Course: Next Generation VMware Infrastructure: What’s New

For VMware partners only: VMware training centers worldwide are delivering a two-day course on the new generation VMware Infrastructure whats new also known as vSphere.

The training can be done online as well, but not 24hours/7 days per week. Fixed dates and time only!

The training has 6 modules

Module 1: Introducing the Next Generation of VI
Highlights Next Generation enhancements by component and reviews upgrade tools and strategies.

Module 2: Infrastructure Administration
Presents new features that support better infrastructure monitoring and reduce the time it takes to provision ESX/ESXi hosts and virtual machines.

Module 3: Networking
Discusses networking enhancements that simplify configuration, extend support, and improve performance.

Module 4: Storage
Introduces new storage features that reduce storage costs, streamline management, and optimize performance.

Module 5: Resource Management
Reviews vMotion. compatibility enhancements, new VMware Distributed Resource Scheduler monitoring and management tools, and extended VMware DPM support.

Module 6: Business Continuity
Presents VMware High Availability enhancements and introduces VMware Fault Tolerance and vStorage APIs for data recovery.

Costs are in 495 euro for instructur led training and US$ 747.5  for the online training.

Details on VMware Partner Central http://mylearn1.vmware.com/mgrreg/courses.cfm?ui=sso&a=one&id_subject=9822

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About Marcel van den Berg
I am a technical consultant with a strong focus on server virtualization, desktop virtualization, cloud computing and business continuity/disaster recovery.

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