Paul McSharry’s Elastic Sky Challenge – Hands on Lab

Posted on 30/01/2018 by blogsadmin
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Do you have what it takes to configure a Software Defined Data Center on your first day in the job? Take on the Elastic Sky Challenge and enter the competition to win a GoPro.

In this Hands-on Lab experience, created by Paul McSharry, you will take on the role of an IT Practitioner faced with the task of configuring Electric Sky’s infrastructure to support vSAN and NSX. Sound like a breeze? Give it a go in the Elastic Sky Challenge.

Hands-on Labs are a great way to test drive VMware products without installation. So, whether you’re a novice or an expert you can challenge your skills in this immersive lab and be in with the chance of bagging yourself a brand-new GoPro!

To enter the GoPro competition, take the challenge and comment on your experience of Paul McSharry’s Hands-on Lab on the VMware community page. The competition closes on 16th March 2018, so get involved now and a winner will be announced on 19th March 2018. Good luck!

You can also check out Paul’s blog here – it might even help you conquer the challenge.


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