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Just one week after Microsoft Management Summit 2011 (MMS), Microsoft Learning will be hosting an exclusive three-day Jump Start class specially tailored for VMware and Microsoft virtualization technology pros. Registration for “
Microsoft Virtualization for VMware Professionals
is open now and will be delivered as a FREE online class on March 29-31, 2011 from 10:00am-4:00pm PDT
What’s the high-level overview?
This cutting edge course will feature expert instruction and real-world demonstrations of Hyper-V and brand new releases which will become available as part of the System Center 2012 releases. Register Now!
will focus on “Platform” (Hyper-V, virtualization architecture, high availability & clustering)
will focus on “Management” (System Center Suite, SCVMM 2012 Beta, Opalis, Private Cloud solutions)
will focus on “VDI” (VDI Infrastructure/architecture, v-Alliance, application delivery via VDI)
Every section will be team-taught by two of the most respected authorities on virtualization technologies: Microsoft Technical Evangelist Symon Perriman
and leading Hyper-V, VMware, and XEN infrastructure consultant, Corey Hynes
Who is the target audience for this training?
Suggested prerequisite skills include real-world experience with Windows Server 2008 R2, virtualization and datacenter management. The course is tailored to these types of roles:
How do I to register and learn more about this great training opportunity?
What is a “Jump Start” course?
A “Jump Start” course is “team-taught” by two expert instructors in an engaging radio talk show style format. The idea is to deliver readiness training on strategic and emerging technologies that drive awareness at scale before Microsoft Learning develops mainstream Microsoft Official Courses (MOC) that map to certifications. All sessions are professionally recorded and distributed through MS Showcase, Channel 9, Zune Marketplace and iTunes for broader reach.
Please join us for this fantastic event!
Sr. Technical Product Manager, Opalis
I think there is a mistake with year :) You mean 2011 not 2010?