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  • Date: 2004 – 2006 Technologies : Sun One, Bea WebLogic 7.0/8.1, Solaris 8 Remarks : None Contact: Bens Kwabla
  • Date: 2006 - ... Technologies: SUN Solaris 10, JBoss 4.0.3 / 4.0.5, IBM MQ Series, BMC Patrol Remarks: Project was acquired through a JBoss – Admin training for DBV-Winterthur backed by our study related to evaluation of application servers by Gregor Müller. Several other Consulting companies (including Accenture) failed due to lack of technological understanding. Decision was to be made betweeen: a) Standard JBoss as downloadable b) “Engineered” JBoss as delivered and supportend by Winterthur/CH c) other App.-Server Evaluation document is available. Contact: Bens Kwabla, Matthias Bohnen
  • Date: 2007 Technologies: jBPM, JBoss 4.0.3, MySQL, MyFaces 1.x, Hibernate Remarks: The of CRM system Vantiv (released 1990 and customized by Danet/Darmstadt, Vantive was bought by PeopleSoft, later PeopleSoft was bought by Oracle) came to it's limits in the year of 2000 as support was officially ceased. As no product could fulfill all requirements of OVB's pyramid selling organisation, an individual solution was considered. Although considered as a success, customer decided after several trainings, that lack of customer's knowledge forces towards a standard product of a major vendor (Microsoft) Contact: Ansgar Thobe
  • Date: Technologies: Remarks: Contact: Matthias Bohnen
  • After passing the examination, you will be able to do the following, for example: * understand what you hear in everyday situations, such as simple questions, instructions and messages, as well as messages on an answerphone, public announcements and brief conversations, * obtain relevant information from short written messages, public notices and classified advertisements, * state and understand figures, quantities, times and prices, * fill in personal details and basic information on forms, * write brief personal messages, * introduce yourself in a conversation and answer simple personal questions, * formulate and respond to common everyday queries and requests.
  • European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is a standard for comparing the study attainment and performance of students of higher education across the European Union and other collaborating European countries. For successfully completed studies, ECTS credits are awarded. One academic year corresponds to 60 ECTS-credits that are equivalent to 1500–1800 hours of study in all countries irrespective of standard or qualification type and is used to facilitate transfer and progression throughout the Union. The ECTS will be complemented by the European credit transfer system for vocational education and training (ECVET) which the ministers responsible for vocational training in 32 European countries agreed to develop in the Maastricht Communiqué of 14 December 2004.
  • PGDAIT presentation v11

    1. 1. PGDAIT Post-graduate diploma in advanced information technologies
    2. 2. Targeted audience All degree holders (B.Sc./M.Sc.) who want to: <ul><li>Increase their knowledge </li><ul><li>with state-of-the-art technologies taught by German academic staff (Professors, visiting lecturers, assistant professors)
    3. 3. gain real world experience from experienced IT people from Germany </li></ul><li>Enter Germany to go for </li><ul><li>M.Sc.
    4. 4. getting job experience from abroad
    5. 5. job opportunities
    6. 6. academic career </li></ul></ul>
    7. 7. F irst phase: Selection and initial preparation phase Eligibility: <ul><li>B.Sc. or M.Sc. </li><ul><li>in engineering or IT related domain
    8. 8. from recognizes institute </li></ul><li>Basic programming skills, preferably in Java
    9. 9. Fluently speaking english (TOEFL/IELTS)
    10. 10. Willing to work hard (as there is fierce competition) </li></ul>
    11. 11. Deliverables
    12. 12. The bodies behind PGDAIT: <ul><li>University of Siegen
    13. 13. Brockhaus Group India and Germany </li></ul>
    14. 14. University of Siegen <ul><li>Foundation of the University of Siegen on 1st August 1972
    15. 15. Combination of Humboldt’s humanistic educational ideal and the advantages of a practice-orientated technical and teacher training college education
    16. 16. Student population: </li><ul><li>13,500 in winter 2009/10 (including ca.1,630 international students = 12%) </li></ul><li>Staff (1550): </li><ul><li>1050 academic staff (including 231 professors)
    17. 17. 500 non-academic staff in technology and administration </li></ul></ul>
    18. 18. University of Siegen Department 5 (School of Economic Disciplines) <ul><li>Economics
    19. 19. Business Administration
    20. 20. German and European Economic Law
    21. 21. Information Systems for Business (Business Computing = Wirtschaftsinformatik) </li></ul>
    22. 22. University of Siegen Dept. 5 at bird's eye view
    23. 23. University of Siegen CHE-Ranking:
    24. 24. PGDAIT at media
    25. 25. Brockhaus Group Facts: <ul><li>Founded in 2003 by Dirk Brockhaus and Matthias Bohnen
    26. 26. 100% privately owned, approx. 20% of shares hold by employees
    27. 27. no venture capital, no investors
    28. 28. > 15 Employees around 1.000.000,- € revenues in 2008
    29. 29. Located at </li><ul><li>Heidelberg
    30. 30. Wiesbaden
    31. 31. Pune </li></ul></ul>
    32. 32. About Brockhaus Partners and cooperations: Academia <ul><li>University of Siegen </li><ul><li>Joint diploma theses for e.g. T-Online
    33. 33. Joint international workshops for vodafone, SAP, Dresdner Bank, ...
    34. 34. Joint positions in student assistentships / research projects </li></ul></ul>
    35. 35. About Brockhaus Partners and cooperations: Academia <ul><li>Biju Patnaik University of Technologies (Orissa, India) </li><ul><li>40 Colleges with approx. 58.000 Students
    36. 36. Tripartite Memorandum of Understanding with University of Siegen and Brockhaus </li></ul><li>Vivesvaraya Technological University (Karnataka, India) </li><ul><li>140 Colleges with approx 180.000 Students
    37. 37. Tripartite Memorandum of Understanding with University of Siegen and Brockhaus </li></ul></ul>
    38. 38. Reference: T-Online International AG Consulting/ Development Training / Coaching Research / Academia   T-Online is a brand of Deutsche Telekom and germans largest internet provider. Brockhaus defined the migration concept, supported the migration from SUN iPlanet to Bea WebLogic 8.1 and was training the employees and supporting the administration and 24/7 operation. Results: <ul><li>Increase of performance by factor 10
    39. 39. Increase of load balancing by factor 3
    40. 40. 24/7 operation, no failure </li></ul>Cluster <ul><li>8 Mio. hits per day (incl. static content)
    41. 41. 24 Bea WebLogic 8.1 instancies / 4 Apache WebServer </li></ul>Applikations: <ul><li>Ordermanagement
    42. 42. Billing systems </li></ul>Migration: <ul><li>iPlanet -> Bea WebLogic </li></ul>Migration / administration of „Customer Self Care System“ of T-Online International AG. „ The experts of Brockhaus GmbH not only did a very good migration job, but also have supported us in the perfect operation of our system. We are very satisfied with their performance.“ Gerd Rolvering , Senior Manager Application Services, T-ONLINE INTERNATIONAL AG .
    43. 43. Reference: DBV Winterthur Consulting/ Development Training / Coaching Research / Academia   Evaluation and Administration of “ePlatform” for all online applications DBV is part of global AXA Group <ul><li>Employees: 4.600
    44. 44. Customers: 3,5 million
    45. 45. Revenue: 2.8 billion € </li></ul>--- Data by DBV-winterthur Brockhaus' tasks and objectives: <ul><li>Evaluation of strategic platform to support all online business of DBV
    46. 46. Training and coaching of DBV employees
    47. 47. 24/7 operation, no failure
    48. 48. Technical env.: JBoss 4.0.4, Solaris 10, Oracle 10g, Gauss VIP </li></ul>
    49. 49. Reference: OVB Vermögensberatung Köln Consulting/ Development Training / Coaching Research / Academia    pic by Raimond Spekking / GNU-License for free Docu FOSS based prototype for new CRM-System Project desc.: OVB was about making a descision regarding their new CRM-System. One of the alternatives was a pure open-source based implementation. Brockhaus together with University of Siegen evaluated FOSS technologies / products and implemented the prototype Brockhaus' tasks and objectives: <ul><li>Evaluation of free open source technologies to make use of (JBoss, jBPM, MySQL/Postgres, eclipse, Hibernate)
    50. 50. implementation of prototype, presentation of results to OVB's IT executive director
    51. 51. Training OVB IT-personal in Java, Enterprise Java and JBoss-Admin </li></ul>
    52. 52. Reference: SAP eLearning Consulting/ Development Training / Coaching Research / Academia    45 min eLearning for internal use at SAP AG SAP University wants to introduce SAP's strategy in areas of eSOA globally <ul><li>Brockhaus was choosen due to several trainings given in areas of Java / Enterprise Java </li></ul>Brockhaus' tasks and objectives: <ul><li>Defining educational scheme and didactical approach
    53. 53. Content rework, storyboarding
    54. 54. Supervising technical implementation </li></ul>most successful e-Learning of SAP
    55. 55. Course details 3 phased program: <ul><li>Selection and initial preparation phase by Brockhaus
    56. 56. One semester studies at university of Siegen including exam
    57. 57. Internship at German company </li></ul>6500 € Course fee
    58. 58. F irst phase: Selection and initial preparation phase Process <ul><li>Personal interview, fill application form, apply for scholarship (150,- € monthly for 6 month)
    59. 59. 100,- € processing fee (100% refunded if you are rejected by University of Siegen)
    60. 60. 3 to 4 weeks later you will get admission letter and conditional offer letter, we ask you to pay 750,- € in advance to get the documents.
    61. 61. Apply for bank loan (if needed) and for apartment in hostel
    62. 62. Apply for visa and pay remaining 5650,- € to Brockhaus' bank account in India.
    63. 63. Go for Max Mueller Bhavan for complimentary German language training (A1 level)
    64. 64. Book you flight! </li></ul>
    65. 65. F irst phase: Selection and initial preparation phase German language training in India <ul><li>Provided at Max Mueller Bhavan / Goethe Institut
    66. 66. We expect you to complete A1 level
    67. 67. Course fee of 9000 INR is included </li></ul>
    68. 68. F irst phase: Selection and initial preparation phase Process (continued) <ul><li>After arrival in Germany: </li><ul><li>Transport from Frankfurt to Siegen, dropping you at your apartments
    69. 69. Assisting in all administrative things like health care, bank account, enrollment process, visa issues, shopping, mobile phone </li></ul><li>After getting adjusted (2-3 days) </li><ul><li>Prep training of around 3 weeks
    70. 70. Project </li></ul></ul>
    71. 71. F irst phase: Selection and initial preparation phase Initial training <ul><li>Modeling systems using UML
    72. 72. Java SE
    73. 73. GoF Design Patterns
    74. 74. Test-driven development using JUnit </li></ul>Project, presentation and test: <ul><li>Team-based development of real project
    75. 75. Presentation of results
    76. 76. Test plus certificate from Brockhaus </li></ul>
    77. 77. 2 nd Phase: Study at University of Siegen You are: <ul><li>Enrolled as non-degree seeking student
    78. 78. Joining the same </li><ul><li>lectures as your fellow students
    79. 79. exams as your fellow students </li></ul></ul>Every lecture and exam is in english language
    80. 80. 2 nd Phase: Study at University of Siegen Lectures provided (ECTS): <ul><li>Enterprise Java (oral/written exam)
    81. 81. Service oriented Architectures and Business Process Management (oral/written exam)
    82. 82. Secure mobile applications (oral/written exam)
    83. 83. SAP foundations (attestation)
    84. 84. International project management (attestation)
    85. 85. German language (attestation)
    86. 86. … any other you like </li></ul>
    87. 87. 2 nd Phase: Study at University of Siegen Exam: <ul><li>One hour of written exam / alternatively oral exam
    88. 88. Same exam as your fellow students of M.Sc.
    89. 89. ECTS points awarded and recognized for further studies
    90. 90. Three shots and you're out </li></ul>
    91. 91. 2 nd Phase: Study at University of Siegen Additional lectures during semester break (provided by Brockhaus) <ul><li>Agile SW-Projects using SCRUM
    92. 92. Java EE Architectures (Patterns and Idioms)
    93. 93. Administration of JBoss App.-Server
    94. 94. BPMN, BPEL recap </li></ul>
    95. 95. Deliverables
    96. 96. 2 nd Phase: Study at University of Siegen finally
    97. 97. 3 rd Phase: Internship <ul><li>Apply for internship at German IT company
    98. 98. Gain more work experience
    99. 99. You are allowed to work for 90 working days (approx. 18 weeks)
    100. 100. Brockhaus guarantees for internship of three month </li></ul>
    101. 101. Relevance of topics covered According to major HR-portals (data from 27.05.2010) Technology monster.in Java 4745 Java EE / J2EE 2628 SOA 610 BPM 201 iPhone/Android 171 (iPhone) 225 (Android) SAP 2843
    102. 102. What is next? Your choice: <ul><li>Apply for job in Germany
    103. 103. Continue with M.Sc. at University of Siegen
    104. 104. Boost your career in India
    105. 105. ... </li></ul>
    106. 106. Why joining? International experience: <ul><li>Working in a different style
    107. 107. Studying in a different style </li></ul>Excellent labour market in EC <ul><li>According to German government there is a gap of around 20.000 IT-related specialists
    108. 108. According to SiliconIndia </li><ul><li>one-third of employers' worldwide find it difficult to fill key positions
    109. 109. In the Asia Pacific region, the situation is even worse, with two in very five companies facing a talent shortage
    110. 110. The region has also seen an increase of nine percent in non-availability of desired skills this year, as compared to the previous year </li></ul></ul>
    111. 111. Facts Course fee 6,500 € (around 4 lakhs, payable in € to ICICI bank account in India) Over all cost Course fee plus: <ul><li>7,200 € (600 € monthly) includes apartment, food, public transport, health care
    112. 112. flight
    113. 113. 200 € per semester for student parliament etc.
    114. 114. 60 € for visa </li></ul>Scholarship Available on application (150 € monthly) Internship Guaranteed for at least 3 month, paid with at least 200 € monthly Working allowed 90 working days per year (recommended to be used as internship) Research assistant (unlimited duration) Duration One year in Germany Degree Post-graduate, ECTS-Points, optional M.Sc. (ECTS will be recognized europe-wide)
    115. 115. Thankx 4 your attention, cu soon
    116. 116. Copyrights Names mentioned are trademarks of their respective companies. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or for any purpose without the express permission of Brockhaus GmbH. The information contained herein may be changed without prior notice. <ul><li>Microsoft®, Windows®, NT®, EXCEL®, Word®, Power Point®, and SQL Server® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
    117. 117. IBM®, DB2®, DB2 Universal Database, OS/2®, Parallel Sysplex®, MVS/ESA, AIX®, S/390®, AS/400®, OS/390®, OS/400®, iSeries, pSeries, xSeries, z/OS, AFP, Intelligent Miner, WebSphere®, Netfinity®, Tivoli®, Informix and Informix® Dynamic ServerTM are trademarks of IBM Corporation in USA and/or other countries.
    118. 118. BEA® is a registered trademark of BEA Systems Inc.
    119. 119. JBoss® is a registered trademark of Marc Fleury
    120. 120. ORACLE® is a registered trademark of ORACLE Corporation.
    121. 121. UNIX®, X/Open®, OSF/1®, and Motif® are registered trademarks of Open Group
    122. 122. HTML, DHTML, XML, XHTML are trademarks or registered trademarks of W3C®, World Wide Web Consortium, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
    123. 123. JAVA® is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
    124. 124. JAVASCRIPT® is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc., used under license for technology invented and implemented by Netscape.
    125. 125. SAP, SAP Logo, R/2, R/3, mySAP, mySAP.com and other SAP products and services mentioned herein as well as their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries all over the world. All other product and service </li></ul>

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