Edureka Launches Courses in Robotic Process Automation and Microservices Architecture

Edureka, the e-learning platform for live, instructor-led training in trending technologies, has added two more courses to its portfolio.  The two new courses are tailored to meet the increasing skill demand in robotics and service-oriented architecture. As in the case of other Edureka courses, the two new courses also have been co-created by industry experts.

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Training Using UiPath:

Organizations are heavily reliant on RPA to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance regulatory compliance. The technology is becoming increasingly sophisticated by offering service organizations and enterprises a way to integrate multiple systems. Edureka’s training program comes at a time when demand for professionals skilled in UiPath are at an all-time high.

According to Vineet Chaturvedi, Co-Founder of Edureka, “A blended human and virtual workforce is no longer a fictional scene from a sci-fi movie but a business reality. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) makes such a workforce possible and has been proven to give companies a competitive advantage. RPA allows businesses to automate the mundane tasks and free up their workforce for higher value activities while improving speed and accuracy and reducing costs. RPA is, therefore, a crucial technology for organizations looking to deliver customer delight and better business performance. Professionals who are skilled in RPA and UiPath tool can expect to be in demand in such organizations.

The Robotic Process Automation (RPA) training at Edureka is aimed at making the learner an expert in the UiPath RPA tool. UiPath is an advanced, scalable and extensible Robotic Process Automation platform designed to empower business analysts to automate business processes within their companies. The course will train learners in designing a RPA solution using UiPath, and help them perform image and text automation, create RPA Bots, perform data manipulation and debug and handle the exceptions, using real-life case studies.

A 2016 report by McKinsey and Co. predicts that the Robotic Process Automation market is expected to be worth $6.7 trillion by 2025. In fact, RPA has already found adoption in a variety of industries ranging from BPOs to automobiles to banking, with use cases in Capgemini, Volvo, to name a few.

Microservices Architecture Training

With organizations increasingly adopting the DevOps way of software development, there is an urgent need to have a development architecture that lets them structure an application as a collection of loosely coupled services. The Microservices architecture is built specifically to allow development and operations teams to work in close collaboration and follow a learn-as-you-go methodology, leading to faster and agiler software development.

Edureka Co-Founder Vineet says, “Microservices is a software architecture that is similar to LEGO blocks; If you don’t like a particular part, you can just replace it in real-time. The benefit of breaking down an application into multiple smaller services is that it improves modularity and makes the application easier to develop and test. Professionals who can build an enterprise-ready implementation of the microservices architecture can expect an upward career trajectory in the coming years.

The Edureka Microservices Architecture training helps learners gain expertise in developing a Microservices architecture-based solution, apply Microservices principles to organizational requirements and build a scalable, effective solution.

Recently, Lightbend (formerly Typesafe) surveyed 2,151 Java Virtual Machine (JVM) developers and found that more than 30% of respondents are already running Microservices in production, with an additional 20% ‘seriously piloting’ microservices for better production deployment.

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