For Tableau Conference Europe’s first-ever hosted hands-on training labs, Tableau is using Learn on Demand Systems’ new Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Slice features within the Lab on Demand (LOD) event environment. Tableau is the first company to do that.
If you’re a windows person, you probably don’t think much about Linux. The reality is that in the data center, Linux accounts for somewhere between 65% and 80% of all server deployments and growing.
In the past, virtualization was a necessity for matching learning experiences across multiple students. However today, with the cloud as large as it is, students can achieve the same experiences with nothing more than a browser and a URL.
In the late 90s when IT was taught without the benefit of virtual machines, instructors and training center staff often spent long hours installing and configuring complex networks, preparing for the week’s coming classes on Windows, Linux or whatever the topic of the day was.
You no longer have to manually check-out a lab in order to edit the instructions. Our newly implemented Lab on Demand (LOD) feature automatically checks out a lab while you are editing instructions within the LOD interface.