If you are attending EMC World 2013 in Las Vegas next week and is interested in how to effectively deliver Desktop-as-a-Service using EMC technologies you should attend my session with EMC’s Matt Cowger.
In this session we will discuss what DaaS really mean to organizations and what are the associated challenges – infrastructure resiliency, licensing costs, IO Profiles, self-service, storage design and architecture. From a VMware perspective I will also touch on different technologies available Today that make DaaS a reality.
Here is our session, make sure you register and attend!
VMware: Desktops-as-a-Service with VMware View & EMC
VMware View 5.1 provides an ideal platform for delivering desktops as a managed service for enterprise customers of all sizes. For many years, service providers have been daunted by technology and licensing challenges involved in building a viable service. VMware View can provide the foundation for building a service offering for delivering desktops from the cloud. Storage infrastructure is one of the backbones of a DaaS offering, however new storage technologies are rapidly transforming deployment models.
Now, if your organization is embracing BYOD, PYOD, Consumerization and Mobile workforce you should attend Scott Davis (VMware EUC CTO) session to find out how VMware can help you manage this new and diverse mobile workforce.
VMware: End-User Computing Vision for the Post-PC Era and VMware EUC Product Update
This session features VMware’s CTO for End User Computing discussing VMware’s vision for the future and the myriad of industry developments forming it. Multiple devices, application platforms, mobile devices, Bring Your Own Device initiatives, Cloud computing, and next generation applications are combining to a profound effect on IT. Learn about VMware latest EUC products including View, Mirage, and the Horizon Suite, DaaS, and a sneak peek and demos of technologies percolating in VMware’s labs to help IT manage and secure the Post PC era environment.
See you there!!
This article was first published by Andre Leibovici (@andreleibovici) at myvirtualcloud.net.