Introducing SentryOne Certified Training
September is a big month for our end users! Last week, we announced our new, amazing documentation website, and today I'm happy to announce the official launch of our SentryOne Certified Training program.
Most of our new customers who have onboarded since the beginning of the year should have received 2 Minute Tuesday videos in their inbox each Tuesday (obviously). The easy-to-digest 2 Minute Tuesday videos briefly introduce you to the functionality of our products. For the past several months, we've also been building longer, more detailed videos and organizing them in a course format that we're calling SentryOne Certified Training.
You can create an account and enroll in a SentryOne training course very easily. We made each session short enough to consume during the rare free time that any data professional might have in their day. We also added review questions to help ensure that you understand the content that is being delivered, and as you complete the different product sessions, you will earn badges. But wait, there's more—when you finish the lessons, you'll receive a certificate of completion.
For those of you who don't want to go through the entire course, you can view any of the training videos individually here. We currently have coursework for SQL Sentry, Win Sentry, and V Sentry, with BI Sentry training sessions coming very soon. Within the next month or so, we'll have training for all of our core products. We're also working hard to ensure that the training remains up-to-date as our products evolve.
In the following video, I take you on a brief tour of the SentryOne Certified Training site.
Lori (@loriedwards) has been with SentryOne since 2013, and has recently transitioned from her role as Senior Solutions Engineer to Training Manager. She is responsible for all learning strategy and architecture, including building, executing, measuring, and evaluating training for SentryOne. Lori is also currently serving as a Director at Large for PASS. Lori shares tips and tidbits for DBAs picked up over years of working as a DBA, as well as stories about her job here. Whether you are a new DBA who wants to learn or someone interested in learning about what it is like to work for SentryOne, be sure to check out Lori’s blog.