Veeam Featured Webinar Book Titles expanded!

You may see the Tweets I’ve been sending about out the Veeam featured webinars. The featured webinars are slightly different than the product demos that we do much more regularly. The goal of the featured webinar is to provide more detail on a specific topic as well as some general thought leadership topics that applies to virtualization in general. For example, we had a recent webinar on best practices for virtualizing Active Directory Domain Controllers. Just virtualizing them, yes we back them up; but we want you to be equipped on how to virtualize them as well. That one was done by MS MVP Greg Shields and will soon be up on the replay site.



The featured webinars also issue books to the winners, usually 10 per live webinar. We have historically only offered print books, but now we offer eBook titles on Kindle. Without further adieu, here are the books we are now offering:


The titles are listed below:

NEW! [KINDLE ONLY]           vSphere 5 Clustering technical deepdive: Frank Denneman and Duncan Epping.

 [KINDLE ONLY]                  VMware ESX and ESXi in the Enterprise: Planning Deployment of Virtualization Servers (2nd Edition) – Edward Haletky

 [KINDLE ONLY]                  Maximum vSphere: Tips, How-Tos, and Best Practices for Working with VMware vSphere 4 – Eric Siebert, Simon Seagrave

 [KINDLE OR PRINT]          VMware HA and DRS technical deepdive – Frank Denneman and Duncan Epping

 [KINDLE ONLY]                  VMware vSphere Design – Scott Lowe, Maish Saidel-Keesing, Forbes Guthrie

 [KINDLE OR PRINT]          Time Management for System Administrators – Thomas Limoncelli

 [KINDLE ONLY]                  VMware vSphere 4 Administration Instant Reference – Scott Lowe, Jason W. McCarty, Matthew K. Johnson

 [KINDLE ONLY]                  Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Unleashed – Rand Morimoto and Jeff Guillet

 [PRINT ONLY]                    System Center Operations Manager 2007 Unleashed – Kerrie Meyler, Cameron Fuller, John Joyner, Andy Dominey

You may ask why are some print only or kindle only? We need to keep the cost per winner at a certain point; and some of the books we have a lot of them on site.

I hope to see you in a future Veeam featured webinar!


One response to this post.

  1. […] I’ve been surveying the virtualization book landscape for work, and there are three titles that I consider standouts: […]


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