BriForum 2015 - From the Fire Hose Series: Graphics for Virtual Desktops Smackdown

 

From the Fire Hose Series: Graphics for Virtual Desktops Smackdown
Presented by Ruben SpruijtBenny Tritsch, and Shawn Bass

Ready to drink from a fire hose? Shawn, Benny and Ruben, a group collective of like-minded IT professionals, will get you up-to-speed with graphics for Virtual Desktops and Apps by sharing their insights, best practices, and unfiltered thoughts around these solutions.  There are several important players in this market space, and from a marketing perspective these solutions have a lot in common.  The session is based on industry analysis, customer cases, and covers the VDwhy, VDCry, and various use-case scenarios of graphics for Virtual Desktop and Apps. With more than 5000 videos available, we picked the most relevant videos to show the differences of various Hypervisors, Remote Display Protocols, API support and the impact in LAN and WAN. Filled with unique content and insights, this session will be fun-filled with awesome information for anyone interested in Desktop Virtualization. Discussion will focus on:

  • Overview of GPU technology partners
  • The differences between Citrix, Microsoft and VMware solutions graphics solutions.
  • VDWhy, VDCry and understanding the difference
  • Graphics concepts
  • User Experience with different VDI, vGPU, Hypervisor solutions

Session Takeaway: Get ahead of the curve with your knowledge of graphics for Virtual Desktops and Apps and learn the differences between Citrix, Microsoft and VMware solutions graphics solutions.

 

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