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Feb 17 2010

Need vSphere training? There’s an app for that…

I received a copy of Train Signal’s new vSphere Pro Series Vol. 1 which includes 3 modules on VMware View/ThinApp, Cisco Nexus 1000V and PowerCLI. The new Pro series is aimed towards users that want more than the basics and want to learn more about some of the advanced features in vSphere. I particularly like this 1st volume because it covers 3 areas I’m not very strong in and would like to learn more about. The instructor on the first module on View & ThinApp is David Davis, Rick Scherer is the instructor on the Cisco Nexus 1000V module and Hal Rottenberg is the instructor for PowerCLI. All three are experienced and knowledgeable vSphere veterans and very qualified to teach each subject. So head on over to Train Signal’s website and check it out, it’s regularly $599 but is available for a limited time for half-price ($297), you can also check out a demo of it here.