If you’ve ever deployed or even considered deploying Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), chances are you ‘ve read a blog, watched a video, heard a podcast or seen a session with at least one of our guests. That’s right, this week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast, it’s the Year of VDI. We start by sharing a conversation we had in VMworld US with authors of the book VDI Design Guide Johan van Amersfoort and Marco van Baggum. Then we finish up with arguably the most authoritative VDI voice in the industry, Brian Madden. Brian has spent over 20 years in IT, mostly focused on the future of end-user computing at the enterprise level. He’s currently the Lead Field Technologist in VMware’s End-User Computing office of the CTO. Prior to that, he was known as the creator of BrianMadden.com & BriForum, as well as the author of 6 books and over 2000 articles.
2:50 Johan van Amersfoort and Marco van Baggum
12:30 Brian Madden
40:00 Top vBlog 2018 voting is underway.
- Johan’s Book: VDI Design Guide
- Johan’s Blog: Bearded VDI Junkie
- Marco’s Blog: vMBaggum.nl
- Brian Madden’s Blog: Brian Madden the Person
- Brian’s former site: brianmadden.com
- Brian’s Book: The VDI Delusion
It’s time to vote for the Top vBlogs and Podcasts of 2018. If you like what you hear we would appreciate your vote.
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