In this free VMware Integrated OpenStack Fundamentals course, you will learn how VMware supports the open-source and industry standard OpenStack framework for managing public and private clouds.
This course covers the features and advantages of VMware Integrated OpenStack. It also covers the basic architecture, explains how to deploy and manage cloud-based IaaS, demonstrates the unique advantages that VMware brings to OpenStack, and describes the new features available in the latest release, including container management built on Kubernetes.
This course has five modules:
• Introduction to VMware Integrated OpenStack
• Getting Started With VMware Integrated OpenStack
• Using vRealize Solutions to Operationalize OpenStack
• VMware Integrated OpenStack API Consumption
• Container Management With Kubernetes on VMware Integrated OpenStack
More videos from VMware YouTube Channel on VIO.
VMware Integrated OpenStack Hands-on-Lab – Make the best use of Hands-On-Labs as it will give you the opportunity to have a hands on experience with VIO.
Happy Learning!!! 🙂
Tune in to the webcast to get an in-depth look at the benefits of building a modern, software-defined infrastructure based on VMware vSphere 6.5.
A modern infrastructure consists of a fully virtualized, software-defined IT environment, including compute, storage, and networking, plus unified management. The latest version, vSphere 6.5, supports both existing and next-gen applications with a simplified customer experience, built-in security, a universal application platform, and proactive data center management. It provides the foundation for a modern infrastructure that provides:
Flexibility – A common infrastructure with unified operations and management lets you choose the best placement of workloads across private and public clouds.
Agility – Gain faster IT service delivery and response to business needs.
A future-proof environment – Run traditional enterprise applications and new cloud-native applications on the same platform.
Thursday, 18th January 2018
Download your free copy of Introduction to Windows Containers from Microsoft. With the introduction of container support in Windows Server 2016, a world of opportunities that takes traditional monolithic applications on a journey to modernize them for better agility. Containers are a stepping stone that can help IT organizations understand what key items in modern IT environments, such as DevOps, Agile, Scrum, Infrastructure as Code, Continuous Integration, and Continuous Deployment, to name just a few, can do and how these organizations can adopt all of these elements and more to their enterprises.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
John McCabe works for Microsoft as a senior premier field engineer. In this role, he has worked with the largest customers around the world, supporting and implementing cutting-edge solutions on Microsoft Technologies. In this role, he is responsible for developing core services for the Enterprise Services Teams. John has been a contributing author to several books, including Mastering Windows Server 2012 R2 from Sybex, Mastering Lync 2013 from Sybex, and Introducing Microsoft System Center 2012 from Microsoft Press.
John has spoken at many conferences around Europe, including TechEd and TechReady. Prior to joining Microsoft, John was an MVP in Unified Communications with 15 years of consulting experience across many different technologies such as networking, security, and architecture.
Michael Friis is a product manager at Docker where he works on Docker for Amazon Web Services and Azure. He also focuses on integrating Docker with Microsoft technology. Previously he was at Heroku, and, before that, AppHarbor, a .NET platform as a service.
Horizon 7.3 is here! Join VMware Horizon 7.3 session for a walkthrough of the new features including App Shortcuts and Dedicated Instant Clone Support. The session will help you to understand how Horizon 7.3 can enhance and build on your current Horizon feature set.
September 28, 2017
Jonathan is a Sr. Technical Training Specialist with VMware Technical Support University (vTSU). He has been with VMware for over six years. In his current role, Jonathan specializes in developing and delivering VMware End User Computer training to internal VMware employees and external customers.
John has worked in Corporate Technical Training for over 15 years developing training and certification programs for Sun, Oracle, and VMware. John manages VMware’s NSX and End User Computing Training Portfolio.
Explore new ideas. Learn from industry experts. Engage with peers. Join for an immersive event that brings together executives, customers, partners, developers, IT decision makers, and Google Engineers to build the future of the cloud. Choose from sessions on Google Cloud Platform, G Suite, Maps, Devices, and more.
Date: 26 September 2017
Location: BIEC – Bangalore International Exhibition Centre
Learn tips and tricks on how to identify and troubleshoot common issues encountered with VMware Site Recovery Manager. Topics will include
- Deployment issues
- Site pairing
- IP Customization
- SRA/Storage issues
You will also learn how Site Recovery Manger authenticates with the Platform Services Controller and vCenter Server.
James Doyle is a Staff Technical Support Training Specialist with VMware’s Technical Support University. He has worked with VMware for 6 years, starting in their support teams taking cases on vSphere Storage & Networking, VMware Site Recovery Manager and VMware Data Protection. After moving to the training teams, James continued to focus on training development and delivery on VMware Site Recovery Manager, vSphere and vSAN.
Join the upcoming live Databases on AWS Webinars and learn best practices to run your databases on AWS with customer use cases on AWS. These sessions will be led by AWS subject matter experts and solutions architects.
Amazon RDS – How different to what you do today
29 August 2017
Whether you are new to Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) or just need a refresher on the latest features, this session is for you. We will take you through RDS from the perspective of how you manage your databases on-premise today. That is, we will describe the full lifecycle of a database from provisioning to decommissioning while taking into consideration your performance, scalability, availability, security and maintenance requirements.
A Modern Data Architecture for Microservices
29 August 2017
Migrating from a waterfall development methodology with monolithic applications to an agile methodology with microservices is a big step for developers and especially database administrators. This webinar will help guide you through the decision points such as when to use a relational or NoSQL database and whether one database per microservice is the right model for you. We will also provide some examples of how our customers are approaching the problem, including Amazon.com.
Veeam® brings VeeamON Tour to a city near you in India.
This year, VeeamON Tour stands out with:
- In-depth technical analysis of the brand NEW Veeam Availability Suite™ v10 and other exclusive product updates just announced at VeeamON 2017.
- Insightful presentations from our alliances and case studies from our customers.
- Dynamic discussions with Veeam experts, IT peers, technical and business minds.
- Other unforgettable learning and networking opportunities and more!
* Seats are limited, so hurry up and register for FREE today.
Eric Ligman, Microsoft’s Director of Sales Excellence, is once again kicking off his annual effort to give away free Microsoft eBooks.
This is a great opportunity to download book’s of your favorite technology at free of cost.
VMware webcast on 27 July 2017 on vSAN Troubleshooting Tools, Tips and Tricks.
Attend this 60-minute webcast and the topic are listed below.
- VMware vSAN architecture.
- Troubleshooting tools you need based on actual customer use cases.
- Effective troubleshooting techniques used by the VMware Technical Support Team
Staff Technical Support Training Specialist
Francis Daly is a Staff Technical Training Specialist working in VMware’s Technical Support University. Francis trains VMware’s technical staff on all things storage. VMware vSAN has been one of Francis’s passions since it was firstreleased. Francis holds VCP 4, 5, 6 AND VCAP-DCA certifications.