VMworld Sessions & Labs Opened for Public Access

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Tony Dunn and the rest of the VMworld.com team have opened up a number of breakout sessions and labs from VMworld Europe 2009 and VMworld 2008 for public access.  That’s right, you can now gain access to a number of sessions and labs for FREE!  Check it out right now, go log into your VMworld.com account.

VMworld Europe 2009:

AP07 – Virtualized Oracle Database Server Performance and Best Practices

DC07 – What’s New in vCenter Server

DC14 – Overview of 2009 VMware datacenter products

DC15 – Hypervisor Competitive Differences: Beyond the Data Sheet

DC26 – vStorage – Storage integration for the VDC-OS

TA12 – Introducing VMware Converter 4.0: What’s New and Different

TA15 – Protecting your vCenter Server with Server Heartbeat

TA17 – End-to-End Disaster Recovery Approach with Automated SRM Failback

TA20 – Cisco Nexus 1000V Technical Preview

VMworld 2008:

AD2764 – Managing VMware with PowerShell

BC2215 – Top Tips for VMware Consolidated Backup

BC3141 – Understanding Options for Virtualized Disaster Recovery

EA2244 – Virtualizing SQL Server Using VMware Infrastructure

EA2263 – Deploying Exchange 2007 on VMware Infrastructure 3

EA2347 – Citrix Presentation Server Virtualization in VI3 – Best Practices

EA2538 – Using IBM WebSphere Family Products with VMware

EA2672 – VMware is the Best Platform for Java Workloads

PO1323 – Best Practices for Virtualizing Active Directory

PO1520 – Managing VMware ESXi in the Datacenter

PO2061 – VMware VirtualCenter 2.5 Database Best Practices

PO1944 – Architecting and Managing your Storage Effectively with Virtual Infrastructure

PO2218 – Everyday Usage of the RCLI

PO2841 – Virtualization – The Big Picture

TA1401 – Understanding Host and Guest Memory Usage and Other Memory Management Concepts

TA1405 – VMotion Technical Deep Dive

TA1440 – ESXtop for Advanced Users

TA2213 – VMware Infrastructure 3 Storage: iSCSI Implementation and Best Practices

TA2375 – Intepreting Performance Statistics in VI3

TA2550 – ESX Server Best Practices for Performance

TA2554 – VI Networking: Advanced Configurations and Troubleshooting

TA2668 – VMware ESX Architectural Directions

TA2920 – Overview of VMware Product Directions

TA3807 – VirtualCenter Directions

VD3261 – VDI versus Terminal Services

VI2389 – Licensing for a Virtual World

VI2940 – VMware ESXi: The Easiest Way to Get Started

VI2715 – Making the Case: Selling Virtualization When ROI isn’t Enough

LAB05 – VMware Infrastructure – Security Hardening & Best Practices (VMware VirtualCenter/ESX/ESXi)

LAB09 – Scripting VMware Infrastructure: Automating, Integrating, and Extending VI