www.clusterhelp.com training has really taken off. When Rodney R. Fournier (I hate it that he uses that name for search indexing) and I started this endeavor, we figured it would take several months to get it off the ground. Thankfully, we were wrong. It is completely off the ground and doing extremely well.
This custom 4 day training class is very unique. The course covers clustering from the hardware level, to the operating system, to installation and configuration of the cluster service, and to installation and configuration of many applications. Microsoft and ClusterHelp.com best practices are used throughout the course.
There are 20 separate labs that can be selected and run according to student desires thus allowing each student to have a customized experience and also enjoy the dynamics of the classroom environment.
The labs are unique because:
- No lab partners are required
- Students can do many of the labs in any order they want
- Labs cover installation and configuration
- 5 Different File Sharing technologies
- Generic – Service, Script, and Application
- SQL 2000 & SQL 2005
- Exchange 2003
- Network Load Balancing (NLB)
To make the experience even more customized, students can install with Windows Server 2003 with or without SP1 or use Windows Server 2003 R2.
And, of course, your instructor will also be one of the courseware authors and a Windows Server – Cluster MVP.
Upcoming dates and locations include:
San Francisco Bay Area – May 8-12
New York – May 30 – June 2
Washington, DC – Aug 21-25