As being part of the VMware Certified Instructor Community, I have a very committed to encourage individuals to attend VMware Training as this is a key part of gaining new skills and keep yourself relevant in todays ever changing IT landscape. The traditional training courses that was provide by VMware Education has always been informative.
The courses have been captivating for beginners as well as experienced individuals. VMware has acquired many organisations and thus meaning that the list of products in their stable has grown immensely, which mean VMware partners have let more to sell to the industry. Engineers will have to up-skill their selves as they will need to manage these new technologies.
With that said they way froward is get some good training and get your self familiar with these new and great products.
So VMware Education has a lot of ways to deliver training:
Classroom – Instructor-Led Training – This is my all time favourite as I get to meet the trainer in person and have a room of like-minded individuals. This allows for me to learn from others in the industry and get to network, as well as have an instructor at your finger tips to assist you.
Live Online – In this method, you will connect to a training session with an instructor and other delegates to have the course presented to you over the internet. No need to travel to the training venue, but rather jump online and continue with the training.
Self-Paced – These are pre-recorded training material that you watch at your own pace and get to cover the content and labs.
I guess that there are different ways to approach the training and there are several ways to consume the training. As always the benefit is that which ever way to get the training done, you are improving yourself as an individual.
So when you have a chance check out the link below:
I know that this post is rather late…but I’m sure you have
all the juicy information of what went down at both VMworld in the US &
Europe. I’m just posting a high-level overview of my experiences and takeaways
from the event.
As usual the VMworld event was held in Barcelona for the
Europe conference. To be honest I have mixed feeling about the place. The good,
most attendees are familiar with the city so logistics and navigating around
the city is great, on the other hand change is good. Having a new venue for
VMworld will give a breath of fresh air and new scenery for those traveling to
the conference. That’s just my opinion.
So, let’s get into the key topics at VMworld 2018!
I know of many individuals out that would like to play around with some of VMware cool features that are out with the new releases.
Understanding and trying out some of VMware features tends to become difficult for individuals, that don’t have access to a lab environment. Most individuals would like to try it out and don’t want to touch their production environment.
VMware has the “Feature Walkthrough” that will allow you to navigate and sample the features with shorts notes for you to understand before you try the feature out in your environment.
Below is the link to the Feature Walkthrough…Go try it out!
Been interesting how technology has been evolving and how VMware is part of the forefront of things. Software Defined Storage (SDS) is fast becoming conversations in this industry and people are trying to get to grips of understanding what is this. The fact that we are able to use local storage to provide shared storage has dramatically changed the way we approach presenting solution to clients. I’m not saying that this technology will entirely replace “The SAN” but rather work for certain use cases.
First things is having an understanding what is vSAN and how this technology will be able to work in your environment.
Below is a link to the vSAN 101:
VMware has also introduced a vSAN certification. This will prove your knowledge of this amazing piece of software that will help you achieve your Software Defined DataCenter.
Below is link if you are interested in obtaining this certification:
So, this is a lot of new and old faithful products that have been released/updated. Below you will find a link that will take you to abundant information to give you a better understanding around the above mentioned.
I extremely love the solutions exchange as you get to meet some amazing vendors with amazing technologies. You get time to mingle and understand their technologies and how it may benefit you in your organization.
VMworld is one of the largest Virtualization & Datacentre conference that is held in USA and Europe by VMware. It is a fantastic opportunity to be part of great and new announcements made at the conference showcasing the future for VMware. Many vendors are sponsors and will be at the Solution Exchange centre showcasing their latest and greatest technology as being part of VMware’s Ecosystem.
Whilst this is a wonderful opportunity to attend as many sessions as you can, it’s important to choose wisely. Getting into sessions where are discussions and speaking to the experts are the best opposed to just attending a PowerPoint presentation. Try out the hands-on labs and visit the Solution Exchange centre, chat to the vendors and find out what’s new within their portfolio. Best part is the networking and growing your professional network with likeminded people and enjoy all the parties hosted by vendors and especially the VMworld Party.
The conference will fly by fast, so take a step back and enjoy the atmosphere and being part of such a wonderful event and enjoy every moment.