Desktop Virtualization in a Multi-Cloud World 




VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) is a technology used to create a virtualized desktop environment on a remote server setup. VDI segments the servers into various virtual desktops that users can access remotely through their devices.



The Lead Field Technologist at VMware reports that 39% of companies consider a hybrid cloud model a must-have for their business. Whether it is due to a desire to maintain business continuity, a migration of applications to the cloud, remote work on the rise, and/or data centers reaching capacity, hybrid-cloud is the most desired data solution.


VMware Horizon Service Control Plane plugs into Azure as well as on-prem allowing companies a versatile and intelligent solution for storing data. In this session, speaker Brian Madden will discuss the future of VDI and how companies can utilize the Horizon Service Control Plane.

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Bradley Kerstetter


Speaker: Bradley Kerstetter

Position: Solution Architect, Zones

Background: Bradley Kerstetter brings a decade of experience in EUC technology including traditional PC computing, tablets, and smartphones. As a technology expert, his objective and passion are to help companies achieve their End User Computing goals.

Brian Madden's posts on VMware Digital Workspace Tech Zone


Speaker: Biran Madden

Position: Lead Field Technologist, VMware

Background: Brian has worked in IT industry for 25 years and is a published author covering topics ranging from VDI specialties and Desktop as a Service.