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Meet us at Citrix Synergy 2014 in Anaheim, CA!

Meet us at Citrix Synergy 2014 in Anaheim, CA!

Login VSI will be at Citrix Synergy in Anaheim next week. Maybe you are planning to go there too? We will have a booth at the tradeshow, and would like to meet you in person. Our theme for this year is 'predict and validate performance' and this could be a nice topic to discuss.

i love a good performance t-shirtIf you plan to attend Citrix Synergy, please reserve a few minutes to stop by at our booth 511 to check out the new version of our load testing product, to pick up a free trial license AND for the chance to win one of our popular 'I love a good performance' collector t-shirts.

Looking forward to see you next week at booth 511!

"I love a good Citrix performance" Session Guide

Please find below an overview of what we think are very interesting sessions around VDI and performance. We highly recommend you to join these sessions. We would especially like to draw your attention to the Virtual Reality Check session on Wednesday at 4.30 PM and to the Meet the Expert session on Thursday at 12.50 PM with Login VSI and NVIDIA.

Tuesday

   
       
2PM  XenDesktop 7.1 sizing for dummies SYN502 
  Helge Klein   
     
3PM Driving the cost out of virtual desktop deployments SYN219 
  Calvin Hsu, Dan McCall  
     
4PM  Desktop as a service: perils and payoffs of an outsources infrastructure SYN118
  Paul Stansel  
     
5PM  Creating a 'killer' end user experience SYN505
  Jim Moyle   
     
5PM Comparing GPU-accelerated high-end graphics performance of virtual desktop platforms SYN324
  Shawn Bass / Bernhard Tritsch  
     
5PM  Leveraging public cloud infrastructure to flex and grow XenApp and XenDesktop deployments SYN226
  Josh Fleming / Kedar Poduri / Orestes Melgarejo  
     

Wednesday

   
       
11AM Architecting Citrix solutions for Microsoft Hyper-V, System Center and Azure SYN319
  Michael Cooper / Loay Shbeilat   
     
11AM  Architecting XenDesktop solutions with HP MoonShot SYN317
  Tony Sanchez   
       
1.30PM  Designing for 3D application workloads  SYN218 
  Mayunk Jain / George Prado     
     
1.30PM  Architecting Citrix solutions with IBM, NVIDIA and Atlantis Computing  SYN318 
  Michael Cooper / Mike Perks     
     
2.30PM  How Atlanta Public Schools delivers virtual desktops to 50,000 students  SYN119 
  Thomas Gamull / Tony Hunter   
       
2.30PM  Best practices for scaling Personal vDisk environments  SYN314 
  Justin Rackliffe / David Wagner   
       
2.30PM  Architecting Citrix solutions with Dell, NVIDIA and Microsoft Lync  SYN316 
  Rick Bielder / Loay Shbeilat   
       
3.30PM  Architecting Citrix solutions with Cisco, NetApp, EMC, VCE and NVIDIA  SYN315 
  Mike Brennan / Michael Cooper  
       
3.30PM  XenDesktop monitoring bake-off  SYN258 
  Jarian Gibson   
       
4.30PM  Direct from the performance labs: best practices for VDI, a Virtual Reality Check  SYN251 
  Jeroen van de Kamp / Ruben Spruijt   
       
4.30PM  App and desktop workload provisioning in 2014  SYN221 
  Daniel Feller / Stuart Moore   
       

Thursday

   
       
8.30AM  Smackdown on hardware graphics solutions for VDI: 2014 edition SYN255 
  Shawn Bass / Ruben Spruijt / Bernhard Tritsch  
       
8.30AM  The sky's the limit with Moonshot! Insider information on implementing XenDesktop on HP's revolutionary platform SYN257 
  Dane Young     
     
9.30AM  Architecting XenDesktop solutions with NetApp SYN320  
  Michael Cooper / Rachel Zhu   
       
9.30AM  Storage IO and capacity analysis for affordable VDI  SYN256 
  Alex Danilychev  
       
10.30AM  Delivering seamless remote applications: Citrix published applications vs Microsoft RemoteApp   SYN249 
  Nico Luedemann / Bernhard Tritsch     
       
11.30AM  Proactively analyze and validate your environment with Citrix Tools as a Service   SYN259 
  Adeel Arshed / Michael Ryan     
       
12.50PM  Login VSI & NVIDIA: Testing User Experience with the New Login VSI 3D Graphics Testing Framework   TBA 
  Steve Harpster / Jeroen van de Kamp     
       
2.30PM  Hands off my gold image, redux  SYN325 
  Aaron Parker     
     
3.30PM  What's new in XenApp and XenDesktop   SYN225 
  Vishal Ganeriwala / Sridhar Mullapudi     
     
4.30PM  The role of storage and hyper-convergence in the future of VDI designs  SYN329 
  Andre Leibovici     
       
4.30PM  What will end-user computing look like in 2019? SYN120 
  Gunnar Berger     

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