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What is IT Infrastructure Management Services?

For an organization's information technology, infrastructure management (IM) is the management of essential operation components, such as policies, processes, equipment, data, human resources, and external contacts, for overall effectiveness. Infrastructure management is sometimes divided into categories of systems management, network management, and storage management. Slowly Indian IT companies showed their service delivery capabilities by taking over Admin tasks for Development and QA Servers.

The various technologies available are.

  • Network Security

  • SharePoint Admins

  • TIBCO Support and Admins

  • Services Admins - Lotus Notes, Outlook

  • Provisioning, Budgeting and Resource Planning

  • Operation System Admins - Unix, Linux, Windows

  • BMC and Remedy Approvers and Event Management

  • Database Admins - DB2, Oracle, MS SQL Server, Mongo, etc

  • Tivoli and other Production and Server Management Services

What is Cloud Technology?

Cloud computing is the delivery of Information Technology services—servers, databases, storage, networking, software, analytics and more over the Internet.

Companies offering these Technology services are called cloud Computing providers and typically charge for services based on usage, similar to how you are billed for water or electricity at home.



Types of cloud services:

Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS)

Platform as a service (PaaS)

Software as a service (SaaS)

Types of cloud deployments:

Public cloud

Private cloud

Hybrid cloud

Top benefits of cloud Technology

  • Cost Effective

  • Less Time Consuming

  • Global scalable

  • Performance

  • Reliability

  • More Productivity for the IT Team

Skills Required

Cloud computing comprises of several roles. These could be related to management, IT systems, end user support, application development, business analysis, network, security and web development. Every role requires specific skills. Here’s a compilation of all the skills required to explore the world of Cloud Computing.


Technical Skills - Knowledge of HTML, PaaS (Platform as a Service), Cloud Computing Basics like Virtualization technologies (like VMWare), OOPS and programming languages like Java, C++, .Net etc.


Business and Financial Skills - Knowledge of business case, online marketing strategies and financial terminologies like ROI (Return on Investment).


Project Management - Negotiating with the clients and having knowledge of risk analytics, service agreements and policies.


Data Integration and Analysis - Having knowledge of database, data mining and ERP system (Enterprise Resource Planning).

Security - Having knowledge of internet security, encryption, authorization and security protocols.

Course Name

(B.Sc. + M.Sc.) IT IMS & Cyber Security

5 Years Integrated

Degree Awarded By

Gujarat University


12th Pass in any Stream from any Education Board with minimum 50 %

Unique Features

  • Industry endorsed courses in IMS focused on current industry needs.

  • Unique mix of hardware and software architectures of various IT devices.

  • Hands-on programming experience on different platforms.

  • Focused on planning, designing, implementing and managing IT infrastructure.

  • Complete package of infrastructure management services.

  • A Recognized Master's Degree Certificate along with Exposure to International Certifications.

Course Objective

This course is aimed at students who have completed 12th and are keen on making a career in the fast-growing field of IT Infrastructure Management. Students who graduate from this Programme would be capable of implementing IT infrastructure solutions and handling the Industry challenges. The course provides the student comprehensive knowledge, technical expertise and hands-on experience in IT Infrastructure Management.

The course provides opportunity for the students to learn all aspects of IMS such as Networking, Operating Systems, Virtualizations and Data Center technologies. The early part of the course engages in Basics and as the student progresses, the amount of LAB exercise increases thereby giving the student a 'Real-World" experience.

In the last semester, the student can opt for an industry based internship, which helps the student to familiarize with the needs of the industry.

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Infrastructure Management Services: The next big growth driver for IT services companies

According to the latest report by technology analyst firm Ovum, the global infrastructure market will grow 4.4 percent by 2015. Ovum’s Infrastructure market trends research suggests that it will reach £463 billion by 2015 and will hit a 4.5 percent growth rate by 2017.

India will remain the world’s fastest growing information technology (IT) market in 2016 as it is expected to spend more than $72 billion on IT services, products and hardware, up from 7.2% from the current year, according to research firm Gartner Inc.


The growth will come on the back of the digitization wave catching up with Indian companies and the growing number of connected devices that form the Internet of Things (IoT)

India’s IT market is projected to grow annually at a rate of 4.95% between 2015 and 2019—the fastest globally—to touch $85.3 billion by the end of 2019.

Indian Scenario

"India’s Remote Infrastructure Management Segment has been on an accelerated growth path, recording a -11% growth in F Y 2010. By 2020, India's RIM segment is expected to be —US 30 billion and exploiting this opportunity will require all stakeholders — industry, academic, government and associations — to collaborate and promote India as a preferred destination for RIM services." - Som Mittal, President NASSCOM

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Job Opportunity

  • In 2017, the public cloud computing market is predicted to be worth around 130 billion U.S. dollars worldwide.

  • The public cloud computing market includes business processes, software, platforms, and infrastructure delivered as a service.

  • It is referred to as 'public' because such services are delivered by remote servers hosted on the internet and shared by a number of customers rather than dedicated for the use of one client.

  • The roles in Cloud Computing might range from cloud developers to operators. Every role comprises of the knowledge of the cloud computing basics and certain domain specific skills.

Career in IT IMS

  • Network Engineer

  • Desktop Engineer

  • System Engineer

  • Windows Admin

  • Linux Admin

  • Network Specialist

  • Sr. Engineer

  • Tech Lead - Systems Engineer

  • Lead - OS Admin

  • Lead - OS Admin

  • Manager - Network

  • Manager - Customer support

  • Lead - Customer team

  • Manager - OS Admin

  • Manager - OS Admin


Cloud related job profiles:

  • Cloud Software Engineer

  • Cloud Project Manager

  • Cloud Business Analyst

  • Cloud Network Architect/Planner

  • Cloud Product Manager

  • Cloud Sales Executive

  • Cloud Developer/Programmer

  • Cloud Consultant

  • Cloud Systems Engineer

  • Cloud Systems Administrator

  • Cloud Network Engineer

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