Latest News | Business Briefs Google Cloud, Nasscom Launch Google Cloud Computing Foundations with ‘Kubernetes’ Course

NEW DELHI, 15th September (PTI) – Google Cloud and industry association Nasscom have launched the Google Cloud Computing Foundations with Kubernetes course to qualify participants for a digital workplace.

This is a beginner’s course designed to provide participants with an opportunity to learn about cloud computing, cloud fundamentals, big data, and machine learning.

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The course allows participants to learn concepts and complete hands-on training (via the Google Cloud Skills Boost platform) for practice.

Simply put, Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration system for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of software.

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“Google Cloud, in partnership with FutureSkills Prime (Department of Information Technology and NASSCOM Digital Skilling Initiative), has launched the first cohort of the Google Cloud Computing Foundations with Kubernetes course to equip participants with skills needed for a career in a digital workplace “, says a statement.

*** SpiceJet Offers Fare Lock Option Before Booking Tickets * SpiceJet said Thursday that passengers now have the option to lock their desired fare for 48 hours before making the final booking for domestic and international flights.

According to a press release, the facility will be available when the travel date is at least 7 days from the booking date for domestic flights and 15 days for international flights.

The fare retention service allows customers to reserve bookings so that the selected flight does not sell out and the fare does not increase while they finalize their travel plans. The service can be accessed with or without a name, he added.

The facility will be available on the airline’s website, mobile website and mobile app.

*** Drone startup Garuda Aerospace maps 7,000 villages in UP * Garuda Aerospace announced on Thursday that it has mapped 7,000 villages in Uttar Pradesh as part of the Svamitva program.

The drone startup won The Survey of India’s bid in September 2021 to authorize it to use drones for large-scale mapping and digitization of land registers in rural areas, according to a press release on Thursday.

Garuda Aerospace used 15 fixed-wing drones for mapping at a speed of 8 to 10 square kilometers per hour.

“Out of the 1,40,000 villages, Garuda Aerospace successfully mapped 7,000 villages, the highest number of villages mapped by a drone company in one year,” the press release said.

Agnishwar Jayaprakash, founder and CEO of Garuda Aerospace, said the drones can also spread fertilizer on land and are also equipped with AI and ML for mapping.

*** MTAR Technologies wins new orders worth Rs 540 crore * MTAR Technologies announced on Thursday that it has bagged new orders worth Rs 540 crore in the renewable energy segment, including nuclear.

Hyderabad-based MTAR Technologies is a leading player in the precision engineering industry.

“We are pleased about the new orders in the clean energy sector. The Company looks forward to continuing to strengthen the clean energy industry to advance a safer future,” said the Company’s Managing Director, Parvat Srinivas Reddy.

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