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VMTN: Ultimate Virtualization Resource Center




This recently polished VMTN section has several great resources. Look at it. It is complete with:
  • Discussion Forums: I drop by once in a while to see and sometimes am pulled by the alerts that I allow to send me an email , should there be something going on like a new post or direct response to my post.
  • Documentation*: I cannot stress enough. I read them from time to time. Check out all the update documents there. I will be preparing a course material for VMware Server for my international project and thus will be reading that manual really thorougly! But if you are preparing for a VCP exam then you will be spending a lot of time here and carrying the printed docs under your arms. Like I said, to know your stuff real good , this is a great starting point.
  • KB (Knowledge Base): Things and all other issues like time synchronisation on Linux Server (SMP VMs), disappearing vNICs on Windows hosts, etc c an all be found here. Very rich and helpful resource.
  • Discussion Forums: A very cool place to hang out. All the customers hang out here. I won't be surprised if this component is just added into the client-site's corporate site as a portlet. Very important to get your questions answered here and also help others pick up the strings and get going. Registration is free!
  • Technical Resources: A good place to get white Papers etc
  • Security Alerts: Equally important. Cannot stress enough.
  • Compatibility Guides: Very crucial to read before deploying VMware Solutions. Also crosscheck with your harfware vendor.
* Although Documentation Section is easy to reach but it would make some sense to have revised docs on that panel. They are there on the top left anyways.

So if you really want to test the products or know more about the VMTN , you ought to visit this page at least once a day.

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