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I posted an article a couple of weeks back and I wanted to remind by Virtualization brethren of the VMware faith that there are some free online JumpStart courses coming next week just for you! With all the stuff announced at the Microsoft Management Summit this past week and with the essential skills of working with multiple Hypervisors in top demand – you should take some time for a crash course and learn what’s up with the Hyper-V stack.
If you’re an MS guy/gal and wanted a fast track on our virtualization stack – this is also for you.
If you’re seasoned in Windows IT management and looking to expand the way your environments leverage virtualization, this special event is for you. Following just one week after Microsoft Management Summit 2011 (MMS), this three-day Jump Start class is specially tailored for VMWare and Microsoft technology pros. Here’s a glimpse of what we’ll cover:
What is a “Jump Start” Course?
Jump Start training classes are specifically designed for experienced technologists and IT leaders whose jobs demand they know how to best leverage a new Microsoft technology. These advanced courses assume a certain level of expertise and domain knowledge, so they move quickly and cover topics in a fashion that enables teams to recognize progress quickly.
Not sure you’re ready? Suggested prerequisite skills include real-world experience with Windows Server 2008 R2, virtualization and datacenter management. This session is tailored to these types of roles:
Who is teaching?
Symon Perriman | A Microsoft Technical Evangelist covering Virtualization, Windows Server, System Center and Private Cloud technologies, Symon is a recognized expert in high availability, failover clustering, network load balancing, storage solutions, mobile, domain and web services. Symon contributed to several technical books for clustering, virtualization and SQL, wrote technology articles for Business Today, and is the founder of Microsoft’s Failover Clustering & Network Load Balancing Blog.
Corey Hynes | An IT Infrastructure consultant with more than 15 years in the field focusing on operating system virtualization, management and deployment. Corey has been working with products such as Hyper-V, VMWare, and XEN extensively since they were introduced. Currently, Corey is working with Microsoft and Citrix to help partners design and architect enterprise class VDI implementations using XenDesktop and Hyper-V. Corey is also the owner and lead technical architect for holSystems, an online VM hosting engine for training and demo providers, which hosts thousands of VM instances in a custom thin provisioning engine, available on-demand worldwide.
Session One | “Platform” | March 29, 2011 |10am-4pm PDT What time is this in my region?| Register Here
Session Two | “Management” | March 30, 2011 |10am-4pm PDT What time is this in my region? | Register Here
Session Three | “VDI” | March 31, 2011 |10am-4pm PDT What time is this in my region? | Register Here