There will be new tools added to the presentation that weren't even seen in VEGAS! So come catch the most updated presentation!
Didn't make it to VMworld in Vegas? Bummed you won't be seeing #CIM1940 in Copenhagen? No problem! David Davis and I have been graciously invited by Xangati to do a world-wide webinar on October 26th! This webinar will be an encore presentation of #CIM1940; The Top 10 Free Tools for vSphere in 2011! This is your chance to watch one of the highest rated sessions from VMworld 2010 and to see everything that was new in 2011. If you weren't able to make it to our session in Vegas, then this is your chance to watch it and see what you missed.
If you happened to catch our session at VMworld, you would know that we don't just show 10 tools, it's probably closer to 30. We give credit where credit is due for all the members of the VMware Community that dedicate time and effort into producing all these free tools. This session appeals to every person who has an interest in vSphere. We will talk about some of the free tools that beginners and novices can use that are easy out-the-box solutions and we will discuss some of the tools that require a bit of CLI work that appeal to those experts out there. We scoured hidden corners of the web to bring you the greatest content available. So come one and all to see the "greatest webinar on earth"!
I can guarantee that you will come back armed with more knowledge than you expected because this isn't a single product pitch, heck, it's not a product pitch at all. This is a webinar focused on giving vSphere admins what they want, knowledge to overcome obstacles in every day situations.
Here are some of the responses we received from our session in Vegas at VMworld 2011:
- "Best little gems, can't wait to try them out!"
- "Even better than last year, best session for the whole week"
- "One of the best presentations I attended. Had actual usable content instead of a sales pitch."
- "One of the best sessions I attended"
We have to thank Xangati for sponsoring this WebEx because it wouldn't be possible without them. So show them some love too.
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