VMworld 2020: Interview with VMblog on Maximizing End-User Experience
Recently we did a video interview and Q&A with VMblog, where we discuss trade shows like VMworld and shift to work from home lifestyle, and how Login VSI operates with VMware as a partner.
Watch and learn as Blair Parkhill, Director Products, explains more about our technology, and offers a view into the product.
- VMblog: A recent change in our world has been a shift to working from home. What are your thoughts on this? And how has it changed things for your company both internally and externally?
Blair Parkhill: Virtualization and Cloud infrastructures have really paved the road for a much stronger adaptation to recent remote working changes due to COVID-19. However, how we use the infrastructures we’ve built has changed… A LOT. We’ve basically had to ditch our on-prem strategies and make everything accessible from outside in a secure, reliable, and speedy way. To accommodate this, there will be a lot more change that is already on our plates, and quickly acting on it is critical.
- VMblog: How does your company work with VMware? Where do you fit within the VMware ecosystem?
Parkhill: We have a very long relationship with VMware. Login VSI has been used to test Horizon reference architectures from every vendor – including VMware – in the EUC space to evaluate the performance and scalability of their solutions. VMware is also our customer who uses our tools internally and for production validation, and they are a great partner in the field.
- VMblog: VMware will be covering things in their keynote, but what big changes do you see taking shape in the industry?
Parkhill: Be prepared to see a considerable balance of enterprise workforces continue to work remotely. Also, potentially see enterprises chase rural outsourcing domestically to drive down the cost of their workforce.
Watch a 30-min interview with Blair Parkhill.
Click to watch: VMblog Interviews Blair Parkhill of Login VSI