You cannot purchase classes via the Xilinx Customer Training site. You must contact your ATP and pay via credit card or purchase order.
No. Training Credits are optional.
If you purchase an XPA (Xilinx Productivity Advantage), you will get a discount on a bundle of Xilinx software + Training Credits.
You can use your Training Credits to pay for classroom, virtual, or ondemand training.
When the Training Credit owner approves, you will receive an enrollment confirmation email.
Error: "Voucher #1 is not matched with your User Group. Please try Again".
Meaning: In our system, you are associated with a different customer site than the Training Credit Agreement.
How to fix:
Error: "Invalid Voucher Number. Please try Again."
Meaning: This Training Credit Agreement number does not exist, or it is no longer active.
How to fix:
Private Classroom or Online
Yes. Lab documents are provided within the virtual lab environment.
Yes. You are provided three attempts to access a lab, and the time allotted to complete each lab is 2X the time expected to complete the lab.
We know that interruptions do occur, so you are provided twice the amount of time that a lab is expected to take for the CloudShare environment.
Alternatively, you can contact the registrar to request an extension to your lab time.
To test your connection, go to the CloudShare test page.
To troubleshoot your connection, review the CloudShare troubleshooting connection page.
In addition, be sure to whitelist the following IP ranges:
Virtual Machine Range
If you have any other issues with the CloudShare environment, please contact email@example.com.
No, the virtual machine used in the CloudShare environment is not available for separate download.
The VM is intended for training purposes only. Students have access to this VM via two avenues: CloudShare and ATP instructor-led classes. No support is provided for the VM outside of these training environments.
If you want to run the labs locally, you can still do so by downloading the lab files from www.xilinx.com/training/downloads.html. Note that you will need to install the necessary software tools with the appropriate licenses.
As long as your local machine is properly provisioned for the given lab, the labs can be run. The lab files are available from www.xilinx.com/training/downloads.html. Note that these lab files represent the starting point for the lab and do not contain any student-generated work.
In an effort to support many platforms, the labs use certain environment variables that point to the installation directories for the various tools and as well as the location of the training directory from which the labs are run.
To run the labs on your local machine, you must install the necessary tools and licenses for the course. It is important to realize that some Xilinx tools, such as PetaLinux, will not run natively under the Windows operating system.
Most labs do not require an actual physical board. In cases where an actual board may be necessary, students can still follow along with the lab instructions.
While it is possible to target other boards, the designs must be reimplemented using the constraint file appropriate for the target board. Most designs are portable among boards. Some designs used in the embedded curriculum are moderately complex and there may be non-trivial porting issues. Xilinx does not provide porting as a service.
After signing up, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to access the content. You may need to check your spam/junk folder for the notification.
Alternatively, you can log in here to access the system. After logging in, click the "My Courses" tab to view your content.
OnDemand course access is by subscription. A subscription is one year from purchase via credit card, purchase order, or Training Credits.
You can retake a lecture or demo at any time during your subscription.
You must click through all the slides to completion as well as take the assessment before a module will be marked as complete. Any video will also need to viewed to the end before an assessment is taken.
The best browser for the lectures and the environment is Chrome. Firefox also works well. You may encounter issues with Internet Explorer.
You may also need to enable pop-up windows if your browser is set to block pop-ups.