CBT Nuggets trainer Anthony Sequeira released his new AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate course, providing learners with the skills and knowledge needed for the popular AWS certification. Anthony developed his new course using hands-on practice, taking advantage of the AWS Free Tier, giving learners the opportunity to develop the experience they need for success. We talked with Anthony about his new course and what you can expect from his training.
We recently released Keith Barker’s vSphere 6.5 course and invited him to share how you can get hands-on with the latest version of VMware’s signature tech by building your very own vSphere 6.5 home lab.
CBT Nuggets offers guidance to learners pursuing VMware’s new vSphere 6.5 (VCP6.5-DCV) certification, including next certification steps, career considerations, and more. This certification validates the skills and knowledge needed to implement, manage, and troubleshoot a vSphere 6.5 infrastructure.
Virtualization is one of those must-have skills in IT today, especially with the rise of the cloud. Whether you are new to virtualization or want to level up your existing skills, here are four certifications that can help you become an in-demand virtualization pro.
vSphere 6.5 is here and CBT Nuggets trainer Keith Barker just released his VMware vSphere 6.5 (VCP6.5-DCV) course. So it’s the perfect time to get up-to-date on the latest version of vSphere and how it’s different from its predecessor.
This week, we explored all the reasons SysAdmins should love Microsoft Windows Server 2016, including its growth into a virtualization beast, its embrace of Linux and open source, the infatuation-inducing details of Nano Server, and even some certification considerations for your continuing education.
Since Microsoft launched Windows Server 2016 last year, Nano Server has captured the imagination (and maybe even the undying love) of many a SysAdmin. From its smaller installation footprint to fewer updates and reboots, we explore three reasons to love Microsoft’s Nano Server.
Microsoft Windows Server 2016 has a newfound affection for open source, and particularly, Linux. Combining admin tools with new cutting-edge features, this operating system is truly a beast for admins. We dig into the details of how Server 2016 is aligning with the Linux and open source ecosystem — and what it all means for your career and training.
It’s alive! It’s ALIVE!! Microsoft Windows Server 2016 stormed the market in October 2016, and by now many SysAdmins realize the pros and cons of the product. Server 2016 came to life cobbling together everything from virtualization hypervisor to a cloud application container, and a high-performance storage platform to a hardened security platform, making it the beast that it is today.
It’s the big day! We sat down and chatted with our favorite triathlete, Evan Pardi, and asked him for some test day tricks that will help you get through the momentous task at hand. Find out how Evan psyches himself up to get into race day mode, so you can do the same.