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Free Webinar: Top 25 Free Tools for VMware vSphere

Overview

The free VMware vSphere tools that are available from third-party vendors are an essential part of every good virtualizaion admin’s tool box. Let’s face it, VMware vSphere does a lot but you still need third-party tools to get the job done — and to make your life as an admin easier and more productive.

Register Today: Top 25 Free Tools for VMware vSphere

Date: Wednesday, January 11th 2012

Time: 2 PM – 3 PM CST

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In this free Webinar, vExpert Kendrick Coleman and I will share our top 25 free tools for VMware that will help you with vSphere management, performance, reporting, scripting and much more. Whether you’re an experienced virtualization pro, or someone just starting out with vSphere administration you’ll benefit from learning about these 25 free tools.

Kendrick and I have done two VMworld presentation on this topic (at VMworld 2010 and 2011) and our updated list of free vSphere tools includes some of the latest and greatest tools. These are tools we’ve used and tested and all of them are completely free, not just 30 day trials. Trust me, you’ll get a lot from these tools.

Join us for this free webinar and see how you can make your life as a VMware admin EASY!

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