An advanced Nagios class, taught online by Mike Weber of CyberMontana Inc, has been scheduled for April 2011.
Trout Creek, MT March 18th, 2011 — CyberMontana Inc has announced the addition of an advanced Nagios class to the April training schedule.
Each student that takes the advanced Nagios training class will be provided access to a VMWare instance of Nagios that can be downloaded and used to test settings with the help of an instructor. The class includes 5 hours of instruction each week for 4 weeks with scheduled meetings between the students in the class and the instructor.
Some advantages of live training classes are the troubleshooting skills, collabortation and real-life scenarios that can only be practiced in a virtual classroom environment or on-site. This is especially important when taking on complex topics like the ones encoutered in the advanced Nagios class.
All of the Official Nagios training classes provide students with live instructor-led training for a total of 20 hours. Classes are guaranteed to run and are kept small to guarantee adequate support for each student.
Advanced Nagios Class $1495.00 (2 days a week 12 PM – 2:30 PM Eastern)
April 19, 21, 26, 28 May 3, 5, 10, 12
For additional information about official Nagios training classes or to see a preview, please visit http://BeginLinux.com.
BeginLinux.com is a division of CyberMontana Inc. which has been providing Linux training in the virtual classroom, on-site, and by creating Linux training materials for over 12 years. BeginLinux.com has made several adjustments to courseware over the years but continues to build Linux training packages with practical application in mind.
Mike Weber, director of public relations