure and Permissions, Service Management, Intrusion Detection and Recovery, Red Hat Satellite Server and Managing Devices within the VXVM Architecture and Virtualization.
Solaris: The module discusses the various aspects of Solaris OS which includes Solaris Virtualization, Volume Management (SVM and VxVM), ZFS, Hands Free Installation, Advance Patch and Package Management, Backup, Domains and High Availability (VCS)
This module uses HCL TalentCare’s proprietary methodology to enable graduates to be completely role-ready. Super-specialization is also defined by the specific requirements of the clients where the graduate would finally be deployed.
This module integrates conceptual learning with practical application by helping the graduates systematically build solutions in scenario-based cases or simulated environments. In our practice school, an infrastructure engineer would go from deploying simple configurations to developing and troubleshooting complex IT infrastructure solutions.
Before actual deployment, a graduate goes through a structured and closely-mentored internship with potential clients. This on-job training module ensures that YEP scholars acquire first-hand experience and exposure to an infrastructure service and management organization, and get the feel of working in a real team with well-defined expectations and deliverables.