Linux administration for 2.5 years in navi MumbaiAnonymous (Former Employee) | Data Centre support Division Anonymous (Former Employee) | Data Centre support division
I joined this company as a fresher in support domain. they had provided 3 months of training in 7-8 tech. after that they assign as per the requirement, I got Linux admin job then, first team was awesome, manager Ramsy Lasrado , he helped a lot in providing exposure to all the resources what he can to help us in leaning. Back then LnT has policies of assigning mentor as well apart from project and team (not sure if it is still there). this scheme was very helpful as you can discuss with him about lots of topic related to domain outside project scenario aslo. job security is good. you will get lot of opportunities, but keep in mind that it might be possible that sometimes company wants your efforts in those fields which you don't like or don't want to. This happens in almost all IT companies. each year also you will get training program to attend. not very extensive but it's nice to have something in place. training programs are also compulsory in some way. appraisal is also good here, but again this depends upon project/company/ and your performance.
changing from one project to another is very tough here , you need to follow never ending hierarchy process and at the end you will listen one comment ; "there project is in critical phase , we need you here right now, will surely help you in switching project". and believe me for some it worked but for many they had to change the company for project change:) . In your early phase of IT life , exposure to multiple projects give you an opportunity of fast learning. politics...it is in every company, I don't like it.
I am Linux admin, assigned in one domestic project. Some times work was good and boring as well. sometimes worked outside office hour without extra pay , sometimes I had nothing to in office...game zone. overall I liked it
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