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Yesterday in Vancouver Mitch Garvis and I wrapped up the second set of IT Virtualization Boot Camps. Like the ones we delivered in Mississauga, the overwhelming feedback we received has been positive with everyone attending liking the format and the skills being gained around Hyper-V, failover clustering, and Microsoft’s virtualization platform. The next set of IT Virtualization Boot Camps are scheduled for Ottawa on February 17 & 18 as well as Calgary on March 12. If you have not yet registered for either of these camps, do so now before they sell out – all of the previous events have. Register for the Ottawa and Calgary events now!
I also want to announce that we will be bringing the IT Virtualization Boot Camp to Montreal on March 2 & 3. Register now to reserve your seat and help out your local user group. Don’t forget that proceeds from all the IT Virtualization Boot Camps go directly to your local user group to allow them to continue to bring you great programs to help you learn new skills and create networking opportunities.
Mitch and I look forward to seeing all of you registered for the Ottawa event later this week. In the meantime, here are some photos from the Vancouver event.
Students worked in teams to accomplish a series of challenges for points.
Proctors like Dana Epp and Steve Syfuhs (both MVPs) were ready to lend a hand when teams had issues.
Mitch Garvis, who is a VMware Certified Professionl (VCP) as well as an MVP debunks some VMware claims.
A full house on both days got to experience Microsoft’s Virtualization Platform hands-on!!
What level of technical experience / knowledge is required to attend one of these?
The pre-requisites are pretty straightforward:
- experience managing Windows Server 2008 or 2008 R2
- experience with Active Directory
- experience managing networking in Windows Server
No virtualization experience necessary but VMware admins are welcome. :-)