We're at a point where VDI is fundamentally changing the way users across all verticals interact with their workloads. We've changed the way applications are pushed out and the way we optimize entire desktop ecosystems. Today, organizations are looking for ways to improve overall productivity while still keeping costs down.
That’s where VDI comes in. Although there were some challenges a while ago - modern VDI ecosystems are powerful, efficiency-minded, architectures designed to empower the business. Still, creating the perfect VDI architecture isn't always easy. Resources can be expensive, users are extremely diverse, and the cloud is impacting how we deliver content.
The good news is that current data center and technology components are specifically designed not only to optimize VDI - but create a cost-effective delivery architecture. In this webinar, we'll look at the perfect VDI recipe, where to exercise caution, and key best practices around deploying a VDI delivery model. Most of all, we'll examine core components revolving around your data center hardware, the virtualization technologies supporting your business, and where graphics optimization has truly become revolutionary.
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Bill Kleyman is an enthusiastic technologist with experience in data center design, management, and deployment. His architecture work includes large virtualization and cloud deployments as well as business network design and implementation. As the VP of Strategy and Innovation at MTM Technologies, he interacts with enterprise organizations and helps align IT strategies with direct business goals. He also publishes freelance whitepapers, articles, podcasts, and blogs around data center, cloud, security, and infrastructure management topics.
Victoria Rege, Head of Global Product Marketing & Campaigns, NVIDIA
Victoria heads up global product marketing and campaigns for NVIDIA GRID solutions. She's passionate about cloud and virtualization products and technologies, and the way that they're changing how enterprises work. Prior to joining NVIDIA, Victoria worked in the hedge fund industry, developing CXO level conferences and leading an association of COOs of hedge funds. Victoria has a B.A. in Public Relations and French from the University of Rhode Island. You can find her on Twitter @Fleurdevie.
Andrew Leach is a Product Manager within the HP Enterprise Converged Data Center Infrastructure organization. In his current role he is responsible for developing Client Virtualization solutions and services to enable end-user mobility and enhance workplace productivity. He has over 18 years of experience in hardware and software development, end-user virtual computing, and security/compliance solutions for cloud environments.
Courtney Burry is a senior director of product marketing at VMware and looks after Horizon 6 and Horizon Air in VMware's End User Computing Business Unit. She has been with VMware for over 6 years and has seen a tremendous amount of change over the years. Prior to VMware, Courtney worked in product marketing at National Semiconductor. She has worked with high tech companies in Silicon Valley for over 16 years. Courtney has also spent a third of her life living overseas in Asia and Europe. She has an MBA from UC Berkeley Haas School of Business.