A while ago I mentioned that my friend Jose Maria Gonzalez had released a new vSphere 4 book in Spanish. Well, he was kind enough to send me a copy of this and I thought I would let everyone know a little more about it.
The book is loosely divided into 12 chapters (although chapter 4 was incognito on my copy – perhaps that’s secret 102), covering a full range of vSphere topics:
- 1. VCP4 certification
6. vCenter Server
7. Virtual Machines
9. Resource Management
10. Monitoring and Performance
11. High Availability
This compact guide is further broken down to exactly 101 topics across the chapters. It provides a good introduction to anyone new to vSphere, easy enough for novices to pickup and get stuck in. It concentrates on the GUI, with lots of appropriate screenshots and diagrams to supplement the text.
There are a smattering of handy little tips, spread throughout which will give the more seasoned VMware type a reason to read on. However this book is definitely focused at newcomers.
So, if you know any Spanish speaking IT professionals looking to venture into the vSphere world, this is a great introduction.
There’s never been a better time to brush up on your Spanish!