Instruqt redefines the virtual IT lab experience for a Windows app

Bring new capabilities to Instruqt creators to create hands-on product tours, demos, workshops, and training for their Windows-based applications.

The Instruqt platform places a strong emphasis on user experience design. As a result, our customers sell more, market and train better with Instruqt as the labs built on our platform increase engagement and knowledge retention. – Coert Baart, CEO of Instruqt.

Instruqt, the next generation IT Virtualization Lab platform for software certification, is pleased to announce that it has added native support for Windows virtual machines. Windows VMs will have feature parity with Linux-based hosts.

Instruqt-based labs are highly regarded for their clutter-free layout and fun design. In addition, the comprehensive environment ensures that instructions and related content are easy to discover and access in a simple interface.

Software companies use Instruqt to create hands-on product tours, demos, workshops and training to inspire and educate people about their technologies at scale. The Instruqt platform places a strong emphasis on user experience design. As a result, our customers sell more, market and train better with Instruqt as labs built on our platform increase engagement and knowledge retention,โ€ said Coert Baart, CEO of Instruqt.

With this release, creators on Instruqt can now:

  • Use Windows-based virtual machines in a lab environment Just add the Windows-based virtual machine to the sandbox configuration, just like Linux-based virtual machines. It is possible to combine Windows VMs with other sandbox resources.
  • Use PowerShell to write lifecycle scripts – Instruqt users can now create PowerShell-based lifecycle scripts that run directly on the Windows VM. This enables better integration with the Windows ecosystem and allows for easier ways to set up and verify sandbox environments.
  • Running PowerShell-based Terminals Terminal tabs now supports Windows hosts. Give users access to an interactive PowerShell session on Windows VMs.
  • Use the built-in file editor that supports Windows-based file systems – the editor provides users with an easy way to view and edit text files, such as log or configuration files.

To see an example of a Windows virtual desktop on Instruqt, check out this demo and watch this video to learn more.

For software companies, explaining the features and values โ€‹โ€‹of their products is critical to sales, marketing, and customer success. Nothing beats hands-on experience in the live environment of product adoption. Instruqt Labs has made the process more intuitive and attractive so revenue teams can reach a wider audience and remove barriers to adoption.

About Instruqt

Instruqt is a challenge-driven virtual IT lab platform. Making learning new technologies accessible, fun and effective is what drives us every day. We believe that learning by doing is the best way to understand new technologies. When software companies use Instruqt, they run a fully working version of their product with sandboxed data and scenarios. Accessing the lab requires only a standard web browser and nothing more. The combination of giving people the freedom to experiment with technology, guiding them with scenarios, and providing actionable feedback based on their actions is the best way to educate people about your product.

Companies like Google Cloud, Hashicorp, Puppet, Red Hat, Sysdig, Solo.io, Kasten, and others use Instruqt to create product tours, self-service offerings, and training. As a result, Instruqt customers can generate millions of dollars in pipeline and account expansion without overburdening their engineering resources.

Learn more at https://instruqt.com/ or call +857-203-7667

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