Narasaraopeta Engineering College organised AZURE Cloud Workshop with Microsoft

New Delhi :Narasaraopeta Engineering College, Guntur, in partnership with Microsoft Technology Associate, conducted a workshop on “AZURE Cloud”, Microsoft’s cloud computing platform, for engineering students during 14-19 February 2019. Azure Cloud services is the best in providing a centralized management system for all corporate needs. It is a must know technology for every IT and computer science graduate in the country.
Following the recent workshops on “Introduction to Programming using HTML & CSS” and “Introduction to Programming using JavaScript”, NEC decided to conduct the “AZURE Cloud” workshop, sponsored by Microsoft, to give it’s students a hands-on experience on the industry level platform.

Mr M Chakravarthi, NEC Vice-chairman, who has been vocal about pushing IT skills among the students in the region, praised Microsoft for it’s contribution. He said ” Microsoft has been in the forefront in India’s booming IT sector. Programs like this (AZURE Cloud) help students to accentuate their technical proficiency”
Microsoft Technology Associate provides fundamental IT skills like data management, software development, computer networking and cybersecurity. Azure Cloud is their most in-demand course and certification.
For the Azure Cloud workshop, teachers from the Computer Society of India, the first and largest body of computer professionals in India, were called to the college.
Students from computer science and IT department participated in the workshop. However, students from other branches and other colleges also attended the workshop, a total of 180 students . The objective of the workshop was to train the participants in the principles and working behind Azure and provide them a real-time experience of the technology.
An overview of the workshop:

1. Concepts of Cloud Computing

2. Cloud Services (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS)

3. Types of Cloud (Private, Public & Hybrid)

4. Power BI to create powerful dashboards

5. Deploying Python applications in Microsoft Azure Cloud.
NEC has been in industry partnership with Microsoft since long, hosting “Microsoft Innovation Centre” on campus and other programs. A follow-up certification examination was conducted later on.

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