Training N3089

This week, and yes Sjef I’m late at posting it here on my blog, I’m giving the N3089 training again.

The are 3 students. I’m very curious to see how the student will find the training and if the get excited about Suse and Open Enterprise server.

So, Iris, Sjef and Maurice. If you read this, please leave a commend!

update 2008-08-15:

So, it’s the day after and I have read the evaluation. I’m quit pleased with the result. The averige is higher than a 8! It were 4 nice day’s. Thanks to Iris, Sjef and Maurice for there attention.

A Special thanks for Sjef, who has posted a comment every day!

About Michael
Michael Wilmsen is a VMware training/consultant (no specific order) with more than 15 years in the IT industry. Main focus is VMware vSphere, Horizon View and Site Recovery Manager with a deepdive to performance. Michael is VCDX 210, VCAP 4/5 certified, has been rewarded with the vExpert title from 2011, is a PernixPro, Nutanix Tech Champion and a Nutanix Platform Professional.

12 Comments to “Training N3089”

  1. By Sjef, August 11, 2008 @ 20:45

    While looking at fights of Deborah Gravenstijn I am thinking back at first day OES2 Linux, don’t panic she says, there is still a lot to learn.
    Silver is her Olympic result, we go for Novell Gould this week. With the help from a Brabant trainer we will manage.
    Linux for me is new but so far promissing. The VMWare ESX training from Ictivity I had earlier this year helps a lot in understanding the general and virtual side. More will follow.

  2. By Sjef, August 11, 2008 @ 20:45

    While looking at fights of Deborah Gravenstijn I am thinking back at first day OES2 Linux, don’t panic she says, there is still a lot to learn.
    Silver is her Olympic result, we go for Novell Gould this week. With the help from a Brabant trainer we will manage.
    Linux for me is new but so far promissing. The VMWare ESX training from Ictivity I had earlier this year helps a lot in understanding the general and virtual side. More will follow.

  3. By Sjef, August 12, 2008 @ 22:13

    Second day of this training: a lot about file systems etc. from my (limited) point of view, interesting but relation with daily practice??
    From another view, I must say: my Linux knowledge was limited before training, now I wonder why Windows is so accepted all over the world. Linux needs more positive signals and Windows users should be pointed out the (Linux) alternatives, as most of them already use it without knowing. Two days to go.

  4. By Sjef, August 12, 2008 @ 22:13

    Second day of this training: a lot about file systems etc. from my (limited) point of view, interesting but relation with daily practice??
    From another view, I must say: my Linux knowledge was limited before training, now I wonder why Windows is so accepted all over the world. Linux needs more positive signals and Windows users should be pointed out the (Linux) alternatives, as most of them already use it without knowing. Two days to go.

  5. By Sjef, August 13, 2008 @ 20:42

    Third day, more practical and OES2 on Linux installed.
    Students from different area’s follow this training in good pace. Michael does not have it too difficult to keep us interested. Paperwork and Novell training looks good. Tomorrow OES2 will be as interesting as today.

  6. By Sjef, August 13, 2008 @ 20:42

    Third day, more practical and OES2 on Linux installed.
    Students from different area’s follow this training in good pace. Michael does not have it too difficult to keep us interested. Paperwork and Novell training looks good. Tomorrow OES2 will be as interesting as today.

  7. By Sjef, August 14, 2008 @ 20:08

    On this last day we could complete the course 3089 version 2 from Novell. Manual and workbook look good and I hope that from next week on I can use Linux and OES2 knowledge. Early this morning I started already from my Hotel room the Backup Exec Remote agent for Linux which is running on one of our Sanko servers. Till now Michael was the only one we were depending on, probably I can help him now in some ways. Michael, Iris and Maurice: thank you for these learning days in good environment. Sjef

  8. By Sjef, August 14, 2008 @ 20:08

    On this last day we could complete the course 3089 version 2 from Novell. Manual and workbook look good and I hope that from next week on I can use Linux and OES2 knowledge. Early this morning I started already from my Hotel room the Backup Exec Remote agent for Linux which is running on one of our Sanko servers. Till now Michael was the only one we were depending on, probably I can help him now in some ways. Michael, Iris and Maurice: thank you for these learning days in good environment. Sjef

  9. By Maurice, August 15, 2008 @ 15:29

    It was a good training, enough time to be able to “play and get to know” suse and oes2. Michael has good knowledge of Linux and Netware services and it is a big plus that Michael has consultancy experience as well.

    I have to say that I like what I have seen so far from sles 10 and oes2. Yast makes it a little bit easer for the beginner in Suse Linux. But getting to know Linux commands is a proces that needs time and practice. But I made my first steps……and I am motivated to learn more.

    thanx Michael, and my fellow classmates !!

  10. By Maurice, August 15, 2008 @ 15:29

    It was a good training, enough time to be able to “play and get to know” suse and oes2. Michael has good knowledge of Linux and Netware services and it is a big plus that Michael has consultancy experience as well.

    I have to say that I like what I have seen so far from sles 10 and oes2. Yast makes it a little bit easer for the beginner in Suse Linux. But getting to know Linux commands is a proces that needs time and practice. But I made my first steps……and I am motivated to learn more.

    thanx Michael, and my fellow classmates !!

  11. By linux backup utility, November 23, 2010 @ 12:00

    Linux backups shouldn’t have to be a pain. A decent backup plan will work for months

  12. By linux backup utility, November 23, 2010 @ 12:00

    Linux backups shouldn’t have to be a pain. A decent backup plan will work for months

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