RESTON, VA (PRWEB) August 05, 2013
NterOne, a training and consulting company focusing on live online training, announced the launch of their exclusive FlexPod course, FlexPod For Data Center Systems Administration.
This 5-day instructor-led course covers the planning, design, and implementation of a FlexPod integrated platform that includes NetApp® unified storage systems, Cisco® Unified Computing System™ servers, Cisco UCS Director, Cisco Nexus® fabric, and the VMware® vSphere virtualization platform.
“NterOne will continue to focus on Data Center solutions as part of our core business.” said Anthony Hamilton, CEO of NterOne. “The success of FlexPod as a trusted multi-vendor platform creates unique training and enablement needs. By leveraging our own Data Center facilities, NterOne is in a great position to innovate and deliver highly customized training to meet the demands of organizations continuing to embrace virtualization.”
This exclusive course focuses on bringing all the relevant technologies together so that administrators can gain the adequate knowledge to fully support this multi-vendor solution. The development team at NterOne leveraged hands-on experience, and real-world knowledge to design and construct a class that combines both lecture and lab, delivered by a Certified Instructor.
NterOne is a global training and consulting company focusing on live online training, and consulting services for deployment of products that promote green initiatives. The company is headquartered in Reston, VA, but mainly operates virtually by allowing their employees to work out of their home office to reduce the company’s overall carbon footprint. NterOne is a Cisco Learning Partner, and a VMware Authorized Training Center, and operates their own Data Center in North Carolina. The company’s key technology focus areas are Virtualization, Data Center, Routing and Switching, Voice, Collaboration, Optical, Wireless, and Security.
For more information, please visit the corporate web site at http://www.NterOne.com.
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