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Fast lane complemented training offer with ‘ VMware view: desktop fast track’ (VIEWFT) Hamburg/Berlin, June 01, 2011 IT training in the fast lane with fast lane (www.flane.de): the authorized VMware training centers (VATC) has immediately the compressed course VMware view: desktop fast track (VIEWFT) in the portfolio. This training provides the participants essential knowledge around VMware view manager and view composer, VMware ThinApp. This seminar addressed primarily solution and system architects and administrators and IT managers. All graduates receive a voucher for the VMware certified associate 4 desktop (VCA-DT)-certification. “” “The new fast track course covers in concentrated form the essential content of the training VMware view: install, configure, manage” (VIEW), application virtualization using VMware ThinApp “(THIN) and VMware view: design best practices” (VVD). It is based on 4.5 view and ThinApp 4.5 and 4.6.

At the end of the course the graduates have extensive knowledge to the Functions, the design principles and the use of virtualization solution view. For more information see this site: Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. Thin app, the solution to the application virtualization, devoted another course section, which specifically handles virtualization of Windows applications and their packaging. In addition go fast lane coach on the course of action with regard to analysis and design of a view solution, based on a VMware vSphere infrastructure. Course content – installing and configuring view components – create and manage dedicated and not allocated desktop pools – deploying and managing of virtual linked clone desktops – configuring and managing desktops to run in local mode – describe how to configure secure access on desktops over a public network – using VMware ThinApp for the packaging of applications – the main components in the ThinApp infrastructure – modifying Package.ini parameters at a glance, to increase the diversity and complexity of irtualisierbaren applications – link application components as Microsoft.NET with several applications by using application link – update the applications deployed on server using application sync – troubleshooting VMware ThinApp packages – identify design goals, requirements, and constraints – identifying information, for design decisions required – detecting situations that best benefit practices – the recommended design process – analyzing design decisions – create a comprehensive view solution upcoming Hamburg 27.06 01.07.2011 Stuttgart 25.07 29.07.2011 Dusseldorf 05.09 09.09.2011 price: VAT 4.590,- For more information see course/vm-viewft. Fast lane brief portrait: is IT training and consulting in the field of high-end specialist fast lane group with headquarters in Berlin, Cary (NC), San Jose de Costa Rica, Ljubljana, St.

Petersburg and Tokyo. Fast lane is an independent and certified worldwide Cisco Learning solutions partner (CLSP), as well as the only worldwide learning partner for NetApp and has the world’s largest training laboratories of the two manufacturers. In addition, fast lane offers the original training from check point, Cisco IronPort, HP, Sun, Symantec, VMware and other manufacturers as well as own IT training, ITIL – and project management seminars. Multi-vendor services ranging from preliminary analyses and evaluations about the development of future-oriented solutions to the management of the project and to the implementation of the concepts in the company. Training-on-the-job and training of competent specialists in the customers core business areas connect the fast lane services training and consulting. More information: fast lane Institute for knowledge transfer GmbH gas 4 D-22761 Hamburg contact: Barbara Jansen Tel.

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