Find out how to improve your Citrix-specific server virtualisation knowledge with these comprehensive training courses.
Training classes include server and desktop virtualisation in XenServer, XenApp and XenDesktop areas. For more Citrix virtualisation training courses, see virtualisation course listings from ArrowECS.
Title: Implementing Citrix XenServer Enterprise Edition 5.0
Description: Gain an in-depth understanding of how to install and configure a virtualised server in this training course. Learn how to create and manage virtual machine (VM) lifecycle operations, as well as how to use advanced features like XenMotion and automatic VM placement.
Provider: Contact QA
Locations: Contact QA
Find more information on this Citrix XenServer course.
Title: Citrix XenDesktop 5 Administration
Description: This course provides the foundation necessary for administrators to effectively centralise and manage desktops in the data centre and deliver them as a service to users anywhere using Citrix XenDesktop 5. Students will learn how to select a desktop delivery model for each user group based on their needs, build proof-of-concept and production XenDesktop environments, assign virtual desktops to users and customise the user experience through policies and more.
Provider: ArrowECS, QA, Global Knowledge
Locations: London: 28 February, 21 March, 28 March, 11 April. Manchester: 11 April
Find more information on this Citrix XenDesktop course.
Title: Implementing Citrix XenApp for Windows Server 2008
Description: This virtualisation training course delves into the fundamentals of administering Citrix XenApp and its components, including Web Interface, Load Manager, Secure Gateway and more. Get hands-on experience in installing its tools and plug-ins, as well as mastering the related administrative consoles.
Locations: London: 7 and 28 February, 4 and 11 April. Manchester: 28 March. Birmingham: 7 February. Wokingham, Berkshire: 7 February. Glasgow: 21 February. Wakefield: 7 March
Find more information on this Citrix XenApp course.
This was first published in September 2010