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VMware Virtualization blogging from Mumbai: VMware VI3.5 training!

This is live blogging from Mumbai (Oh, BTW for my geographically challenged friends, it is in India :-)):

This week I am coordinating a training for our staff (12 VMware trainees) with HP India for VMware 3.5 Install and Configure. As you may have known the instal and configure training has the coolest new features called:

VUM (VMware Update Manager)
Storage VMotion
and lots more!!!


Why you need to follow VMware training?

- You get to take the hottest industry level standard certification program caled VCP (VMware Certified Professional)
- When you have a VCP, you can also apply for the VCDE, which will soon be available.

So go to the nearest educational institution and get your VMware training now!

P.S: And you can be anywhere in the world, you'd be surprised how fast and quick VMware can get you in the training program. Check out VMware's educational site here.

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