Windows Software Trace Analysis Training

This is the first initiative for the year of software trace analysis: the first and unique software trace and log analysis training based entirely on patterns of software behavior. No longer you will be frustrated when opening a software trace with millions of messages from hundreds of software components, threads and processes.

Memory Dump Analysis Services (DumpAnalysis.com) organizes a training course:

Learn how to efficiently and effectively analyze software traces and logs from complex software environments. Covered popular software logs and trace formats from Microsoft and Citrix products and tools including Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) and Citrix Common Diagnostics Format (CDF). Learn how to use pioneering and innovative pattern-driven software problem behavior analysis to troubleshoot and debug software incidents.

If your are registered you are allowed to optionally submit your software traces and logs before the training. This will allow us in addition to the carefully constructed problems tailor additional examples to the needs of the attendees.

The training consists of 2 two-hour sessions and additional homework exercises. When you finish the training you additionally get:

  1. A full transcript in PDF format (retail price $200)
  2. 6 volumes of Memory Dump Analysis Anthology in PDF format (retail price $120)
  3. A personalized attendance certificate with unique CID (PDF format)
  4. Free Dump Analysis World Network membership including updates to full PDF transcript Q&A section

Prerequisites: Basic Windows troubleshooting.

Audience: Software technical support and escalation engineers, software maintenance engineers, system administrators.

Session 1: October 12, 2012 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM BST
Session 2: October 15, 2012 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM BST

Price: 210 USD

Space is limited.
Reserve your remote training seat now at:
https://student.gototraining.com/r/5287623225237732608

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