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Prime Bit Solutions is a trusted institute offering the best Telecom Training Courses for Freshers, RF Engineers, OSS & BSS Engineers, Optimization Engineers, O&M Engineers & Technical support Engineers. We collaborate with partners who recognize the value we bring to Telecom Domain. We offer industry standard Telecom Training to our students, which includes comprehensive study material and real time simulations. Primebit believes in empowering the youth by making them strong not only in concepts but also providing hands-on experience in addressing real-time issues. Considering the importance of the telecom industry, Primebit commits to high standards of integrity in contributing to the best interests of students, and Telecom professionals. We thoroughly understand the need to have a solid foundation of concepts in wireless and wireline technologies. Primebit offers training on concepts by real time experts who have vast industry experience; the training program is affordably priced and is guaranteed to benefit all the current and prospective engineers in telecom domain.


What We Do

We thoroughly understand the need to have a solid foundation of concepts in wireless and wireline technologies. We offer telecommunication training and telecom testing training to our students, which include comprehensive study material and real time simulations. Considering the importance of the telecom industry, Primebit commits to high standards of integrity in contributing to the best interests of students, Telecom professionals. We collaborate with partners who recognize the value we bring to Telecom Domain.

Goal of Course

Good understanding of Different technologies- UMTS, HSDPA,HSUPA,HSPA+, LTE, LTE Advance, IMS, Voip, SIP and Bluetooth
Expertise Access and Non-Access stratum modules (Layer3/Layer2/layer1) mandatory for 2G/3G /4Gprotocol stack modules.
Expertise in RRM, RRC, RLC/MAC, MM, SNDCP, SPV, SNDCP, Layer2, etc
Very good overview of relevant module specifications Good experience understanding and decoding the 3GPP
Understanding of Call Processing concepts in one or more of the following air interface standards LTE(FDD or/and TDD) or HSDPA/ HSUPA/HSPA+,GSM/ GPRS /EDGE / Rel99/ Rel5 /rel8/rel9
Expertise in analyzing logs, troubleshooting issues from field or lab for UMTS/GSM CS, PS calls, LTE Data calls, VoLTE, eMBMS
Excellent knowledge in 2G/3G/4G 3GPP system architecture, protocol specifications and related procedures in control and data plane on Non-Access, Acces-Stratum and Layer 1 level
Good understanding of of PS internal component architecture and interconnection of PS sub-components to meet the requirements of the system for Multimode Protocol Stacks
Monitor and support 3GPP UMTS/LTE related standards and standardization work
Expertise in scripting languages C language/ Unix & Linux

Target Audience

Freshers, RF Engineers,OSS & BSS Engineers, Optimization Engineers, O&M Engineers & Technical support Engineers who have wish to shift their career into Wireless Chip Development.

Prerequisites

It is strongly recommended that candidates must have basic idea of C programming and Wireless concept.

Introduction to Cloud Computing

History


Client-Server Computing Concepts


Problems with Distributed Computing


What is Cloud Computing?


Why Cloud Computing?


Benefits of Cloud Computing


Cloud Computing Deployment Models

Private Cloud


Public Cloud


Hybrid Cloud


Cloud Delivery/Service Models

Software as a Service


Platform as a Service


Infrastructure as a Service


Linux Basics

Linux basic Commands


Linux basic Administration


AWS Services

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)


Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)


Elastic Block Storage (EBS)


Elastic Load Balancing (ELB)


Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)


Amazon DynamoDB


Auto Scaling


Amazon Elastic Cache


Identity and Access Management (IAM)


Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)


loud Formation


Simple Email Services (SES)


Simple Queue Services (SQS)


Simple Notification Services (SNS)


Server less computing (Lambda)


Import/Export (Snowball)


loud Formation


Cloud Trail


Elastic Beanstalk


Cloud Front


Route-53


Glacier


Key Management Service (KMS)

Introduction to AWS

Subscription to AWS


Introduction to the AWS Management Console


Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) Essentials

Regions and Availability Zones Choose the right Region


Amazon Machine Images (AMI)


Working with AMIs


Choosing the right AMI


Deciding what goes into an AMI


Finding the right AMI


Pricing model in EC2 instances


On-demand, Reserved, Scheduled, Spot instances, Dedicated Hosts


EC2 Reserved Instance Marketplace


Importing and Exporting Instances


EC2 Instances

Building an EC2 Windows instance & Linux Instance


Bootstrapping with user-data


Setting up security


Security with Key Pairs


Different IPs assigned to an EC2 instance


Assigning Elastic IPs


Login/Access to the instance


Creating your own custom AMI, Registering & Granting access to the AMI


Placement groups


EC2 instance protection


Instance Roles


Importing and Exporting Instances


Elastic Network Interfaces


Resources and Tags


Accessing Meta-Data & use cases


Elastic Block Store

EBS Volume Types


EBS Encryption


EBS Performance


Instance Store volumes


Instance Stores Available on Instance Types


Instance Store Usage Scenarios


Adding Instance Store Volumes to an AMI


Optimizing Disk Performance


Creating and deleting volumes


Attaching and detaching volumes


Mounting and Unmounting the attached volume


Increasing the volume size


Creating snapshots


Creating Volumes & AMIs from Snapshots


Cross-Region snapshot copy & use cases.


Elastic Load Balancer

What Is Elastic Load Balancing


How Elastic Load Balancing Works


Classic & App ELB types


Creating load balancer


Internal & External Load balancers


Load balancing protocols


Listener Configurations


SSL Negotiation Configurations


Attach & Detach Subnets


Security groups for the load balancer


Configure health check for the load balancer


Adding multiple instances to the load balancer


Custom Domain Names


Cross-Zone Load Balancing


DNS Failover


Sticky Sessions


Monitoring and Logging


Connection Draining


ELB traffic logging


Auto Scaling

Auto scaling


Auto scaling components


Benefits of auto scaling


Creating launch configuration and its prerequisites


Creating Auto Scaling Groups (ASG)


Attach & Detach EC2 Instances in ASG


Configuration of Auto scaling policies based on the Load on EC2 instances.


Using Auto scaling with an Elastic Load Balancer


Temporarily Removing Instances


Suspend and Resume Process


Shut Down Your Auto Scaling Process


Monitoring Your Auto Scaling Instances


Health Checks


Getting Notifications When Your Auto Scaling Group Changes


Simple Storage Service (S3)

Creating and deleting buckets


Adding objects to buckets


Getting objects


Deleting objects


Notifications


Uses of S3 storage


Working with Permissions of S3, Access Control, Bucket policy


S3 Data encryption types


Enable Versioning, Logging for S3 objects


Lifecycle rules in s3


Accessing S3 storage with Tools


Hosting a Static Website


Cross-Origin Resource Sharing


Cross-region replication


Audit Logging with AWS Cloud Trail


Glacier Storage

Creating Vaults


Working with Archives


Accessing the Glacier vault using tools


Using Glacier for backups


Job Operations


Data Retrieval Policy Operations


Identity and Access management (IAM)

Creation of user accounts


Setting up multi-factor Authentication (MFA)


Roles in IAM


Groups in IAM


Delegation of permissions for users


Creation of custom policies for delegation


Using Identity Providers


Cross-Account Access


Account settings


Credential Report


Encryption - Key Management Service (KMS)


Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

Different types of networks that can be setup in AWS


Creating a custom VPC


NACLs & Security Groups


Creation of Internet Gateway


Connecting to instances in the gateway


Subnets, Route Tables & Association


NAT Instances & NAT-Gateways


DHCP Options Sets & DNS


VPC Peering


VPN overview & components


Route 53

Configuring Amazon Route 53 as Your DNS Service


Registering a Domain Name


Configuring Amazon Route 53 as the DNS Service


Migrating DNS Service for an Existing Domain to Amazon Route 53


Creating a Sub domain That Uses Amazon Route 53 without Migrating the Parent Domain


Working with Public Hosted Zones


Working with Private Hosted Zones


Working with Resource Record Sets


Health Checks and DNS Failover


Creating, Updating, and Deleting Health Checks


Transferring a Domain from a Different AWS Account or Registrar


Using IAM to Control Access to Amazon Route 53 Resources


Cloud watch

Debugging cloud related issues


Monitoring the AWS Service Health Dashboard


Monitoring with Cloud watch


Getting statistics for a specific EC2 instance


Getting aggregated statistics


Metrics for other AWS Services and related namespaces


Setting up notifications


Simple Notification Services

Creation of a topic


Subscribing to topic via Email


Setting notification for EC2 instance changes


Simple Queue Service

Creation of a queue


Sending messages to the queue


Sending SNS to SQS


Retrieving messages from SQS


Simple Email Services

Setting up email domain


Limits of SES


Test Email setup


Elastic Beanstalk

Creation of Web-App using Elastic Beanstalk


Building a sample application using Beanstalk


Modifying the properties of the deployment


Relational Database Service (RDS)

DB Instances


Selecting the DB-Engine


Configuring the Database Server


Creating your Database


Setting up automatic backups, snapshots & restores


Authorizing access to the DB with RDS Security Groups


DB Instance Replication


Security: Using IAM to Manage Access to Amazon RDS Resources


RDS Limits


Managing MySql Database server


DB Instance Life Cycle: Renaming a DB Instance


Deleting or Rebooting a DB Instance


Working with Storage Types


Upgrading a DB Instance


Working with Option Groups & DB Parameter Groups


Working with Reserved DB Instances


Monitoring


Database Log Files


Cloud Front

How Cloud Front Delivers Content


Working with Distributions


Working with Web Distributions


Working with Objects


Request and Response Behaviour


Serving Private Content through Cloud Front


Using an HTTPS Connection to Access Your Objects


Using IAM to Control Access to Cloud Front Resources


Monitoring Cloud Front Activity Using Cloud Watch


ElastiCache

ElastiCache Terminology and Concepts


Backup and Restore


Clusters Explanation


CloudWatch Metrics with ElastiCache


Managing ElastiCache


Managing Replication Groups


DNS Names and Underlying IP


Cloud Formation

Building AWS infrastructure as a code


Utilization of Sample templates


Introduction to JSON


Date Session Type Timing
June 02 Online
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June 02 Class Room

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