We’re big fans of labbing it up. After all, getting hands-on experience is the best way to learn. In his recent webinar, Chuck Keith shared how to build a home lab that can help hone your Cisco Collaboration skills.
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.
This week, we explored the home labs you need to get the (virtual or physical) hands-on experience you need to truly elevate your training and IT career. We provided tips and tricks and even guided you through a little home shopping, IT pro style.
We may not have rotating stages filled with items priced to sell, but we do offer some guidance on where you can buy the gear you want and need to build a home lab all your buddies in IT will drool over. Knowing is half the battle. So, get in the know!
Master Microsoft products and technologies in your very own home lab! Delve into the tips, tricks, and gear you need to design a Microsoft home lab that will help you hone your skills and advance your IT career.
Ah, the world of virtualization. It’s a fun place to dabble, but be sure you’re not dabbling in your live production environment! This is your chance to get some tips for putting together a VMware home lab that will help you develop the skills you need to move your IT career forward.
What’s better: A home lab or a virtual lab? We dig into the pros and cons of the home labs and virtual labs IT pros use to enhance their skills, practice what they learn, and prepare for certification exams. Weigh in on the debate about this valuable IT experience!
There’s no substitute for hands-on experience in the world of IT. As you’re looking to advance your IT career, it’s always a good idea to have a home lab where you can practice your skills, break things (and figure out how to fix them!), and even prepare for your certification success along the way. Explore these step-by-step instructions for building your Cisco home lab.
Earning a Cisco Collaboration certification demands hands-on experience. Building a home lab to get the practice you need is critical for your success. We walk you through the hardware and best practices to developing a home lab that will set you up to achieve your certification goals!
Cisco home labs don’t have to be expensive; you just need to know what to buy and where you can be thrifty. We explore some of the best, most cost-effective gear you’ll need to build a great CCNA Collaboration home lab setup to help you get the hands-on experience you need.