Entries by Johan van Amersfoort

VMware Certified Design Expert Workshop

Tomorrow I will be attending the VMware Certified Design Expert Workshop in de Bilt near Utrecht. This workshop will be organized by Martijn Baecke from VMware Netherlands. The VCDX certification is the “top notch” certification in the virtualization industry, there are only around 190 VCDX certified people in the world. In this session I hope […]

ITQ & App Volumes

As we informed you earlier, VMware strives to be the global leader in End User Computing. With the current product suite, Horizon 6, VMware took a big step to secure this position. To further establish itself as the true leader in this area, VMware announced a number of new products earlier this year. One of these products […]

Project Fargo & App Volumes: Hans Klok meets EUC

In my previous blog about App Volumes, I mentioned how versatile App Volumes is. Again, the amount of use cases is endless. In End User Computing terms, we have a couple of use case categories that most users can be included in. The 2 mostly used ones are: Task Workers – Users that have the standard […]

AppVolumes: The next best thing after sliced bread

In this article I wrote a couple of months ago, one of VMware’s current goals is to become global market leader in Virtual Desktop Infrastructures (VDI). The Horizon Suite has evolved from just a virtual desktop to a complete End User Computing Experience with support for both the VDI as well as the local desktop. Numbers from […]

Horizon 6

Waarschijnlijk is het u niet ontgaan: VMware heeft met het uitbrengen van de Horizon 6 suite een nieuwe stap gezet in de End User Computing markt. De ontwikkeling van End User Computing Alles wat de eindgebruiker raakt, valt eigenlijk onder End User Computing (EUC). Te denken valt aan de fysieke computer (of notebook en tablet), […]

VMworld 2014 US; what’s new?

Yesterday, the long awaited VMworld 2014 US conference finally started. Every year the conference has a theme. This year’s theme is “No Limits“ and during the keynote, it was made clear why.   One of VMware’s main goals for 2014 is to extend their current suites and services to a new level of interoperability. Also, […]

Technical Update session 2014: SDS Part 1

On the 25th of June 2014, our virtualization unit hosted the yearly Technical Update session. The main goals of these sessions are to inform our clients regarding the latest technological developments in the area of datacenter virtualisation. This year, the following subjects were the main focus: Software Defined Performance with PernixData FVP Software Defined Storage […]