Networking in virtualization is one of my favorite areas; my networking skills do miss few bits here and there. I am looking forward to get a hand on copy of this book, as it would help to perfect my network troubleshooting. The book as you would expect by the title, focuses on networking, and is destined for VMware admins willing to learn more about networking, written by Chris Wahl and Steve Pantol. I am a regular reader of Chris Wahl’s blog and also a fan for his writing and creative posters. 🙂
Chris Wahl is one of the bloggers out there who is very active and does killer content. He is a datacenter guy with VCDX title and great speaker and teacher. He has produced aTrainsignal‘s course vCloud Director Essentials training.
The new upcoming book will allow someone who isn’t very strong on networking skills to become VMware admin with networking operational skills capable to talk and work with specialized networking teams in large datacenters.
Comments from Author’s:
The content is geared towards someone who has zero experience with networking to help set a level playing field.
By the end, you should be able to approach and chat with your network team using lingo they know and understand, while also being able to build out some highly available and tuned vSphere networks within a variety of hardware types, such as converged infrastructure, rackmount, NFS, iSCSI, 1GbE, and 10GbE to name a few.
Congratulation to both authors for this great looking project!
The book is currently in pre-order at Amazon and will have 350 pages!
Source: Vladan.fr blog