Virtualization Technology News and Information
TrainSignal Releases Microsoft Server Virtualization Training

TrainSignal, the global leader in professional computer training, announced the release of their Microsoft Server Virtualization Training course.

Microsoft's Systems Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) and Hyper-V hypervisor form the backbone of Microsoft's powerful server virtualization offering. Server virtualization offers significant cost savings and improved availability by allowing administrators to provision, consolidate, expand and utilize server hardware dynamically in direct response to the needs of the enterprise. However, without proper installation and configuration, the full power of server virtualization cannot be realized.

TrainSignal's Microsoft Server Virtualization Training teaches network administrators and systems administrators how to harness the power of server virtualization. Over the course of 24 lessons, students learn how to fully utilize Hyper-V and Systems Center Virtual Machine Manager including how to use VMM to store virtual components, how to manage all virtualization hosts in one place and how to use the Self-Service Portal to simplify user access to virtual machines. In addition, students get an overview of high availability, clustering and even learn how to migrate virtual machines (VM) from VMware to Microsoft's Hyper-V.

Gosia Niklinski, TrainSignal's Product Development Specialist, said, "The section of this course covering the System Center VMM Library outlines valuable skills for quickly and easily deploying and storing virtual machines, something more and more companies are looking to do."

The instructor for the course is Ed Liberman. Liberman has over 20 years of technology experience and has been a certified instructor since 1998. He has numerous industry certifications including MCP, MCSA, MCSE, MCDST, MCT, MCITP, A+, Network+, Server+, CWNA, CWTS and CWNT certifications. Liberman is also the instructor for several other TrainSignal courses including Small Business Server 2011 Training, Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Training, Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure training and more.

When not in the classroom, Liberman is an independent consultant helping corporations with their network infrastructure. His teaching style encourages students to have fun while learning real-world skills as well as develop the knowledge required to pass technology certification exams.

This Microsoft Server Virtualization Training course offers partial coverage of the Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, Server Virtualization (70-659) certification exam, which fulfills the requirements of the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist certification, and counts as credit toward the Microsoft Certified IT Professional certification.

The course's instructional videos are offered in several formats including iPod Video, Mp3 Audio, .WMV and high quality AVI files ensuring that students can take advantage of virtually any device for training. Course DVDs are shipped free worldwide, however, students don't have to wait to get their course materials to start training. All course materials are available instantly to students after signing up for the course and can be accessed anywhere. Students can learn using any device with a suitable Internet connection without lugging DVDs everywhere.

In addition to the course videos, a PDF file of instructor notes is provided to students who can focus on watching, doing and learning instead of taking notes. The notes are also a useful way to review class material on the go.

Like all TrainSignal courses, the Microsoft Server Virtualization Training course is backed by TrainSignal's exclusive 90 day Total Experience Guarantee.

The Microsoft Server Virtualization Training course is available for just $297.

Published Monday, August 22, 2011 6:23 PM by David Marshall
TrainSignal Releases Microsoft Server Virtualization Training … | Web Hosting Geeks - Shared Web Hosting, VPS, Dedicated Servers, Virtualization and Cloud Computing - (Author's Link) - August 24, 2011 3:23 AM
ZacharyL - August 25, 2011 2:02 AM

The course contains instructional videos for the convenience of the trainees and they can run on moth mP3 audio as well as iPhone audios.

To post a comment, you must be a registered user. Registration is free and easy! Sign up now!
<August 2011>