Ask the Experts: Solve Your Toughest VDI Challenges

Is your VDI project still stuck in early stages of deployment or failed to gain user adoption? Do you have challenges accurately sizing and optimizing your VDI infrastructure? Do you ever wonder how you can improve VDI performance of graphics intensive applications and even support workflows that were not previously possible? This webinar brings together graphics virtualization thought leaders and experts from across the globe who have deep knowledge in NVIDIA virtual GPU architecture and years of implementing VDI across multiple hypervisors.

By watching this webinar replay, you'll learn:
  1. Lessons learned from real world VDI implementations
  2. Best practices for assessing, designing and implementing VDI with NVIDIA virtual GPUs
  3. Features and tools you can use to improve VDI user experience, productivity and manageability


Presented By
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Luke Wignall
Sr. Manager – Performance Engineering, NVIDIA

Luke Wignall leads the Performance Engineering and Technical Marketing teams supporting NVIDIA Professional Visualization, including virtual GPU solutions. He came to NVIDIA after working across much of the virtualization ecosystem, as an owner of an integrator/VAR, as a sales engineer, solution architect, consultant, and system administrator with both VMware and Citrix technologies in both public and private industry. An early evangelist of virtualization, Luke firmly believes the ability to bring GPUs to the end-user experience in virtualization was the missing key element that brings it to the next level.
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Jared Cowart
Technical Product Marketing, NVIDIA

Jared has been in the Information Technology space for more than 15 years. During that time, he has worked for Value Added Resellers as Deployment Engineer and Sales Engineer covering everything from Networking to EUC Solutions. He spent almost 6 years at Citrix Systems as the Sr. Sales Engineer helping lead the Rocky Mountain region become the Number one region in the US in 2012. At NVIDIA he currently serves as Technical Product Manager, following more than three years as Sr. Solution Architect and Global Team Lead for the Virtual GPU SA team.
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Eduardo Molino
EUC Principal Architect, Roundtower Technologies

Based in Cincinnati OH, originally from Costa Rica, Eduardo is an End User Computing and Virtualization architect focused on recommending, designing and deploying desktop and application delivery solutions and virtual infrastructure. He has performed this role as customer and as a consultant for companies all over the world over the last 15 years giving him experience on market verticals such as Financial, Education, Healthcare and Retail. He has deep experience in technologies such as Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop, VMWare Horizon View, Microsoft RDS, NetScalers, converged and Hyper-converged infrastructure. Eduardo is a CUGC local leader, a Nutanix NTC, VMware SME and has spoken at Synergy, BriForum CUGC, VMUG and other conferences, he shares his experience in his blog www.molikop.com as well as Citrix support forums.
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Johan Van Amersfoort
EUC Architect, ITQ Consultancy

Johan van Amersfoort is a Technical Marketing Architect at ITQ where he is responsible for developing solutions based on VMware technology including the creation of content and enablement of consultants and customers. He is a vExpert since 2015, a VMware End-User Computing Champion since 2016 and the first VMware Certified Design Expert on Desktop and Mobility (VCDX-DTM) in the Benelux. He is specialized in VDI, Server Virtualization and Application Delivery. He is a regular speaker on events like VMUGs, UserCons, and VMworld and one of the founders of VMware EUC TechCon.
Rick Dehlinger
Principal Solution Architect, Strategic Alliances, Citrix Systems, Inc.

Rick Dehlinger is regarded by many as one of the founding fathers of the Citrix community. Some consider his "Installation and Tuning Tips for Citrix MetaFrame" work a major contributor to the evolution of the Desktop Virtualization landscape, and credit his work for shaping the careers of many in the industry. His professional career has taken a wandering path, starting as a consultant in the WinView/WinFrame days. He joined Citrix in 1998, working in the field as a solution architect through 2005. He then went on to start and sell a couple consulting practices, forge new ground in 'the cloud', and even spent some time in the enterprise storage world. Throughout his journey, one thing has remained constant - his love and appreciation for the \Desktop Virtualization community, and a desire to give something back to the people who inspire him.
Ruben Spruijt

Ruben Spruijt is Field Chief Technology Officer at Frame, responsible for driving vision, technology evangelism and thought leadership with Frame customers, partners and communities. Mr. Spruijt is a well-regarded author, speaker, market analyst, technologist, and all-around geek. An established industry leader and luminary. He is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), NVIDIA GRID Community Advisors, VMware vExpert and was in the Citrix CTP program from 2008-2017.