Free Webinar 23rd Feb 2016: HP, NVIDIA and VMware – Avoiding VDI Pitfalls: Learn from the Experts

Jason has done thousands of real world VDI accelerated by GPU technologies and trains many of NVIDIA’s staff – The guru!

Just a quick blog to let you know NVIDIA’s very own vGPU/graphics/VDI guru, Jason Southern will be on a panel of similar experts for an interactive webinar hosted by Windows IT Pro.

It should be a brilliant opportunity to ask Jason and experts from VMware and HP in-depth questions about deployments. Even if you aren’t sure you can make it – do sign-up as you’ll probably get a recording! I’ve blogged about Jason’s work and brilliant how-to-videos before, so you can check out his credentials in advance from links on my blog, here!

Having the full-stack of experts with deep technical knowledge, as well as the interactive nature should make this special. To have server, GPU and VMware solutions engineers and experts in one place really will cover all your questions and give you the full picture!

The Details

Tuesday, February 23rd at 12pm ET / 5PM UK

Despite the maturity of VDI, today’s environments still come with problems and challenges. The good news is VDI has been around long enough that someone has already come across a problem you may face with your deployment.

So, why not learn from the mistakes of others rather than making your own?

In this very interactive webinar, join industry experts from HP, NVIDIA, and VMware, as they discuss their experiences, take questions from you, and share best practices to avoid VDI pitfalls. Well discuss everything from roll out, to PC end-of-life, to application management, to the cloud, and anything in between.

Come be a part of the conversation and learn the best ways to deploy and maintain VDI and how to avoid common problems.

Register Now >>>> HERE!


Jason training partners on NVIDIA technologies, last month in Amsterdam!


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