Cloud Computing Cell has been a part of Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College since February 2016. The members are exposed to the latest Cloud Technologies that enable them to be market ready thereby increasing their opportunities in placements and research. It provides a platform to the students to compute, manage and deploy the cloud. The Cell is coordinated by Dr. J. K. Seth, Dr. Anupama Sharma and Dr. Parneet Kaur, faculty members, IT department.
Cloud computing is a growing computing technology that provides almost unlimited computing resources on demand. It connects a number of other technologies like IoT, Big Data, Fog etc. The users of cloud can access data, applications and storage etc. with least management of local environment. It can be understood as a delivery system that delivers computing in the same way as a power grid delivers electricity. The Cloud Computing Cell, has successfully installed private cloud using Apache Cloudstack. Cloudstack works on the IaaS model of cloud where the services are the complete virtual computers that are able to do the computation as on local machine.
Cloud Computing Cell has been a part of Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College since February 2016. The members are exposed to the latest Cloud Technologies that enable them to be market ready thereby increasing their opportunities in placements and research. It provides a platform to the students to compute, manage and deploy the cloud and related services. The Cell is coordinated by Dr. J. K. Seth, Ms. Anupama Sharma and Dr. Parneet Kaur, faculty members, IT department.
The cell helps students to boost their learning about latest technological trends. The cell is also promoting research work and projects in the field of cloud computing and related technologies.
The cell conducts a series of activities every year few of them are mentioned here.
Cloud Computing Cell conducted a 9-hour interactive workshop Erudition’20 on AWS, GitHub, Raspberry Pi, version control system and other trending topics on IOT. The event included hands on project for deploying home based Personal Cloud Storage. A Raspberry Pi kit worth ₹ 3000 is rewarded to the top performing student in the event.
For this event we received massive participation of registered entries over 400 but due to limited seats available only 70 participants were allowed.
|List Of Winners|
|1st||Rydam Agrawal||1911007||Raspberry Pi + Goodies|
This Workshop was conducted under event coordinators Abhineet Chaudhary (CS – 1710004) & Aditya Gautam (CS – 1710111) from date – 28th Feb to 1st March 2020.
Team CLOUD COMPUTING CELL organized a recruitment drive – SPOCC’19 in odd semester 2019-20. In order to continue the trends of the cell for effective learning and capturing intelligent minds to serve the college in even bigger and better way, it is necessary to involve the participation of bright and innovative students and prepare them to achieve the common goal therefore we organized this event. This event includes two rounds. First round consists of aptitude, HTML-CSS, C LANGUAGE and cloud computing based questions whereas second round is personal interview.
Flutter is an app SDK for building high-performance, high-fidelity apps for iOS, Android, web, and desktop from a single codebase.
Firebase is a mobile- and web application development platform, backed by Google, to help developers deliver richer app experiences.
This Workshop was conducted under event coordinators Prashant Shishodia (CSE- 1610088) & Harsh Gupta (IT – 1613104) from date 5th March to 9th March 2019.
Cloud Lab Co-ordinators: Mr. J. K. Seth, Ms. Anupama Sharma
Event Name: 3rd Inception Day
Date: 19th April, 2019
Event Name: 5 days Workshop on Flutter and Firebase
Dates: 5th-9th March, 2019
Details of event: 50+ students from 1st and 2nd year attended the workshop
Name of Event: ‘Quizard’
Dates: 22nd and 23rd October 2019.
Prizes, if any: The top three winners of the event were awarded with a
cash price of 1000, 800 and 500 respectively.
Theme of the event: The event completed in two rounds, the first round presented the question on web series on a mobile app (developed by CCC) and the second round was based on the questions related to aptitude, programming and puzzles.
Amazon web service is a platform that offers flexible, reliable, scalable, easy-to-use, and cost-effective cloud computing solutions.
Alexa is the brain behind the Echo devices. Using Alexa is as simple as asking a question to someone–just ask and Alexa will respond. Alexa updates through the cloud automatically and is continually learning, adding new functionality and skills.
This Workshop was conducted under event coordinators Shivam Dhama (IT) & Lavish Jain (CS) from date 12th April to 15th April 2018.
Cloud Computing is the delivery of computing services which includes servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and intelligence over the Internet to offer faster innovation, flexible resource management, and boost economies of scale. Linux is a family of open source operating systems based on the Linux kernel.
This Workshop was conducted under event coordinators Shivam Dhama (IT) & Shrey Tripathi (CS) from date 9th to 11th November 2017.