Free download – PDF poster detailing the labs available.
In think that the announcement bellow will not leave any VMware Fan or IT admin indifferent. Finally Hands On Labs will be available online. As for now, you have the possibility to register for the public beta, where you’ll be able to test different labs through the web interface. You’ll get notified as for the real availability – when ready.
Another exciting news, especially for for people that did not had the chance to attend VMworld 2012 in San Francisco. There is a Free PDF Poster for download available from the HOL website: hol.vmware.com
You’ll have the possibility to register for the public beta, and download the poster as well. The poster is planned to be converted to smaller format, so anyone can print it at home.
Here is the announce:
To all fans of the VMware Hands-on Labs
At VMworld 2012 we announced that the Hands-on Labs experience will soon be available online. Today we are taking the first step toward making this a reality. I am excited to let you know that registration is now open and you may add your name to the interest list here:
This interest list will help us to anticipate demand for the new HOL Online portal so that we can provide you with a consistent, high quality user experience. When the public beta opens, we will begin to add users from the interest list. We are counting on you to take lots of labs, exercise the portal interface and provide quality feedback.
Free Hands On Lab Poster
36 lab topics totaling more than 5,000 pages, 180,000 words and 2,000 minutes of lab time. An XML-based system has been created to manage this extensive content catalog and handle publishing to multiple end points.
The Hands-on Labs Content Management Engine (HOL-CME) is diagrammed above so that you can see how open technologies such as XML, XHTML, XSLT and XSL-FO work together to simplify the content authoring and publishing process.