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    Over the summer we virtualised our servers using vmware / vSphere

    The powers that be are happy to foot the bill for me to go on a vSphere training course, I was booked on a four day course starting next Tuesday. The company running it let me know yesterday afternoon that they have changed the dates and it's been put forward by a few months.

    Does anyone know, anyone have any experience, or anyone able to recommend any companies that run vSphere training?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkest_star View Post
    Thanks for that, I'll check them out.

    How did you find their vSphere course? Did it meet your requirements?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CapnPugwash View Post
    Thanks for that, I'll check them out.

    How did you find their vSphere course? Did it meet your requirements?
    Hi

    The instructor really know his stuff and whilst we followed the course booket we went a lot further in dept into real time senarios rather than just follow the exam book page for page which I found much more useful so in all a good course.

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    QA courses are really good. They can be a bit more expensive than others but they're worth the extra cost (if any). As @darkest_star says the instructors know their stuff, and you can discuss real world scenarios.
    I did their Powershell course and the instructor even helped me with a script i had been tasked with writing (the main reason for the course). Took me a few days when i got back from the course to finish it but the help they gave me was brilliant

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