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The first of the 2013 VMware Hands On Labs are now online September 5, 2013

Posted by vbry21 in VMware blogs, VMware Training.
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I use the VMware Hands on Labs quite a bit, and today (5th September 2013) I noticed that they have put the first of the 2013 VMware Hands On Labs on line.

They are:

HOL-SDC-1302 – VSPHERE DISTRIBUTED SWITCH FROM A TO Z

Explore features of the vSphere Distributed Switch from beginning to advanced perspectives. There are modules that explore QoS and ERSPAN and others that provide a basic introduction to the vSphere Distributed Switch. If you want to explore vSphere networking, this is your lab.

HOL-SDC-1304 – vSphere Performance Optimization

The vSphere Performance lab is a perennial favourite and this year is no exception. There is content for all levels of expertise and multiple tracks through the lab. The optional modules at the end allow you to customize your lab experience around topics of interest to you. Be sure to take the lab more than once so that you can experience all of the modules.

HOL-SDC-1308 – Virtual Storage Solutions

VMware Virtual SAN pools compute and direct-attached storage resources and clusters server disks and flash to create resilient shared storage. This idea is so cool, you just have to see it in action! Get your first taste of this exciting new technology in this Hands-on Lab, then visit vmware.com to sign up for the free beta.

HOL-MBL-1301-AZ – Horizon View from A to Z

VMware Horizon View is changing the way that companies manage their desktop systems. This lab includes a beginning-level guided tour module as well as advanced troubleshooting and optimization content. See what all of the buzz is about and try out Horizon View.

For more info visit the VMware Blog Site

 

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