“The IMS gives course developers powerful tools for updating labs in a self-serve model,” said Guy Hummel, Hatsize CEO.
Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) August 26, 2015
Software course developers often need their lab provider to manually save master image updates and choose the correct version when running classes. Hatsize, the leader in global training labs for software products, has released a new self-serve image management system (IMS), allowing course developers to control the entire process without requiring any intervention from their lab provider.
“The IMS gives course developers powerful tools for updating labs in a self-serve model,” said Guy Hummel, Hatsize CEO. “Version control allows them to experiment and test variations before putting their updates into production. The images are then auto-synced to our data centers around the world, with the process being trackable from the start, similar to how you would track a package being delivered.”
Using HTML5 technology, no browser plugins are required, making the solution platform independent. The auto StateSave® feature ensures no work is ever lost. This easy-to-use system gives course developers both freedom and time savings.
Find out more about the self-serve IMS at http://hatsize.com/product/demo-video/#ims.
Hatsize is the leading global provider of cloud-based training labs for software products. As a cloud service, Hatsize has successfully delivered over 2 million hours of hands-on training sessions for some of the world’s fastest growing technology and training organizations including Symantec, New Horizons, and MicroTek.