New VMware vSphere Video Training Course from Train Signal!

Just released from Train Signal – the leader in video training for IT Pros – is their VMware vSphere video training course by vExpert & VCP, David Davis. Whether you are new to virtualization or you have been using VMware for a few years, this course has something to teach you! This new course covers VMware ESX Server and the replacement for the VMware Virtual Infrastructure Suite – vSphere – the #1 virtualization product today!

Included in the course is information on the VMware Certified Professional (VCP) program and training on exciting new features of the vSphere suite such as: Fault Tolerance, SVMotion, Host Profiles, Hot Add of CPU & RAM, and Fault Tolerance. Of course, the course also covers the traditional VMware features like VMotion, DRS, and VMHA.

The new vSphere course includes video and audio training on iPod, MP3, AVI and WAV (great for learning on-the-go)!

Checkout a free sample of the course that shows you how to run VMware ESX 4 / vSphere inside VMware Workstation!

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