BriForum 2005 Video: Tim Mangan on Measuring Perceived Performance of Virtual Machines

In this session perceived performance—a technique to measure terminal server performance in terms relevant to your users—is explained. Results of recent tests involving both real and “virtual servers” are presented, with an eye toward understanding how to improve perceived performance in the virtual environment.

In this session perceived performance—a technique to measure terminal server performance in terms relevant to your users—is explained. Results of recent tests involving both real and “virtual servers” are presented, with an eye toward understanding how to improve perceived performance in the virtual environment.

Here's Tim's session from BriForum 2005.

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Great timing Brian!  I recently updated the Perceived Performance Toolkit up on my website at [link=http:  
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