Login VSI Summit 2021 (previously known as the VDI Performance Summit) is back for a fifth event of networking and learning together. Join from anywhere around the world for this event devoted to bringing together IT professionals and inspiring keynote speakers, including Brian Madden of VMware, Christiaan Brinkhoff of Microsoft, and Ruben Spruijt of Nutanix, and many others.
Prepare for a day of business and technical breakout sessions and EUC enthusiasts covering what you need to advance your knowledge in today’s digital workspace, end-user computing, and application and desktop performance.
Your registration gives you access to the entire event with opportunities to watch sessions live or on-demand, chat with experts and session speakers, interact with sponsors, and network throughout the day.
All times listed in the agenda are in EST.
What a year it's been; join Blair and Mark as they welcome you to this year's VDI summit. They'll announce a revolutionary new way to measure user experience, get you up to date on the latest roadmaps and research we've done, and share their vision on what testing will look like for 2022 and beyond. This will be a fast pace, fun, and very educational opening of the event.
"You should never, never doubt something that no one is sure of… until it is tested."
As businesses seek to get back to the strategic roadmaps that are core to their business, a new aspect of End-User/Employee experience will be key to that success. Michael Kent – CTO for Login VSI will discuss the role of EUX in digital transformation, and how companies can ensure their digital transformation projects are a success.
Windows 11 is coming and while it's not final, there are some things you can already do to prepare. Join Hilko and Mark as they share best practices, results of preliminary testing, and geek out on Windows 11, VMware OSOT, Server 2022, Windows 10, automation, and the true love of every performance engineer: anti-virus.
How deploying a testing factory improves the digital workspace experience. With the rate of change to the desktop image accelerating to near continuous, automation has been a lifeline for the EUC Engineer. But automation without testing is simply a way to get to a disaster faster. This conversation will focus on the need to build up an automated testing capability to match the scale and velocity of changes that are being deployed thereby allowing the EUC Engineer to focus only on those changes that fail to pass, rather than trying to find the needle in the haystack.
In the fast moving and ever-changing world of IT we often don’t take the time to learn. Feedback on IT systems is an essential but often overlooked part of any process. In this session we'll discuss why gaining feedback is becoming more important and how to embed feedback in any change management process for the digital workspace.
VDI Like a PRO is an authority when it comes to independent market research in the End User Computing (EUC) space. Founders Ruben Spruijt and Christiaan Brinkhoff will be teaming up for a special session at the Login VSI Summit and give you an insider view of the EUC industry and recent market trends and developments. The guys will be talking Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Desktop as a Service (DaaS), public cloud, single session and multi-session Operating Systems, and the key EUC initiatives for 2022 and beyond.
We'll discover the knowledge worker capacity of our AVD solutions with a given, consistent end-user experience and performance.
Performance expert and AVD sizing guru Blair Parkhill and Pieter Wigleven from the AVD Product Team will be hosting a groundbreaking session on Azure Virtual Desktop. They will explain how they have been able to continuously improve the performance of AVD with Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session.
Learn sizing and performance-related information, including FSLogix on Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session and a sneak preview of Login VSI's latest Task, Office, and Knowledge Worker profiles. Lastly, Blair will show you some clever testing automation and ways to find the perfect Azure instance for your remote workforce.
We all know VDI got a “boost” due to the pandemic, but is that a one-time thing, or permanent? And what about this whole “future of work” and hybrid working? Is that better for VDI or worse? Since everything this week is about VDI performance, it’s worth taking a look at how VDI will evolve over the next few years, and how it will fit into the broader EUC landscape moving forward.
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We hosted our first VDI Performance Summit in Amsterdam in 2019, followed by a virtual event. Both events surpassed our expectations, and we did a repeat of both live and virtual the following year.
You can view highlights from last year’s event here.
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