Announcing the Release of the ‘Microsoft Virtualization for the VMware Professional – VDI” course to the Microsoft Virtual Academy

03Jun11

The Microsoft Virtual Academy team would like to announce the release of the Microsoft Virtualization for the VMware Professional – VDI course.

Centralizing desktops and client computers is an increasing important consideration for all IT departments as they begin to evaluate Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). Using VDI to consolidate maintenance activities reduces the time which end-users must spend on OS and application deployment, configuration, patching and compliance, while decreasing hardware costs through virtualized resource pooling and sharing.

The VDI course provides a deep-dive into VDI planning and solutions as the final section in the three track program covering Microsoft Virtualization. Learn about:-

  • When to use VDI.
  • Planning considerations.
  • Desktop models.
  • Windows 7 integration.
  • Application delivery.
  • User state virtualization
  • Comparisons to other technologies.

Also in this course you will explore how Microsoft’s v-Alliance partnership with Citrix strengthens and broadens the VDI offerings.

Upon completing this course you will be able to understand, plan and deploy the appropriate VDI solution for your business and also gain 47 MVA points towards your next level.

Sign in and take this course today!

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