Wednesday, August 19, 2009

VMware ESX Server study guide / Analyzing server virtualization data

August 19, 2009 Published by

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VMware ESX and ESXi Server management study guide

Being able to discuss the various VMware ESX Server versions with your customers can position you as their go-to solutions provider for their server virtualization needs. But without the right resources, learning about the various features in the different VMware ESX versions can prove to be challenging. This study guide covers key information that you should know as a VMware ESX expert. Take the quiz to get access to even more learning material, including tips, expert interviews and guides.

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