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We are affiliated to HP Software University. And are authorized to offer exclusive, tailor-made Training & Certification programmes from HP Educational Services to suit Global learners.
The company also provides Geographical Information System (GIS), User Interface/User Experience (UI/UX), and language content to institutions and students.
How we are different?
StartupCuration are Master Distributor for all HP Software University products. We can offer Franchise Opportunities To Individual Trainers, Institutes, and Colleges/Universities across India and other International markets.
What can you expect from us?
Authorized HP Training Center
Original HP Content & e-Lab Material
Hands-on training with Licensed HP Tools
HP Certified Trainers
Onsite and Offsite Training to Colleges/Universities & Corporate.
Other Courses Offered:
Geographical Information System (GIS)
User Interface/User Experience (UI/UX)
- Instructor-led trainings
- Lab sessions
- Course Completion Certification
- Guidance to Higher HP Certifications
- Industry Exposure
According to the predictions of NASSCOM and Joint Survey Report by Dataquest and STeP-IN Forum, software testing industry is vibrant and will have tremendous growth in the near future.
According to 2018 IT Predictions it is estimated that due to ever increasing competition and mushroom startups on constant rise software development companies from big corporate to medium segment will allocate about 30 – 40 % of their annual budget for Quality Control. There has been a growing demand for Skilled test professionals both in India and International job market.
By 2020, India’s Testing segment is expected to be ~USD 13-15 billion, and exploiting this opportunity will require all stakeholders – industry, academia, government and associations to collaborate and promote Asia as the preferred destination for Testing services.
Over the last one decade the profile of software tester has undergone tremendous changes.
Testing has become show-stopper for several application/product implementations and business have realized the importance of structured testing of applications before release.
Testing has created several levels and types and specializations and various types of testing has increased the intrinsic value of a Software Tester. From being a monotonous test case executor, several career options have evolved in front of the testing community.
Of late, testing is looked after as a good professional career for many of the aspiring youths. From being test engineer one can move to senior test engineer, test lead to test manager; else can become QA Lead, QA Manager. The options available in the testing tools side are enormous. Various growth opportunities that exists Globally vs. career in software development.
Common Myths about Software Testing
- Software Testing as a Career pays Less
- Developers are more respected as compared to Testers
Contrary to popular belief, Software Testers (better known as QA professionals) are paid and treated at par with Software Developers in all “aspiring” companies. A career in Software Testing should never be considered as “second rated”.
What HP can do for new Generation Graduation Students?
IDC names HP leader in IT education
Vast education offering includes customized approach and innovative learning methods:
- Skills development across a broad range of technologies and solutions
- Customized approach designed to optimize skills for end customers
- Innovative delivery methods including games, labs and simulations to increase learner skill
Why should you learn HP Tools?
- Market position; dominant market share provides network effect benefits
- Breadth of technology, both supported technologies and testing tools
- Global presence and support
- Ecosystem; market share creates network effect, resulting in broad, integrated life cycle support
- Broadest technology support for all testing needs
- Largest functional testing community
- HP Top leader for Apps: Gartner, IDC, Vokeand Ovum
- Manual Test Conversion: Jumpstart creation of new automations
- Platforms supported: 50+ Protocols
Any student with basic knowledge of Software Programming Skills and Good Analytical Skills who is currently pursuing or completed B. E/ B. Tech, BCA, B. Sc (Comp/ IT/ ECE), MCA or existing Manual Tester or Non IT Professional with the above mentioned skills can choose a career in Software testing.
HP has designed this software testing training course for you to learn software testing fundamentals and gradually introduce you to advanced software testing techniques. This course is designed and taught by industry professionals.
Join us to learn Software Testing as we provide the most practical and job oriented training.
Big Data is everywhere and there is almost an urgent need to collect and preserve whatever data is being generated, for the fear of missing out on something important. There is a huge amount of data floating around. What we do with it is all that matters right now. This is why Big Data Analytics is in the frontiers of IT. Big Data Analytics has become crucial as it aids in improving business, decision makings and providing the biggest edge over the competitors. This applies for organizations as well as professionals in the Analytics domain. For professionals, who are skilled in Big Data Analytics, there is an ocean of opportunities out there. McKinsey Global Institute estimates a shortage of nearly 1.7 million big data talents by 2018. India, currently has the highest concentration of analytics globally. In spite of this, the scarcity of data analytics talent is particularly acute and demand for talent is expected to be on the higher side.
According to a recent report published by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), about 14 million people are required in BFSI by 2022. With a renewed emphasis on financial inclusion, the talent need for business analysts will be more. Again, according to a report titled “Institutionalization of Analytics in India: Big Opportunity, Big Outcome” published by National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) in partnership with Blueocean Market Intelligence, the Analyst market in India is expected to be more than double to US$ 2.3 billion by the end of 2017-18.
Eight in 10 executives are planning to use more data for analytics in the next 12 months, with one in three planning for a substantial increase in data volume, data velocity, or the types of analytics performed.
If you are still not convinced by the fact that Big Data Analytics is one of the hottest skills, here are 10 more reasons for you to see the big picture.
- Soaring Demand for Analytics Professionals.
- Huge Job Opportunities, yet huge deficit on the supply side globally.
- Big Data pay’s big bucks for the right skill.
- Top Priority in a lot of Organizations
- High Growth in adoption of Big Data Analytics.
- Key Factor in Decision Making For Many Organizations.
- The Rise of Unstructured and Semistructured Data Analytics.
- Big Data Analytics is Used Everywhere!
- Surpassing Market Forecast / Predictions for Big Data Analytics.
- Numerous Choices in Job Titles and Type of Analytics.
Potential of Big Data in five domains:
Analytics no matter how advanced they are, does not remove the need for human insights. On the contrary, there is a compelling need for skilled people with the ability to understand data, think from the business point of view and come up with insights. For this very reason technology professionals with Analytics skill are finding themselves in high demand as businesses look to harness the power of Big Data. A professional with the Analytical skills can master the ocean of Big Data and become a vital asset to an organization, boosting the business and their career.
HP Haven Big Data Platform: A solution for Big Data Analytics
HP Haven is the industry’s first comprehensive, scalable, open, and secure platform for big data. It addresses 100 percent of data, transforms that data into knowledge, and delivers that knowledge at the right time and place to all those in the organization who need it.
HP Haven is powered by three analytical engines:
- HP IDOL, which can index, search, and analyze human information at scale and in context. It can process more than 1,000 file types including tweets, email, audio, images, and video.
- HP Vertica, a massively scalable database platform, custom-built for real-time analytics on petabyte-sized datasets. It supports standard SQL- and R-based analytics, and offers support for all leading BI and ETL vendors.
- HP Distributed R, which provides enterprise-ready big data predictive analytics by addressing the scalability flaws of the popular R language.
What is so special about HP Software University’s Big Data Training Program?
- HP is the leader in Big Data solution in the market
- This training cannot be purchased outside of HP
- Training books are not available at the book stores. It is directly supplied by HP
- HP directly supplies the labs with exercises and material for the training for HP Software University Students
- All trainings are directly governed by HP certified instructors
- HP strictly controls the quality of this training
- HP Software University Program is an International program designed in US for University student community
- Successfully delivered in India, Malaysia and Philippines for more than 15000 students in last 2 years.
Knowledge of Java is needed for this course.
Graduates looking to build a career in Big Data Analytics
Anyone with a genuine interest in Big Data Analytics
Aspiring Data Scientists
Software Developers and Architects
Data Management Professionals
Business Intelligence Professionals
HP has designed the Big Data training course to be more of Practical Hands-On-Course 70%, and Theory 30%. This course is designed and taught by industry professionals.
Join us to learn Big Data as we provide the most practical and job oriented training.
What is Geographic Information System (GIS)?
A geographic information system or geographical information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of spatial or geographical data. GIS is a broad term that can refer to a number of different technologies, processes, and methods.
GIS can relate unrelated information by using location as the key index variable. Locations or extents in the Earth space–time may be recorded as dates/times of occurrence, and x, y, and z coordinates representing, longitude, latitude, and elevation, respectively. All Earth-based spatial–temporal location and extent references should, ideally, be relatable to one another and ultimately to a “real” physical location or extent. This key characteristic of GIS has begun to open new avenues of scientific inquiry. GIS software helps us answer questions and solve problems by looking at the data in a way that is quickly understood and easily shared—on a map!
It is attached to many operations and has many applications related to Defence & Intelligence, Education, Engineering, Government, Health & Human Services, Natural Resources, Mapping & Charting, Planning, Public Safety, Management, Transport/Logistics, Insurance, Telecommunications, and business.
For that reason, GIS and location intelligence applications can be the foundation for many location-enabled services that rely on analysis and visualization.
GIS benefits organizations of all sizes and in almost every industry. There is a growing interest in and awareness of the economic and strategic value of GIS. Applications are tools that allow users to create interactive queries (user-created searches), analyze spatial information, edit data in maps, and present the results of all these operations.
The Power of Mapping:
GIS lets us visualize, question, analyze, and interpret data to understand relationships, patterns, and trends.
GIS is becoming essential to understanding what is happening and what will happen in geographic space. Once we understand, we can prescribe action. This new approach to management—managing geographically—is transforming the way organizations operate.
Wiki.GIS.com is an encyclopedia dedicated to geographic information systems. This repository incorporates contributions from the GIS community for the benefit of GIS professionals, students, and anyone with an interest in GIS software. The wiki contains informative articles about GIS concepts, new technologies, products, people, and organizations.
Careers in GIS:
GIS careers exist in every imaginable discipline, from environmental science to commercial businesses and much more. This wide range of opportunities lets you combine your passions or interests with GIS for the most satisfying and successful career.
What Do GIS Professionals Do?
Careers in GIS can also encompass business development as well as managerial and administrative roles. GIS software is often associated with making maps, but GIS professionals do much more than that. GIS careers typically include responsibilities in fields such as
Cartographic Design Computer Modelling Project Management
Database Administration System Administration
Data Analysis Programming
How Much Do GIS Professionals Make?
GIS jobs range from part-time to full-time positions, and salary varies widely by location, discipline and experience.
View the GISJobs.com Salary Survey for a more in-depth look at salaries you can expect in your region and discipline.
Find a Job in GIS:
You can learn about thousands of open positions around the world at the following geospatial career web sites.