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Training

Specialised Courses for Mission Critical Infra Design & Management Professionals

Having spent almost two decades in the industry, Cypress Solutions has garnered a lot of practical, hands-on knowledge, which we are now making available to technicians and engineers who want to become leaders in the field. To accomplish this, we have collaborated with the industry’s leading manufacturers, technology leaders and domain experts to design a course that is contemporary and 100% relevant to current industry needs.

Mission Critical Infra Engineer

For executives, managers, and operators, the MCIE course provides end-to-end coverage of the systems that support typical Mission Critical Infrastructures and environments with high availability requirements; providing a full understanding of the main components that comprise the Mission Critical Infra build.

Mission Critical Infra Specialist

A course for professionals who aim to become experts in the field, MCIS provides extensive information to infrastructure architects, designers, engineers, consultants and auditors; as well as facility operators, IT, application, and project managers. It contains selection and design knowledge that will assist engineers in formulating the appropriate framework for their Mission Critical Infrastructure.

Mission Critical Infra Designer

MCID targets developing experts who can lead in the Mission Critical Infrastructure industry as consultants, architects and subject matter experts. It provides professionals with complete skill sets, from foundational, to engineering, design and grading concepts; clarifies industry taboos and gray areas, and resolves ambiguities as to how to plan, design and build Mission Critical Infrastructures.

Mission Critical Infra Professional

MCIP covers power, cooling, safety, security, ICT, application and standardization parameters for the developing, designing and building of a Mission Critical Infrastructure. It equips infrastructure experts with technology roadmaps that aid in the design & appraisal of Mission Critical Infrastructures, and ensure modularity and flexibility for enhancement of sustainable reliability, efficiency and availability.

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Mission Critical Infra Engineer

For executives, managers, and operators, the MCIE course provides end-to-end coverage of the systems that support typical Mission Critical Infrastructures and environments with high availability requirements; providing a full understanding of the main components that comprise the Mission Critical Infra build.

Mission Critical Infra Specialist

A course for professionals who aim to become experts in the field, MCIS provides extensive information to infrastructure architects, designers, engineers, consultants and auditors; as well as facility operators, IT, application, and project managers. It contains selection and design knowledge that will assist engineers in formulating the appropriate framework for their Mission Critical Infrastructure.

Mission Critical Infra Manager (MCIM)

MCIM is for managers, executives, directors and strategic planners who are involved with the operational aspects of running the MCI. Disaster recovery and capacity planning, health and safety criteria, enhancement and upgrade management, risk mitigation and migration principals, as well as growth modeling and schemes, HR roles and responsibilities, and vendor management of OLAs and SLAs are all covered in the program.

Mission Critical Infra Management Professional (MCIMP)

A course for Mission Critical Infrastructure Managers who are in charge, not only of MCI operations, but of the entire MCI management cycle, MCIMP covers management concepts, challenges, capacities and strategies as well as technological aspects and deciding factors in determining and implementing best management principles.

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BUILDING SHELL

While the structural elements of a data center are more or less similar to that of your typical office building, data centers are built to be much more solid and durable than other buildings would need to be, to preserve the equipment in the case of a natural disaster or any type of threat.

IT EQUIPMENT

The IT equipment is what the data centre houses and protects and it’s what enables us to surf the web, navigate on our phones and use the apps that make our lives so much easier.

IT equipment can be identified into three categories:

Servers – These are responsible for running the software applications for things we do in our day-to-day lives, like send emails, design graphics, go on social media, or play our favorite game. They are like a laptop or computer except much more powerful and efficient.

Communication Gear – Communication, or networking gear, manages the safe & fast transfer of data in and out of the data center as well as between the IT equipment.

Storage equipment – This is where data like old emails, bank records and your social media uploads are stored.

ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

The job of the electrical infrastructure is to transfer an uninterrupted supply of power from the utility grid or UPS to the IT equipment. This is crucial, as the data center cannot afford to lose power. If it did, we would not be able to accomplish even the smallest of tasks, from sending an email, to making a phone call or accessing our bank account. The power supply is designed such, that an alternate source of energy will continue powering the equipment, if a system should fail or lose power. The data center staff carefully monitors and manages the electrical infrastructure, to avoid any failures.

Below is a line diagram which illustrates the concept of how the power is transferred from the utility grid to the IT equipment:

As we can see, the utility grid provides the main source of power for the data center. Two separate utility grids are used for some facilities, in case one loses power. In the case of the utility grid losing power, diesel-powered generators produce backup electricity and can run for days, if need be.

The data center uses Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS) to switch from the utility grid to the backup generator without interruption, while the UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supplies) – which stores enough energy to bridge the gap – powers the IT equipment for the time it takes for the generators to start up. PDU (Power Distribution Units) contain multiple outlets, which the IT equipment is plugged into.

COOLING INFRASTRUCTURE

IT equipment generates a lot of heat that is capable of shutting it down, if it isn’t properly contained. It’s the job of the cooling infrastructure to remove the heat and keep all the IT equipment running smoothly. Most cooling units work the same way that air conditioners do – with a fan to regulate air flow and a cooling coil that removes the heat – except on a much larger scale.

The design experts and engineers at Cypress Solutions are amply trained and experienced to help our clients build a data centre facility of their tier level choice. Cypress Solutions’ experienced mission-critical infrastructure/data centre consulting team understands the specific requirements of mission critical facilities like yours and it is our goal to help you achieve 100% system availability in your data centre today and into the future.

To learn more about building a data center and the data center construction services that Cypress Solutions offers, or to speak with one of our Mission Critical Infra experts, please fill out our Contact Us form, or email us at sales@cypresssolutions.in.

Requirements

Following is the minimum qualification required to start your career as Mission Critical Infra Technician:

12th Grade in Science Stream (Physics, Mathematics & Chemistry) + ITI, or Diploma in Electrical, Mechanical and Electronics, with minimum 2 years of relevant industry experience.

Fresh B.E. or B.Tech in Electrical, Mechanical and Electronics stream.

12th Grade with Science Stream (Physics, Mathematics & Chemistry) and Fresh BCA can get into our specialized application software intensive courses like IBMS & DCIM.



Benefits

Most contemporary & industry relevant training program in India – available exclusively with CSPL.

Higher version of the course available for working professionals – minimum passing percentage 75%.

Created & acknowledged by industry professionals & technology owners (OEMs) for industry usage, offering a higher chance of acquiring a job, post-training – and possibly at CSPL itself.

Training Programs are related to core infra components, which increases the probability of getting a job, as well as prepares you for multiple job opportunities and industry domains.

Virtual classroom ensures that the same high standard of quality is delivered across the country, and that upgrades reach each student simultaneously, while LMS enables CSPL, students and parents to track the student’s performance.

12th Grade in Science Stream (Physics, Mathematics & Chemistry) + ITI, or Diploma in Electrical, Mechanical and Electronics, with minimum 2 years of relevant industry experience.

Vast industry experience and presence in a large metro (NCR – Delhi) enables us to get, and retain, the very best trainers.

Country-wide access between students & industry (Job Providers, Job Seekers & HR Recruiters, all face-to-face)

Computer Based Training (CBT) Programs for students worldwide.

Examinations conducted separately on each subject.

All streams certified by an industry OEM, NSDC (in process) & CSPL; opening up multiple avenues for the student.

Practical training, as opposed to simply book learning, gives the student an industry-relevant, experience-based career growth path, built around professional training.

Reasonably priced, and 100% job assurance OR your money back guaranteed.

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