In this energetic session, Ruben Spruijt will present all the important results and best practices for virtual desktop (VDI) workloads found in “Project: Virtual Reality Check (VRC).”
This unbiased and independent R&D project started early in 2009. Since then more than 1100 tests were carried out. The goal of Project VRC is to analyze the developments in the application and desktop virtualization market and present the results in an unbiased and independent way. In the haze of the extreme amount of innovations and many marketing promises, this information is highly appreciated.
The topics in this fast paced session will include:
- Best practices and performance impact optimizing Windows 7 for VDI
- Best practices and performance impact of Microsoft ForeFront AntiVirus in VDI
- Unpublished results, best practices and performance impact of Windows Server 8, Hyper-V, Windows 8 as Remote Desktop Services Virtualization Host (VDI) and Remote Desktop Services Session Host (TS) workloads
- Unpublished results and performance differences between Windows 7 and Windows 8 for VDI workloads
Whether you are looking for independent advice and a "reality check" in relation to virtualizing your desktop workload or are searching for best practices for your remote desktop services (VDI and TS), you must attend this presentation!
|BriForum is our independent Desktop Virtualization and Enterprise Mobility conference, held in both London and Chicago. Registration for both shows is currently open. The price to attend the two day London show is currently £895. The three-day BriForum Chicago is currently accepting registrations at the Super Early Bird price of $1295 through April 26, after which the price will rise to $1495 until June 14 before ultimately going up to $1595. We're very proud of these shows, and as you can see in the video below, we have some amazing speakers and topics!
Presented by Ruben Spruijt and Jeroen van de Kamp
This video was previously recorded at last year's BriForum London.
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