VMware Hands-On Lab (HOL) by Dave Rollins
Today we are releasing the reaming network and Cloud Native Apps labs in 2017 Hands-on Labs catalog. While we have already released the HOL-1703 and HOL-1725 series of NSX based content, today’s labs focus on VMware Integrated OpenStack and Partner solutions from Check Point and Trend Micro.
These also contain our first vertical solutions for Healthcare and the Teclo industry. HOL-1741-USE-1 shows a use case on how Horizon, NSX and Trend Micro can help secure and protect the healthcare environment, but in practice, these solutions can be applied to any industry.
The VMware Network Functions Virtualization lab (HOL-1786-HBD-1) covers how communication service providers can virtualize network service functions to reduce CapEx and OpEx, while improving service agility.
As an added bonus, we are releasing the much anticipated Cloud Native Apps labs today. These where slated to be released later this week, but with the announcement at VMworld Europe of updates to the Photon Platform, we have received a number of requests for their release! Along with the Photon Platform lab, we are also releasing the vSphere Integrated Containers lab.
Here are the links to the labs we have for you today. You can click on the Lab SKU link to be taken directly to the lab entry and start taking the lab. Also, you can download any of the lab manuals from the Hands-on Labs Document site.
|LAB SKU||DESCRIPTION||ARCHIVED 2016 LAB|
|HOL-1720-SDC-1||VMware Integrated OpenStack (VIO) with vSphere and NSX||HOL-SDC-1620|
|HOL-1724-SDC-1||Advanced SDDC Security with Check Point vSEC and NSX||N/A|
|HOL-1730-USE-1||vSphere Integrated Containers||HOL-SDC-1630|
|HOL-1730-USE-2||Cloud Native Apps With Photon Platform||HOL-SDC-1630|
|HOL-1741-USE-1||Horizon and NSX/Trend Micro: Use Cases to Secure and Protect Healthcare||HOL-MBL-1661|
|HOL-1786-USE-1||vCloud Network Functions Virtualization||N/A|
If you attended VMworld, you may have noticed some Hands-on Labs staff wearing the Yellow (banana) shirts. They were focused on assisting attendees with NSX and networking questions and are also affectionately known as “Tina’s Minions”! Hi Keith!