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Posted on 10-03-16 11:57 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hello Sajha Friends, Mr Deepu Charian is one the best teacher I have ever found in my IT career, I passed my face to face interview of a mid- level job right after his training, Now he is offering another batch, If you are wondering which teacher to choose, just go for it and you will be happy with AWS Career only negative side of his class is sometimes he teaches even 4 hours of his 2 hours class because he wants everybody understand and do their homework like school days, and also you have to be alert anytime and listen carefully because he keep on asking questions and makes you presenter, if you dont like his class, he will let you out anytime. I am just sharing my experience those who are looking for HOT AWS Career and Best Teacher I have pasted email which he sends out to all his students,
hope this will help!!!!
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Next batch of my  latest cutting edge course “Architecting Amazon AWS Cloud Infrastructure Course” is scheduled to start from this Sunday Oct 2nd. This is one of the Cutting-edge technologies that is very hot and offers high pay in US IT market. 

The Trainer is Mr. Cherian, a seasoned Virtualization and Cloud Architect with 18 years of voluminous experience. He has been teaching VMware Virtualization for the past 10 years and Amazon AWS cloud for more than 3 years. 
Quality of tutor makes the difference between an ordinary class you get in market and the class from a professional. So, come and learn from an Architect who is a master in Windows, VMware and Amazon Cloud Infrastructure. Please watch below Videos and you can see the difference. Even if you are not attending the class, these videos will give you a good understanding of what Amazon Cloud is all about. Believe me, you will never find a class like this and a passionate and experienced teacher like Cherian. Over 500 plus students have taken advantage of these courses and many are working in fortune 500 companies.

 

 

Course Name: Architecting Amazon AWS Cloud Infrastructure ( AFC 100)

Course Fee    : $600 ( Can be paid in two installments)

Course Module: http://www.solwinsys.com/amazon-aws-cloud-foundation-course-afc/

Registration URL:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7784270023222248450

Demo Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Nj3EqqZRak


For more details, Email at trainings@solwinsys.com 
Or call 
Temi- 609-200-9583 , Cherian- 609-779-1717.

 

Registration is required to attend the demo (1st class)  as well as the remaining of the class. If you are interested, please register using the link  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7784270023222248450

 



 
Posted on 10-04-16 1:18 AM     [Snapshot: 24]     Reply [Subscribe]
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He is a crap! A lot of ego and attitude... he promises that you will get job 100%, but only few lucky will get it... and congratulation you turn out to be lucky. And yes, he teaches nicely but only covers basic topics. Spends huge amount of time in the beginning to explain simple things, but skips the major topics in a greater detail later on the course.

Yes, he makes you feel he taught you all but once you start working, you will know that he taught you nothing but basic stuffs only.

Another bad aspect of him is, he just thinks of money and knows how to manipulate people to get him earning. I know money is important but he goes beyond all the human emotions and sentiments to make money for him USING you. If he does not find you any useful in his money making factory, you are all dumped for good! Well, it is not bad to run after money, but, it is wrong to use other person, manipulate another person for his own benefits.

Oh yes, he has a good persuasive voice and a very very good English (of course in Indian tongue) and it does not take time to get persuaded once you talk to him or take his Demo session.

But paying $600 is a huge money, think 3 times before you spent that with Deepu.

Note: It is just my opinion which is purely subjective. What I perceived about him, that is what I stated here. You necessarily do not need to believe on me. Use your common discretion.

 
Posted on 10-04-16 7:58 AM     [Snapshot: 111]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I liked his demo..he is definately very good but what about proxy? Does he do job placement as well?
 
Posted on 10-04-16 9:57 AM     [Snapshot: 194]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I am a not a science major, but I understood what he taught in the class, I was able to pass the interview, It could be my luck or hard work , but I got the job
 
Posted on 10-04-16 10:24 AM     [Snapshot: 219]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Aba tei ho. sabai IT free ma garne bhayera $600 magheko na pacheko ho
 
Posted on 10-04-16 12:00 PM     [Snapshot: 281]     Reply [Subscribe]
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thukka,

Do you know what is the pre-requisition for this course ? I am in networking and do not have programming/coding knowledge. Not sure if this course requires me to have any specific pre-knowledge about something. Please shade some lights.

Thanks,
 
Posted on 10-04-16 3:54 PM     [Snapshot: 368]     Reply [Subscribe]
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AWS is amazon's cloud service (Amazon Web Services) so definitely to have a long term future you need to know virtualization, and how different components underlying the virtualization platform works, like, networking, storage area network (SAN), iSCSI Storage, NAS, how server virtualization works, different vendors of hardware servers, switches and storage devices.
I do not believe that just knowing how to provision a machine in already stood up infrastructure of AMS helps a lot in your job hunt. Maybe you get lucky and get hired which is a good point to start.
As far as I know, you need to know detailed level of hardware infrastructure like, networking devices, storage devices, server hardware and how they communicate with each other. Secondly, you need a solid grasp of how virtualization technology works, like VMware Virtualization, Hyper V or Citrix Xen Virtualization. Then you can understand Cloud services like AWS or any other cloud service provider's proprietary product. But nothing hurts giving a shot.
As far as Deepu goes, he is not worth to learn. Believe me. There are several good instructors way better than him. The thing is you guys do not know. Do some google, and you will find several of them. Deepu has so persuasive voice and commanding voice that he makes you believe that he is giving you every thing but truth is, he gives only 10%. He is a great manipulator, nothing else.
 
Posted on 10-04-16 6:31 PM     [Snapshot: 426]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hey tito-satya, Thank you for your inputs.
Can you shed some lights on Cloud Services career or share your success story ?
 
Posted on 10-04-16 9:36 PM     [Snapshot: 496]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Well, I am not into cloud computing professionally. Definitely everything is going towards cloud, so understanding how the technology works is a great thing and it pays you good as well in a long term. And it is NOT that difficult as well to understand, but you have to understand that cloud computing is the output of several other technologies. And above them, you have to have a solid grasp of virtualization. So you have to understand all those technologies. Technologies like Networking; you have to know how physical networking works in some detailed level and how virtual networking works, what are the devices out there which provides the level of virtualization in networking. Likewise, storage technologies; How SAN, NAS, iSCSI storage works, how virtualization on those technologies works, what devices supports virtualization on them. Lastly, you have to know physical servers, how blade servers work, how rack mount works, how their connectivity is done in datacenter. And how virtualization on those physical servers works, what the technologies are there for server virtualization. These all are different fields and all pays you good. You can choose any, like, Networking, or Storage, or Server management or virtualization. After you know all these, then only you can think of standing or moving towards cloud computing.

Nothing hurts to directly studying AWS, but you will be just working on the product which somebody has also stood up, where somebody has configured everything for you and you just click and boom! you deploy a machine out of the blue. You click delete, you the machine is gone! Sounds fascinating! But without knowing the underlying technology, I do not know how far you can go in your job survival. What if you are hired as an AWS expert and something crazy happens in the datacenter and the SAN Fabric goes down. You are dead at that point because you do not know what SAN is and what fabric is, how fabric interconnect modules work. Lets say network in your infrastructure goes down, again you are dead because you do not know what distribution switch is, what edge switches are, how access switch works. Where you will go and find the root cause? So I would say, you need to have a lot of knowledge before you go in the job hunt in cloud computing. It is not difficult, but the course cannot be taught in 2 months paying just $600, but it is a good start.

Yes, you might know how to administer the GUI of AWS and can deploy machines, or delete them, or get connectivity to your WAN or LAN learning from Deepu's class but things goes too complex in many instances. Yes, it is a new technology so you will get a lot of chances to learn and your company will have some tolerance level as well, but that is purely luck.
Cloud computing is for those persons who have immense experience in datacenter or have at least grasp on one of the technologies: networking, storage or server. Not for beginner. But trying never hurts, give a shot and see how you do.

And please choose another teacher than Deepu. He just teaches you basics and covers maybe between 5% to 10% maximum. But yes, he will make you believe that you know all. That is for sure. But once you go in job and the real trouble shooting occurs, you will be completely lost.

Again, purely, this is my subjective opinion. I did not intend to neglect the expertise of Deepu nor anyone. Good Luck.

There was a nepali guy in sajha who was an expert in datacenter, virtualization and was moving towards cloud computing but I do not see him nowadays, in fact, I spoke with him once (he changed his number now). Few people in sajha were just on him for no reason when he was helping others. Do not want to take names. He would have been a great source of knowledge sharing for everyone of us. I wish he reads and shades some light.
 
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Posted on 10-05-16 3:30 PM     [Snapshot: 671]     Reply [Subscribe]
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We have been very successful in doing placement in Java, .Net and Linux/DevOps. Please feel free to reach out to us if we could be any help.

Thank you,
Santosh

Santosh Bhattarai
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Email: mount.everest.gorkhe@gmail.com
Direct: 913-515.5346

Note: If you were unable to reach me, please contact our Branch Manager, Jagat at: johh.geekit@gmail.com or you may call him at: 239-231-2642
 
Posted on 10-05-16 4:06 PM     [Snapshot: 698]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thank you so much Tito-satya .
 


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