VMware ESX Server Training Video Series by David Davis

by David Davis on January 1, 2008

I am excited to say that my VMware ESX Server video training course is officially available! After creating the popular Microsoft Virtualization and VMware Server & Workstation video series, I have just finished VMware ESX Server. ESX Server is VMware’s Enterprise grade, high-end virtualization product and it is in use by so many companies today.

To create this video training, I spent 3 months researching VMware ESX Server and the Virtual Infrastructure Suite. I made every effort cover the VMware ESX Server applications from all aspects including designing, installing, creating virtual machines, virtual networks, SAN storage, VCB backups, and performance tuning.

  • 15+ Hours of instructor led Video training covering VMware ESX Server that you can watch over and over again.
  • Master VMware ESX Server and save yourself time and your company money!
  • Coverage includes VMware ESX Server configuration, VMware Virtual Infrastructure, VMware Virtual Center, and so much more

Visit the Train Signal website using the link below to see the demo!


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anthony 04.28.09 at 8:03 am

when r u have a new video out on vmware 4? thanks

David Davis 04.28.09 at 9:39 am

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sammy tesfai 10.11.10 at 11:52 pm

Hi David,

By the way first things first – I really enjoyed your ESX video trainings. Do you by any chance have video training for HP VLS (virtual liabrary system) along with MSA2000 or similar that I can buy from you. if not can you direct me where I can buy it from

Best Regards,

David Davis 10.12.10 at 2:11 am

Hi Sammy,
Thanks for your question & complements!
I’m sorry, I don’t have any training on HP VLS but will certainly consider it for the future.
Have a great day,

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