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BCO1000-GD - High Availability with Duncan EppingGroup Discussions are a good way to join together with peers, guided by a VMware expert, and discuss a VMware key topic as selected by the group. Come to this session prepared to dive-in, engage, and share best practices.Duncan Epping - Principal Architect, VMware
BCO1002-GD - Data Protection and Backup with Jeff HunterGroup Discussions are a good way to join together with peers, guided by a VMware expert, and discuss a VMware key topic as selected by the group. Come to this session prepared to dive-in, engage, and share best practices.Jeff Hunter - Sr. Technical Marketing Manager, VMware
BCO1003-GD - Disaster Recovery and Replication with Ken WerneburgGroup Discussions are a good way to join together with peers, guided by a VMware expert, and discuss a VMware key topic as selected by the group. Come to this session prepared to dive-in, engage, and share best practices.Ken Werneburg - Senior Tech Marketing Architect, VMware
BCO3424 - What’s New in vSphere Data Protection Advanced - VMware’s Backup and Recovery for vSpherevSphere Data Protection (VDP) Advanced is VMware’s backup and recovery solution for vSphere, powered by EMC Avamar technology. With enterprise-class deduplication and native integration with the platform, VDP Advanced is the ideal data protection solution for vSphere. Join us for this session where we’ll show you our latest enhancements to VDP Advanced, many of which are geared towards increasing the reliability and efficiency with which customers can protect their data, even from site-level disasters.Mauricio Barra - Product Marketing Manager, VMware Jeff Hunter - Sr. Technical Marketing Manager, VMware
BCO4872 - Operating and Architecting a vSphere Metro Storage Cluster Based InfrastructureIn this session, Lee Dilworth and Duncan Epping will discuss the design and operational considerations for VMware vSphere® Metro Storage Cluster environments, also commonly referred to as stretched cluster environments. Best practices for implementation and design will be shared. Various failure scenarios that can occur in a stretched storage environment will also be discussed in depth, including how vSphere 5.x responds to these failures. We will cover the implications for your vSphere High Availability, VMware vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler™ and VMware vSphere Storage DRS™ configuration and provide recommendations on increasing availability and simplifying operations.Lee Dilworth - Principal SE, vmware Duncan Epping - Principal Architect, VMware
BCO4977 - VMware vSphere Replication: Technical Walk-Through with EngineeringVMware vSphere® Replication is a feature of data replication used by both the vSphere platform to protect virtual machines and VMware vCenter™ Site Recovery Manager™ (SRM) to orchestrate the recovery of entire sites.
In this session, VMware Engineering will take you through the full details of how vSphere Replication works: the identification and scheduling of data for replication, built-in fail-safes, networking aspects of vSphere Replication and ultimately how it is used by both vSphere and SRM.
Follow along as we walk through the life cycle of protecting a virtual machine with vSphere Replication.Ken Werneburg - Senior Tech Marketing Architect, VMware Aleksey Pershin - Staff Software Engineer, VMware
BCO5041 - vSphere Data Protection - What's New and Technical WalkthroughVMware vSphere Data Protection (VDP) is an easy-to-use backup and recovery solution to protect small vSphere environments. VDP enables fast and efficient backups to disk and, more importantly, fast and reliable recovery. vSphere Data Protection Advanced (VDP Advanced) scales to protect small and medium vSphere environments and adds application-consistent backup and recovery for mission-critical applications. In this session, we will cover the latest features and functionality in both VDP and VDP Advanced. We will also provide a technical walkthrough of these products including deployment, configuration, and recommendations for successful backup and recovery of virtual machines and applications.Jeff Hunter - Sr. Technical Marketing Manager, VMware
BCO5047 - vSphere High Availability - What's New and Best PracticesVMware vSphere High Availability (vSphere HA) is one of the most widely utilized features of vSphere. This session will focus on the latest updates to vSphere HA and best practices. We will cover improvements to guest operating system and application protection, virtual machine placement constraints, and vSphere HA advanced options. Additional topics include recommendations for networking, storage, heartbeat datastores, isolation response, and admission control.Jeff Hunter - Sr. Technical Marketing Manager, VMware
BCO5065 - VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance for Multiprocessor Virtual Machines - Technical PreviewThis session will describe exciting new developments in implementing VMware vSphere® Fault Tolerance (VMware FT) for multiprocessor virtual machines. This new technology allows continuous availability of multiprocessor virtual machines with literally zero downtime and zero data loss, even surviving server failures, while staying completely transparent to the guest software stack, requiring absolutely no configuration of in-guest software. In this technical preview, we will outline the virtues of VMware FT, provide a detailed look at the new technology enabling VMware FT for multiprocessor virtual machines, offer guidance on how to plan and configure your environments to best deploy these capabilities, examine performance data and showcase a demo of the technology in action.Jim Chow - Engineer, VMware Wei Xu - Staff Engineer, VMware
BCO5129 - Protection for All - vSphere Replication & SRM Technical UpdateIn this session you will hear about the latest updates to the vSphere Replication and SRM technologies from VMware. Majority of this session will cover how and where you can use these technologies for a variety of use cases. Whether you have a collection of small sites managed by a single vCenter or two large sites managed by their own vCenters there is a solution for you. In this session we will explain the implementation options, how they work and how you can use them in the various combinations to achieve the level of workload protection you need. If you have any questions about how vSphere Replication works, how SRM works, what your options are with array replication, how you can protect small/medium or large sites this is the session for you.Ken Werneburg - Senior Tech Marketing Architect, VMware Lee Dilworth - Principal SE, vmware
BCO5160 - Implementing a Holistic BC/DR Strategy with VMware - Part OneThis session is part one of Implementing a Holistic BC/DR Strategy with VMware. We will take a look at the landscape of IT resiliency and discuss current challenges with business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR). This session will also provide high-level look at how VMware solutions can be combined to address high availability, disaster recovery, and data protection for comprehensive BCDR coverage of missions-critical applications and services. Part two of this series will get into the technical details of combining VMware solutions to improve uptime in your virtual infrastructure.Gaetan Castelein - Director, Product Management, VMware Mauricio Barra - Product Marketing Manager, VMware
BCO5162 - Implementing a Holistic BC/DR Strategy with VMware - Part TwoThis session is part two of Implementing a Holistic BC/DR Strategy with VMware. The first part started with a higher-level look at how VMware solutions can be combined to address high availability, disaster recovery, and data protection for comprehensive BC/DR coverage of mission-critical applications and services. In this session, we will dig into the technical details. Features and products in this discussion include Site Recovery Manager, vSphere Replication, vSphere Data Protection, vSphere High Availability and vSphere Fault Tolerance. We will cover how these interoperate, caveats to be aware of when using these solutions together, and best practices.Ken Werneburg - Senior Tech Marketing Architect, VMware Jeff Hunter - Sr. Technical Marketing Manager, VMware
BCO5170 - DR to The Cloud with VMware Site Recovery Manager and Rackspace Disaster Recovery Planning ServicesVMware’s Site Recovery Manager is the gold standard for highly orchestrated, easily testable Disaster Recovery and Datacenter Migration in vSphere environments. Costs related to DR implementation and ongoing operations can be dramatically reduced through the use of SRM. Rackspace has implemented Disaster Recovery Planning services, built on VMware and SRM – a service that offers the same compelling value, but utilizing resources in the cloud.
Come learn about SRM and see how Rackspace customers are taking advantage of SRM and DR as a Service, and how they’ve taken advantage DR in the Rackspace Cloud.Brent Scotten - Product Marketing Manager - US, Rackspace Bryan Evans - Product Manager, VMware, Inc.
BCO5276 - Next Generation ‘Economical’ Data Protection for Business-Critical ApplicationsHave you been searching for Tier-1 data protection capabilities that would economically fit into your VMware environment, avoiding expensive WAN costs and dedicated hardware? Through the use of VMware tools and next generation ‘software defined’ replication technologies, an economical Tier-1 data protection solution for business-critical applications is now possible! Specific recovery time objective (RPO) and recovery point objective (RTO) can be set and managed, through integrated policies, to recover applications locally or remotely to any point-in-time needed. Furthermore, VMware allows for non-disruptive testing of your recovery plans. In this session you will discover how to implement a software-defined data protection solution in your virtual data center, allowing you to easily recover to any point in time. Learn how to use your WAN efficiently to build a disaster recovery solution while utilizing existing infrastructure. Explore the different use cases and how to implement them, experience simple deployment and operation through vCenter integration, and use orchestration tools for streamlined DR test, failover and failback. Dive into the technologies underlying this unique approach. Learn from the experience of real world IT professionals who benefit from such solutions and how they applied them in their own environment, increasing data availability while reducing total cost of ownership (TCO). Real world customer case studies will be provided as well as a brief technology demo.Yossi Saad - Dir Product Management, EMC Bradford Glade - Distinguished Engineer, EMC
BCO5362 - Veeam Backup & Replication v7 Deep DiveJoin us for a deep dive into Veeam’s next generation of VM backup – Veeam® Backup & Replication™ v7. Anton Gostev (@Gostev) and Doug Hazelman (@VMdoug) will show you how to achieve efficient offsite backup quickly without buying expensive hardware or bandwidth, how to backup your VMware virtual machines (VMs) using hardware snapshots provided by SAN storage devices, and how to put your DR site to work. Need more? Then stick around to learn about our other powerful, easy-to-use, industry leading features, including: enhanced backup and recovery for VMware vCloud Director, monitoring your backups directly from vSphere Web Client, rapid search and restore from Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint backups, and more!
Every attendee gets an 8GB USB stick with a special edition of Veeam Backup & Replication featuring FREE backup of vSphere and vCloud Director VMs, FREE backup of VMs and files to tape, and FREE granular restores from VM backups and SAN snapshots.Anton Gostev - Director Product Management, Veeam Software Doug Hazelman - VP Product Strategy, Veeam Software
BCO5431 - Customers and Service Provider's Perspectives on DR Strategy, Tips and Tricks for Private and Hybrid Cloud EnvironmentsEver wonder how existing VMware customers and service providers design, implement, validate and optimize DR using Site Recovery Manager? Come to this technical panel discussion to learn how customers handle DR in a private cloud environment, and how service provider designs DR as a Service to accelerate hybrid cloud adoption. Tips, tricks and “gotchas” will be revealed!Bryan Bond - Virtualization and Cloud Architect, eMeter, a Siemens Business Hans De Leenheer - Rental Evangelist, HaDeLe Services Devin Hamilton - Director, Storage Architects, Nimble Storage Nick Dyer - Sr. Systems Engineer, Nimble Storage
BCO5733 - vCenter Site Recovery Manager – Solution Overview and What’s NewvCenter Site Recovery Manager and vSphere Replication ensure the simplest, most cost-effective and reliable disaster protection for all virtualized applications.
We will begin this session with an overview of Site Recovery Manager and its key capabilities for simplified disaster recovery management, such as Automated Failover, Non-Disruptive Testing, and Planned Migration. Then we will discuss the new enhancements introduced in vSphere Replication and Site Recovery Manager 5.5
Finally, we will present findings from a Total Economic Impact study performed by Forrester Consulting on real customers that illustrates how SRM, together with vSphere Replication, can lower the total cost of DR for your organization by 50% or more.Mauricio Barra - Product Marketing Manager, VMware
BCO5855 - Leveraging Advanced Storage Capabilities To Meet Today’s Virtual Environment SLAsTraditional backup and recovery processes grow less relevant everyday – especially in virtual environments. There is no single method that can cost-effectively meet the SLAs of every application or workload in today’s virtual environments. While VADP is sufficient for many applications, there are many critical workloads that require shorter RPOs and RTOs that VADP cannot meet. Fortunately, new technology is emerging that allows organizations to complement VADP with the use of array-based snapshots for application-consistent backups, which can help provide the performance, uptime, RPO, and RTO that your organization requires without breaking the bank.
In this session, we’ll discuss both VADP and array-based snapshotting technology and how they can benefit your backup and recovery strategy. We’ll also look at ways to utilize snapshots across dissimilar storage hardware. You’ll learn about methods for using non-production resources for data indexing to provide granular restore functionality to avoid causing performance degradation on production resources. We will talk about ways to pair snapshots with VMware’s Changed Block Tracking (CBT) to reduce infrastructure bandwidth requirements for both backup and recovery operations.
We’ll discuss best practices around the following:
* Applying the appropriate data protection methodology based on application SLA by mapping templates to storage policies.
* Identifying where to use hardware snapshots and how to identify workloads where HW snaps or VADP are most relevant.
* Recovery options using storage array integration including integration with vCloud Director and automated recovery options using workflows.Donald Foster - Director of Product Management, CommVault Jonathan Howard - Solution Architect, CommVault Systems
BCO5884 - GE Appliances and Lighting & House of Brick: Making Stretch DR Invisible to Oracle on VMware WorkloadsGE Appliances & Lighting is now deploying system stacks with unprecedented speed using VMware virtualization. Furthermore, GE Appliances & Lighting is revolutionizing workload DR implementation by extending layer 2 networks intact to a remote data center. This minimizes if not eliminates the traditional demand for business unit application owner involvement in DR implementation.
This session is the technical follow-up to the August, 2012 GE Appliances & Lighting/House of Brick Technologies webinar (http://bit.ly/RrnWJH) which focused on the initiative’s business objectives and concept. The webinar introduced the virtualization of 100% of the Appliance Division’s several hundred ERP+ workloads with Oracle E-Business Suite and Real Application Clusters at the core.
In this session, we expose the current GE Appliances strategic DR strategy and architecture with its core components NAS in VM, Cisco Overlay Transport Virtualization networking layer, and vSphere Site Recovery Manager. We contrast GE Appliance & Lighting’s DR approach to traditional DR implementation requiring workload-level network enhancement and associated testing. We detail the DR networking simplification associated with software load balancing or no load balancing where possible. We discuss the handling of infrastructure-level services that are candidates for active/active configuration such as Active Directory, Exchange, SOA, and DNS.David Welch - CTO, Chief Evangelist, House of Brick Technologies
BCO7128 - Self-Service Backup and DR for IaaS: The Service You Can’t Live WithoutIt’s been over 50 years since the first commercial IaaS Cloud service providers - “service bureaus” providing time-sharing on mainframes - have come into existence. That experience had been thoroughly forgotten by many at the time the current Cloud was born. Drawing on the lessons from that era and on his experience as founder and CEO of Parallels - the largest provider of billing, provisioning, and self-service solutions for Cloud Service Providers - Serguei Beloussov will explore the evolution of Back-up and DR services for IaaS Clouds and how Self-Service can make or break your private or public Cloud. Join Serguei, CEO of Acronis, senior partner at Runa Capital, and founder of Acronis, Parallels, Acumatica and other high-tech companies.René Oldenbeuving - General Manager Cloud Business, Acronis Serguei Beloussov - CEO, Acronis
ECT002 - Overview of the VCP-DCV CertificationThis session reviews the VMware Certified Professional - Data Center Virtualization (VCP-DCV) certification, including tips and vSphere 5.x resources to help you prepare.Undeleeb Din - Enablement Lead, VCI Program, VMware
ECT003 - Overview of the VCAP-DCD and VCAP-DCA CertificationsThis session reviews the VMware Certified Advanced Professiona certifications for Data Center Virtualization - VMware Certified Advanced Professional - Data Center Design (VCAP-DCD), VMware Certified Advanced Professional - Data Center Administration (VCAP-DCA) - including tips and resources to help you prepare.Andrew Cary - Enablement Lead VCI Program, VMware
ECT004 - VMware On Demand Classroom: A New Training ExperienceVMware On Demand classroom is a robust self-paced training solution that is highly interactive and a powerful alternative to traditional learning. Learn more and see a live demonstration.Jennifer Henn - Program Manager Learning Research & Development, Education Operations, VMware
ECT005 - Overview of the VMware Cloud Certification FamilyThis session reviews the VMware Cloud Certification programs - VMware Certified Professional - Cloud (VCP-Cloud), VMware Certified Advanced Professional - Cloud Infrastructure Design (VCAP-CID), VMware Certified Advanced Professional - Cloud Infrastructure Administration (VCAP-CIA), VMware Certified Design Expert - Cloud (VCDX-Cloud) - including tips and resources to help you prepare.Andrew Cary - Enablement Lead VCI Program, VMware
ECT006 - Overview of the VMware End User Computing Certification FamilyThis session reviews the VMware Desktop Certification programs - VMware Certified Professional - Desktop (VCP-DT), VMware Certified Advanced Professional - Desktop Design (VCAP-DTD), VMware Certified Advanced Professional - Desktop Administration (VCAP-DTA), VMware Certified Design Expert - Desktop (VCDX-DT) - including tips and resources to help you prepare.Undeleeb Din - Enablement Lead, VCI Program, VMware
EUC1000-GD - Mirage with Daniel BeveridgeGroup Discussions are a good way to join together with peers, guided by a VMware expert, and discuss a VMware key topic as selected by the group. Come to this session prepared to dive-in, engage, and share best practices.Daniel Beveridge - Sr. EUC Architect, VMware
EUC1001-GD - View with Matt CoppingerGroup Discussions are a good way to join together with peers, guided by a VMware expert, and discuss a VMware key topic as selected by the group. Come to this session prepared to dive-in, engage, and share best practices.Matt Coppinger - Architect / Snr. Manager, VMware
EUC1003-GD - Overall EUC with John Dodge and Scott DavisGroup Discussions are a good way to join together with peers, guided by a VMware expert, and discuss a VMware key topic as selected by the group. Come to this session prepared to dive-in, engage, and share best practices.John Dodge - Director EUC Technical Enablement, VMware Scott Davis - CTO, End User Computing, VMware
EUC1004-GD - Mirage with Mark EwertGroup Discussions are a good way to join together with peers, guided by a VMware expert, and discuss a VMware key topic as selected by the group. Come to this session prepared to dive-in, engage, and share best practices.Mark Ewert - Architect - EUC Technical Enablement, VMware
EUC1005-GD - Workspace with Rasmus JensenGroup Discussions are a good way to join together with peers, guided by a VMware expert, and discuss a VMware key topic as selected by the group. Come to this session prepared to dive-in, engage, and share best practices.Rasmus Jensen - EUC Architect, VMware
EUC3498 - Android in the enterprise: the challenges and how to solve themNearly 4 of 5 phones sold last quarter were Android devices. Yet, despite its tremendous success in the consumer space, Android is not widely adopted in the enterprise. Attend this session to learn:
• Market trends: why Android’s dominance will continue into the future
• The challenges: what issues IT has with Android, preventing wide adoption in the enterprise
• The solution: how IT can address those issues with an enterprise-ready solution
Group CTO and R&D Director of UBS, one of the world’s largest financial services firms, will describe the market trends and resultant IT challenges. He will detail specific technical issues at UBS regarding Android version fragmentation, openness versus manageability, and, of course, the need to provide corporate security on the device while still protecting personal information.
Attendees will also learn how VMware Horizon Workspace makes Android enterprise-ready by providing a dual-persona solution that marries IT control and manageability with end-user choice and freedom. This part of the session will also include a live demo of the VMware solution on the latest VMware Ready smartphone.Herve Hulin - Director, VMware Stig Andersson, UBS Andrew Hawthorn - Sr. Product Marketing Manager, VMware
EUC3581 - Best Practices for Distributed VDI Architectures Leveraging New VMware End User Computing TechnologiesManaging distributed end users poses several challenges even when it comes to using VDI. Not only do you need to deal with bandwidth and latency issues across the WAN which can impact application response times, you also need to think about how to get around unplanned downtime and single points of failure.
Join this session as we discuss some best practices and approaches to dealing with distributed end users, Learn how you can take advantage of new VMware end user computing technologies to get LAN-like performance while maximizing uptime-even in the event of a WAN outage. And find out how partner technologies are helping deliver cost-effective, low-touch IT solutions to get you up and running more quickly.Rory Clements - Group Manager, EUC, VMware, Inc Avinash Shetty - Sr. Product Manager, jjj
EUC4544 - Directions in VMware EUC & the Multi-Device, Virtual WorkspaceThis session is rapidly becoming a VMworld tradition and will feature VMware’s CTO for End User Computing discussing the industry, VMware’s vision and directions for the future and the myriad of industry developments informing it. Multiple devices, “XaaS” platforms, mobile, Bring Your Own Device, Cloud computing, and next generation applications are combining to a profound effect on user expectations and IT. Learn about VMware’s latest offerings and technical innovations for this world – the Horizon Suite of products including Horizon Workspace, Horizon View and Horizon Mirage. And, as always, sneak peeks and demos of cool new technologies percolating in VMware’s labs addressing tomorrow’s multi-device, mobile virtual workspace.Scott Davis - CTO, End User Computing, VMware Daniel Beveridge - Sr. EUC Architect, VMware
EUC4546 - Architecting VMware Horizon Workspace for Scale and PerformanceVMware Horizon Workspace simplify the end user experience and reduce IT costs by combining applications and data into a single enterprise-class aggregated workspace, securely delivered on any device. Understanding VMware Horizon Workspace architecture is crucial for a performance driven and scalable design. In this session the audience will gain practical knowledge how to implement large scale VMware Horizon Workspace (Application, Data, Desktop) solution from software to storage to mobile devices (IOS/Android) based on extensive validation conducted by EUC Cloud R&D team.
Attend if you want to learn more or intend to deploy large scale Horizon workspace as the preferred solution in the industry.Jared Cook - Staff EUC Architect, VMware Jack McMichael - Sr. Consultant, VMware Kit Colbert - Principal Engineer, VMware
EUC4608 - Mirage 201An EUC CoE Architect will deliver this breakout session detailing an advanced real world overview of Mirage Best practices and and Strategy.Raymond Dusseault - Consulting Architect, VMware Sarah Semple - Product Line Marketing Manager, VMware Dean Flaming - Sr. Tech Marketing Mgr | Lighthouse & EUC Enablement, VMware
EUC4629 - ThinApp 101 and what's new in ThinApp next versionWhat's Now, What's New and What's Next. This session will give an overview on the functionality of ThinApp including what's new in ThinApp.Next. We will show you how ThinApp simplifies application deployment using various technical demos given in this session.Aaron Black - EUC Product Manager, Mirage & ThinApp, VMware Peter Björk - Senior Specialist, EMEA EUC Practice, VMware Tina de Benedictis - Senior Technical Marketing Manager, VMware
EUC4688 - Lowering TCO for Virtual Desktops with VMware View and VMware Virtual SANDesktop Virtualization in the Enterprise brings many operational benefits such as centralized management, security, elimination of end point management. However, Capital costs for deploying virtual desktops have been high. This is primarily due to the fact that traditional storage architectures are not well suited for desktop virtualization. Storage architectures are evolving and the advent of Flash based storage is addressing the requirements of Desktop Virtualization. While Flash based storage addresses the performance requirements, customers need a way to address both the performance and capacity requirements of desktop virtualization and deliver it at a lower TCO.
This session discusses how the integration between VMware View and VMware VMware Virtual SAN can address the requirements of desktop virtualization while lowering the Total Cost of Ownership. In addition the session will also include a demo of the integration between VMware View and VMware Virtual SAN.Narasimha Krishnakumar - Group Product Line Manager, VMware Rishi Bidarkar - Sr. Performance Engineer, VMWare Jad Chamcham - Senior Staff Software Engineer, VMware
EUC4764 - What’s New and Next for VMware Horizon ViewSession Abstract:
Enterprises are under pressure to improve business agility and workforce productivity with declining IT budgets. To meet the demands of an increasingly mobile and dispersed workforce IT organizations are evolving and delivering new capabilities to connect and collaborate. Virtual workspaces deliver ubiquitous access to applications and data with increased security, availability and continuous compliance.
In this session, we will first review the planned security and networking enhancements in VMware View releases including global server load balancing to improve availability and performance of multi data center deployments, context aware adaptive security, and IPv6 support. Second, we will discuss storage solutions particularly useful in enhancing the performance of VDI while drastically reducing the infrastructure cost. Finally we will discuss a few customer case studies and architectures on how they plan to use these new features to expand their VDI solutionsFrank Taylor - Senior Staff Engineer, VMware Ravi Kumar - Sr. Product Manager, VMware
EUC4815 - Demistifying VMware Mirage: Tips and Tricks for SuccessWondering what Mirage really does, how it works, and how to successfully design and implement Mirage for your company or organization? VMware's Global Professional Services team will present a technical walk-though of a real-world end-to-end design & implementation of VMware Mirage. Hear first-hand how VMware Architects address technical and operational challenges, such as server and storage sizing, networking, and other critical VMware Mirage design elements. The team will show real-world architecture examples and share their lessons learned and best practices enabling you to be successful in deploying VMware Mirage.Simon Long - Senior Architect, Canopy Justin Venezia - Consulting Architect, VMware
EUC4833 - What's New with Horizon Workspace: Technical Deep DiveWith the release of Horizon Suite and Horizon Workspace we want to give you the latest and greatest around what's new from a technical perspective.Jared Cook - Staff EUC Architect, VMware Jack McMichael - Sr. Consultant, VMware Ashish Jain - Director, Product Management, VMware
EUC5004 - Horizon Workspace at Scale: Deploying to 15,000 VMware EmployeesEnd User computing in large organizations like VMware is a huge challenge and with new trends emerging and adopted to save costs and improve efficiencies like BYOM, BYOD, SaaS Solutions, Mobile Apps, Cloud Data Drives, VDI etc. poses much bigger challenge on Security, Identity and App Access Mgmt., Mobile App Mgmt., device support, desktop mgmt. etc. Though there are several silo solutions in the market addressing parts of these problems; with Horizon Suite release VMware IT is on a journey addressing these end-to-end enterprise needs.
This is an illustrative case study of how VMware IT implemented Horizon Suite to entire VMware workforce. We will illustrate how we formulized the program, architecture, and deployment and achieved secure delivery of data, applications and desktops in single unified workspace to more than 15000 users that can be accessed from any device or via a browser and how this implementation allowed VMware IT to deliver the freedom that end-users want with the safety and control IT needs.Vishesh Nirwal - Senior Application Security Engineer, VMware Andrew Hawthorn - Sr. Product Marketing Manager, VMware Bhavin Mathia - Technical Manager, vmware Inc.
EUC5211 - Quantifying the Business Value of VMware Horizon ViewVMware Horizon View Virtual Desktop solution can provide significant cost savings and IT manageability improvements by consolidating a vast number of supported end points onto a centralized service providing platform. According to Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) primary research, more than 70% of organizations that have implemented desktop virtualization have seen real, measurable costs savings with roughly a 60% reduction in hardware, software, and administration costs. When selecting a VMware View solution, organizations must understand the total infrastructure costs to make the right investment decision. They must also implement a robust framework for HVD solution assessment and deployment. This session will cover the infrastructure costs and the tangible business benefits of the VMware View Desktop Virtualization solution.Ridwan Huq - Group Product Marketing Manager, VMware
EUC5238 - Horizon Workspace: Data Deep DiveHorizon Workspace changes the way users collaborate within the enterprise with its on-premise Data offering but it also presents a new challenge for IT Admins, Architects and operational IT teams as it's a new platform to design, implement and operate. In this session you will learn the Architecture of Horizon Workspace Data and the components involved. We will dig deep into the core of how the Data appliances work and how you monitor and operate the solution. Scaling and operating Horizon Workspace Data will also be covered and you will gain a deeper understanding of how to size based on VMware Reference Architecture to help you get started correctly and be able to scale and support future growth.Marcello Golfieri - Senior Technical Support Engineer, VMware Rasmus Jensen - EUC Architect, VMware
EUC5249 - PCoIP: Sizing For SuccessBaffled by the PCoIP sizing minefield that accompanies an Horizon View deployment? No idea where to start? Join Chuck and Simon as they give an introduction to PCoIP, helping you understand important characteristics of the protocol that need to be considered when sizing for PCoIP. The session will then guide you through the critical steps required to optimize, measure and calculate PCoIP bandwidth requirements tailored to your environment.Chuck Hirstius - Staff Engineer, VMware Simon Long - Senior Architect, Canopy
EUC5282 - Transforming Clinical Care and Productivity with ‘Mobile Medical Workspace’ and VMware Horizon SuiteThis session will provide a unique customer perspective on transforming clinical care and productivity with Mobile Medical Workspace and VMware Horizon Suite.
We will provide a use case, sharing the quantifiable benefits of true mobile working in improving clinical workflow at the actual point of care, where it matters most.
Demonstrating instant accessibility of information - anywhere, anytime - regardless of device, along with true session persistence, this session will detail real-life Healthcare benefits to critical business processes across clinical workflow and medical applications.Tracy Doucet - Director, innov8 Ian Smith - Director, Innov8
EUC5291 - Horizon View Troubleshooting: Looking under the HoodAttend one of the most popular EUC session at VMworld! Learn from VMware's best field troubleshooters on how to identify common and key issues with VMware View.Matt Coppinger - Architect / Snr. Manager, VMware Jack McMichael - Sr. Consultant, VMware