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Video killed the podcast star: New PowerCLI training from TrainSignal!

trainsignalMany of you are familiar with Hal Rottenberg, who is the co-host of the PowerScripting Podcast along with Jon Walz. Hal’s resource is a great resource for anyone learning or using Windows PowerShell. You may also recall that Hal is the guy who wrote the “PowerCLI Bible”, Managing VMware Infrastructure with Windows PowerShell.

Well Hal’s been hard at work again this time producing some great PowerCLI content for TrainSignal in their newest video training series, vSphere Pro Series Volume 1.

vSphere Pro Series Volume 1 doesn’t just cover PowerCLI, in fact it covers:

  • VMware View
  • VMware ThinApp
  • Cisco Nexus 1000v
  • And of course PowerCLI.

For you PowerCLI fans out there here’s what to expect in Hal’s PowerCLI training:

  1. Introduction to PowerCLI
  2. PowerShell Basics
  3. PowerCLI Concepts – Parts 1 and 2
  4. PowerCLI in the Real World
  5. PowerCLI Cmdlet Deep Dives

We’re finding that the admins who know PowerCLI really well are the rock stars of their team because through their script-writing kung fu they save their team mates tons of time and can easily come up with solutions to most any crisis. These videos will put you directly on the path to PowerCLI mastery.

As a big bonus, those of you who were paying attention at VMworld 2009 will also remember that VMware View is soon going to introduce its own set of PowerShell functionality, so if you’re a View expert there’s no better way to get ready for the new power and flexibility you’re soon going to have.

So be sure to visit TrainSignal and check out Pro Series Volume 1 today!

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