Zerto today announces that it is opening its myZerto Labs Program to all users. They can gain practical experience with Zerto’s IT Resilience Platform at their own pace in special training laboratories. In this way, users can explore the possibilities of the platform without having to set up their own infrastructure.
The myZerto Labs Program has existed as a pilot program since 2018, but now goes live worldwide as a 24/7 virtual training program. The training laboratories have also been improved in response to feedback from participants in the pilot. The beta program provided Zerto’s partners and existing and potential customers with access to training labs that allowed them to gain hands-on experience. These laboratories are now accessible to the entire Zerto community. The offer includes step-by-step training that users can follow at their own pace.
Three training laboratories
The myZerto Labs Program includes three training labs that are available through the myZerto portal. These are:
- Introduction level: This training is aimed at users who want to start working with Zerto for the first time. The focus is on installation and initial configuration in a VMware vSphere environment. Users can experience for themselves what it’s like to work with Zerto’s IT Resilience Platform.
- Average level: This training continues where the introduction training ends. Users are introduced to the advanced settings of the platform and all major recovery procedures. The training also gives them the opportunity to discover additional features within Zerto on VMware vSphere.
- Advanced level: This laboratory includes practical training on the use of PowerShell and REST APIs to automate common tasks, such as the installation of VRAs and the creation of VPGs. Users can practice editing existing scripts and writing new ones, such as a script to automate a fail-over test.
Rob Strechay, senior vice president of Product at Zerto, states in a statement that partners from all over the world have used the training labs. They had positive experiences with this, which means that the laboratories are made available to everyone. This is a perfect way to communicate with them, show them the possibilities of the IT Resilience Platform and encourage them to see how it would work in their environment. Ensuring the most seamless and easy-to-use implementation of Zerto is one of our top priorities, and these training labs are helping.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.