[Press Release] Login VSI Announces ‘Technology Advocate’ and ‘Technology Expert’ program
Recognizing individuals for their contribution to and commitment towards VDI performance
VMworld, Las Vegas, NV: Today (August 27, 2018) Login VSI, the industry standard in VDI performance testing, announced its new program to recognize those individuals that have built and display extensive knowledge of the Login VSI software solutions, and in this way visibly contribute to the End-User Computing (EUC) Community.
The program introduces two types of recognition: Login VSI Technology Advocate (LVTA), created for communicators that actively contribute to the education of the rest of the EUC community, and Login VSI Technology Expert (LVTE), reserved for the elite of the scalability and performance testing community, that have demonstrated a very in-depth knowledge and (large scale) application of the load-testing (and other test) capabilities of Login VSI.
Login VSI Technology Advocates typically share their knowledge and recommendations in technical blogs, and in presentations at industry events. Their regular contributions are done in public and are educational and valuable to the rest of the EUC Community.
Login VSI Technology Experts typically share their professional knowledge through Reference Architectures, Validated Designs and other technical papers, often counting hundreds of pages, and cover tests on very large environments in specialized R&D labs.
The first official award winners will be announced at VMworld in Las Vegas. Awards are valid for 1 year and will be given out every year during the summer. Selected individuals will receive a signed certificate and may use the appropriate logo and title as they see fit.
We are very often positively surprised by the professional writings we encounter, leveraging our testing solutions to provide a better end-user experience to the VDI related world, says Eric-Jan van Leeuwen, CEO of Login VSI, this new program allows us to recognize and thank this group of select individuals that visibly contribute to better performing VDI environments.