Hyper-converged infrastructure is becoming one of the fastest growing market segments in the industry – and with good reason. By choosing hyper-converged infrastructure for VDI implementation, organizations achieve a simplified design model in addition to the great performance benefits that are challenging to achieve through traditional deployment methods.
Hyper-converged infrastructure is a hot discussion topic these days. Our industry experts will cut through the noise and help you understand why it’s gaining momentum and where it is best used.
- Real-world shortcomings experienced when deploying VDI to traditional disk
- The value proposition of hyper-converged infrastructure for your VDI deployment
- The importance of GPUs within a hyper-converged infrastructure model
- Virtualizing Desktops & HCI – Fast, Efficient, and greater Flexibility for your End Users
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Theresa Miller is an IT professional that has been working as a technical expert in IT for over 19 years. She is a Citrix CTP, VMware vExpert, has obtained her MBA in IT Management, MCSE and CCA certifications. Her areas of expertise are in the areas of Exchange, Office 365, Active Directory and Citrix XenApp and XenDeskop. She has architected, designed, implemented and led complex projects in all of these areas.
Mark Evans has 24 years of experience in the IT industry. For past seven years, Mark has focused on providing Client Virtualization solutions to customers based on HPE Servers, Storage, and Networking platforms. He has consulted and designed Client Virtualization solutions based on all industry leading virtualization technologies.
Tony Paikeday is Senior Product Line Marketing Manager in the End User Computing (EUC) Business Unit and manages the Horizon 7 portfolio. Tony additionally focuses on key enabling technologies including GPU virtualization and software-defined datacenter. Prior to joining VMware, Tony was at Cisco, building their datacenter solutions marketing practice focused on desktop and application virtualization. Prior to Cisco, he spent 12 years at Nortel selling into enterprise and service provider accounts, after having started his career as a Manufacturing Engineer for Ford Motor Company. Tony holds an Engineering degree from the University of Toronto.