mrobertson8180
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Book/Training Recommendation

I'm very new to virtualization and vmware.  I currently manage a vmware environment that i did not configure (trial by fire).  I have been tasked to replace the hardware and move from FC to iscsi.

Since i've never built a vmware environment from scratch, can anyone recommend good books to read that start at the basic level.  I mean, i need like a vmware for dummies book.

Thanks

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DavidKlee
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You bet! The best book to get started is Scott Lowe's book called Mastering vSphere 5. I'd consider it the 101-201 level. It will get you going, and after that ping me back here and I'll get you a few more books that can hit the 300 and 400 levels.

http://www.amazon.com/Mastering-VMware-vSphere-Scott-Lowe/dp/0470890800/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=13541...

David Klee | Founder and Chief Architect | Heraflux Technologies | dklee@heraflux.com
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