Training savings still online
September 1, 2006
Hewlett-Packard continues to give its 3000 customers some breaks on the fundamentals of migration. A few weeks ago the company's Alvina Nishimoto reminded managers who were listening in on the SIG-Migrate Webcast that free training is still available to customers bound for HP-UX.
A special password makes as much as $2,000 of online training free. HP began the online fundamentals classes for migrating HP 3000 sites back in 2003. As an example, there's HP-UX from an MPE perspective, network usage and configuration. HP's description:
An online, self-paced course is intended to provide a linkage between the MPE and HP-UX networking computing environments as approached from an MPE perspective.
Price $379, unless you've got the coupon code: ENT96SN02. Look for the pop-up box in the registration pages that says you've got a coupon.
Have a look at the free training available at www.education.hp.com/curr-mpe-e3000.htm. It's worthwhile, self-paced time spent learning a target environment. Hard to beat the value, too, according to our review in 2003.