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VMware vSphere Training

By chrisclaborne ·
Does anyone know of some cheaper VMware vSphere training? The stuff from VMware is a bit too pricey for me right now.

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Chris

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Found VMware vSphere Training

by chrisclaborne In reply to VMware vSphere Training

I was searching around and found http://itdvds.com and they have some VMware vSphere training that is super cheap http://itdvds.com/VSphereTrainingNewFeatures.aspx , and so far the training has been excellent! Not only that, as a member, I get access to all of their training, and they have a ton of VMware, Microsoft, HP, and Dell training. I hope this helps someone else that is strapped for cash like me.

- Chris

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Interesting site

by shasca In reply to Found VMware vSphere Trai ...

I never heard of them before. Good find.

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The Best Training for the Best Price

by VMman In reply to VMware vSphere Training

I am the COO of VMTraining.net, and Ultimatebootcamp.net. Give us a call. We have over 400 locations we train at, and I am sure I can get you the training you need at the price you want.

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vSphere Training

by morris1996 In reply to VMware vSphere Training

When looking for vSphere training, you need to be careful. If your ultimate goal is to get VCP certified, you MUST train with an authorized provider.

From the VMware Web Site
?Participation in a VMware authorized training class is REQUIRED for VCP certification. Candidates who take the VCP exam without a class will NOT be certified or confirmed by VMware. Authorized courses are listed on the Education Services portal of this website. If a class is NOT listed there it is not authorized.?

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The Merits of Vendor Neutral Certifications?

by VMman In reply to vSphere Training

Are Vendor Neutral Certifications Worthwhile?
?Managers are beginning to see the vendor-neutral cert as a more well-rounded program, which focuses more on the methodology and technology than a specific brand or software. A great benefit of vendor-neutral certifications is that they teach the technology as it is, flaws and all. The utopian view of the vendor towards it's product is eliminated. In addition, the employee is more likely to respond well in a multi-vendor environment. According to Certification Magazine, "findings from a recent Gartner survey underline an emerging recognition that vendor-neutral IT certifications, such as CIW, are supported by employers and IT professionals." Keith Ward is a technology journalist who has written about technical certifications for more than eight years.

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Try Firebrand Training 5 Day Course

by jgohil7 In reply to VMware vSphere Training

Hi Chris,

I don't know if you are still looking for VMWare VSphre training, but I work for Firebrand Training and we just released a 5 day accelerated bootcamp certification <a href="http://www.firebrandtraining.co.uk/courses/vmware-training/vsphere">VMWare Training</a> course. Let us know if you are still looking and we can discuss your training requirements. We offer this course in the UK, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Norway.

Many Thanks

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vsphere training

by giovst In reply to VMware vSphere Training

Here is a source of interest. http://www.videotrainingcourses.org/vspheretraining
Here you can find at free demo so you can try it and get a feel for it.

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