Session hosted and recorded on Thursday, April 8

Category: LOD | Lab Developers


It is often a good idea to reuse or copy lab content, such as virtual machines between modules or chapters of your labs. In this session, we will take a look at simple solutions to sticky situations. We will address how to reuse lab configurations both in a development and production environment and get the best practices on when to clone content and when to use some of the other features available.

Key Takeaways

1. Learn how easy it is to self-service your lab environments and reuse content
2. Critically examine your lab content to determine when to use what type of Save As setting
3. Determine how best to move content from development to production environments

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Brian Bork is a Technical Content and Event Manager at Learn on Demand Systems.  Brian became an MCT in 1999. He has taught Microsoft, UNIX, Linux, HTML/PHP and IIS technologies all over the world. Still certified as an MCT, Brian now teaches educational soft-skills about remote/virtual/online delivery technologies.