Older automation hardware along with its software is difficult to support with newer computers. However, Microsoft Windows versions that have been discontinued can still be run on a computer that simulates an older computer. Join us in this half day seminar as we discuss what virtualization is & how you can use it as a tool to support old automation hardware.
Learn how to build a virtual machine image with a hands-on lab and software licensing best practices. Bring your own laptop and install your first virtual machine as we walk you through the process.
Recommended minimum Laptop specifications:
CPU: Intel i5 gen 5 – 64-bit
OS: Windows 7, 10, server 2008 or later.
Storage: 500GB of available Hard Drive space
Virtual machines are an emulation of a computer system and require their own Windows Operating System licensing. Note: Windows licensing not included.
Class tuition includes a license of VMWare Workstation Pro 15 and useful peripheral devices to help you get started. Peripheral devices include a USB-to-Ethernet & USB-to-Serial adapter.