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Hands-on Labs: Test-drive Login VSI and Login PI

Hands-on Labs: Test-drive Login VSI and Login PI

I often get asked if there is a way to evaluate Login VSI or Login PI without actually installing and configuring it in someone’s own virtualized desktop environment. I hear two reasons why people want to bypass this. The first is that company policy prohibits installing trial software in their production environment. The second reason I hear is some do not have sufficient space for a few additional VMs in their lab or at home.

Great news for those looking for alternative ways to evaluate our products. I’m happy to introduce the new Hands-on Labs for Login PI and Login VSI. As part of the lab we will provision an environment on the spot that you can log on to via your browser. It’s really easy.

Not only do we provision the machines, training materials are available to guide you through the installation and configuration process step by step. The full lab experience will take you approximately 60 minutes.

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The Hands-on Lab provides step-by-step instructions to install and configure our software

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The Login VSI Management Console in the Hands-on Lab

This hands-on environment helps you to get a feel for what our software can do for you and if you like what you see, you can always continue with a Login VSI or Login PI trial within your own environment.

How to access the Hands-on lab?

Simply request access here and choose which product you would like to test drive. If you have any feedback or requests regarding this new functionality, feel free to let me know. Happy testing! :-)

About the author

Mark Plettenberg (@markplettenberg) is a product manager of Login VSI and has played a critical role in the development and growth of Login VSI. Ask Mark about motorcycle mechanics and breaking/repairing anything and everything that has a power plug.


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