I was going to just tweet this news, but I thought it is too exciting for 140 characters to handle!
I’m a big believer in everything visual as you know, and I think that this kind of video based training is the way to go for anyone learning about something new for the first time. The next step, of course, would be reading full-blown books and product manuals, but again: it is way too easy to start your knowledge journey with this kind of CBTs to get you up to speed with the main concepts and most importantly to see the whole thing in front of you without worrying about setting the labs and related prerequisites.
With that said, I was really excited to know about this new releases coming soon from Trainsignal, and even more excited when I knew about the great instructors of the series: David Davis, Hal Rottenberg and Rick Scherer!
Without further ramblings, here are the main highlights of the videos included, and you can read the full details on the official site here:
VMware View & ThinApp – David Davis
- Video 1 Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Overview – Understanding the Options
- Video 2 Introduction to VMware View
- Video 3 Installing VMware View 4
- Video 4 Deploying Virtual Desktops with View
- Video 5 Automated Virtual Desktop Deployment with View Pools
- Video 6 Adding a Terminal Services Pool in View
- Video 7 Understanding View Composer Linked Clones
- Video 8 Introduction to ThinApp 4
- Video 9 Installing ThinApp
- Video 10 Virtualizing Applications with ThinApp
Managing VMware vSphere with PowerCLI – Hal Rottenberg
- Video 1 Introduction to Power CLI
- Video 2 PowerShell Basics
- Video 3-1 PowerCLI Concepts – Part 1
- Video 3-2 PowerCLI Concepts – Part 2
- Video 4 Power CLI in the Real World
- Video 5 PowerCLI Cmdlet Deep Dives
Cisco Nexus 1000V VMware vSphere Third-Party Virtual Distributed Switch – Rick Scherer
- Video 1 Getting Started with the Nexus 1000V
- Video 2 Integrating the Cisco Nexus 1000V with vCenter Server
- Video 3 High Availability Option for the Cisco Nexus 1000V
- Video 4 Configuring Port Profiles on the Cisco Nexus 1000V
I’m definitely getting a copy of this as soon as it will be released!