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Recorded Webinar with Atlantis Computing, Login VSI and Entisys: Go HyperScale for Mind-blowing VDI Performance

Webinar with Atlantis Computing, Login VSI and Entisys: Go HyperScale for Mind-blowing VDI Performance

The recording of the webinar with Patrick Brennan of Atlantis Computing, Dane Young of Entisys and yours truly is now available. We discussed the fact of life that storage in VDI environments is expensive, VERY expensive. Atlantis Hyperscale brings this cost down and using Login VSI can help with performance testing. In the end, enterprises want to deliver high availability and great performance… at a lower cost.

I spoke about some of the basics of benchmarking with Login VSI (like the importance of VSImax) and establishing a baseline. In dynamic VDI environments, testing is critical to delivering a great end-user experience. And this is a mission we share with Atlantis and Entisys.

Watch the recording below:

About the author

Dennis Geerlings started at Login VSI about 4 years ago and worked as a consultant within Login Consultants. He supported multiple customers in migration projects. Presently, Dennis is support manager and lead consultant at Login VSI. In these roles he supports customers and partners in the US and Canada, co-develops the Login VSI product, and serves as a pre-sales engineer for enterprise customers. 


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