We’re opening up registration for our new training courses today.Â In short: we are moving from two days to a new four-day format.Â The new additions are created by:
Our developer course has also undergone revision, and we now have more query tuning examples, and a new instrumentation chapter.
What is operations training?
Many companies split their technical staff between development, and operations.Â The operations team is responsible for tasks such as capacity planning, backup/disaster recovery, and carrying a pager. They are the heroes that fight fires.
Our operations day of training is delivered as a hands on class.Â Attendees will be divided into teams, and given a series of challenges to complete on EC2 machines.Â As part of the development of this course we wrote a sample LAMP application, embedded with minor flaws which students will need to fix while they try and keep the application up.
Where can you attend?
We’re starting off by branding the operations day as a ‘BETA’.Â You can attend for only $100 at San Francisco Thursday, 30 Sep 2010, New York Thursday, 14 Oct 2010 or Vancouver Thursday, 21 Oct 2010. There is also a discount of attending all four days for $1,450 if you book before 30 August.
After our initial BETA, the courses will be available in more USA and international locations. A partial list is already available on the training section of our website. We will confirm more cities in the coming weeks.
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