TrainSignal has done it! They’ve launched their all new unlimited video training solution where you can get every VMware video training course I’ve ever created, along with all the other excellent VMware, Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA, and even Office video training that TrainSignal offers. With almost 200 courses for the flat monthly rate of $49 (with a free 3-day trial), it’s an amazing value. Also included is their all new offline player so that you can download courses and watch them while disconnected from the web – on a plane, train, or at the park. Additionally, their new training portal includes certification practice test for exams like the VCP5.
Some of the VMware-related courses that are included are:
- vSphere 5 by David Davis and Elias Khnaser
- vCenter Operations Manager by Jason Nash
- Designing VMware Infrastructure by Scott Lowe
- Advanced vSphere Networking
- View 5
- SRM 5
- vSphere Troubleshooting, Performance, Security, and PowerCLI
- vCloud Director Essentials
- vCloud Director Organizations
- and more! (yes even my Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V course and our Citrix XenServer course)
Plus, what is really cool to me is, as long as you have your subscription, any new course that any of the instructors created is automatically added to your training library. That means that you don’t have to pay roughly $300 for new courses and when we release the new courses we are working on now — like vSphere 5.1 New Features, vCloud Director 5.1, VCAP-DCA5 — all included.
Once inside the training portal, you’ll find that the user interface is simply beautiful (it’s been described as “sexy”). It shows you what lessons you have watched, remembers where you left off, allows you to bookmark lessons, and lesson indexes allow you to quickly skip to the topic in the lesson you want to see to learn how to do a particular task. (and yes, it’s iPad compatible!)
As I mentioned, not only do you get video training but also certification practice exams like the VCP5 exam screenshot you see below.
We are rapidly adding more and more subscribers and you can’t go wrong with the free 3 day trial. I hope you will check out the all new TrainSignal at–