Train Signal Launches VMware vSphere Troubleshooting Video Training Course
Just released from the team at Train Signal and certified instructor David Davis (VCP4, VCAP-DCA, CCIE, and vExpert) is their new VMware vSphere Troubleshooting Training. If you want to learn how to solve real-world vSphere virtual infrastructure problems as well as prepare for your VCAP-DCA certification, this 14 hour video training course is exactly what you’re looking for.
In this course, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot the vSphere virtual network (standard and distributed switches), what log files to go to when errors occur, what to do when vCenter goes down, how to get an ESX or ESXi server back on the network, how to troubleshoot NFS and iSCSI SAN connectivity, and much more.
Check out the demo below, then go here to learn more about Train Signal’s vSphere Troubleshooting Training:
Don’t wait for downtime to affect your company – downtime that will cost your company money (and potentially cost you your job) – learn how to get vSphere back up and running, fast! The course includes video and audio training on iPod, Mp3, AVI and WAV (great for learning on-the-go). Thanks to TrainSignal for the heads up on this new offering, and as always we recommend Trainsignal.com for all computer training requirements.
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