E2EVC: Cool things you didn't know you can do with FSLogix

Posted by Brandon Lee on Feb 13, 2018 1:32:47 PM

Beers and Technology - is there anything better? In November of 2017 at E2EVC Barcelona, Dr. Benny Tritsch and Jim Moyle presented their session "Cool things you didn't know you can do with FSLogix." 

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Topics: E2EVC, Office 365, FSLogix Apps

Presented a session at E2EVC in Orlando, Florida on RDS, ARM, JSON and stroopwafels!

Posted by Freek Berson on Jun 23, 2017 11:32:18 AM

Last week, right after Citrix Synergy, Alex Cooper hosted yet another awesome edition of the Experts 2 Experts Virtualization conference (E2EVC) in Orlando, Florida! If you’re not familiar with the event, please check out e2evc.com. It’s a vendor neutral, virtualization conference focusing on all that is related to End User Computing covering topics like RDS, VDI, RemoteApp, Application Virtualization and munch more. Sessions are presented by the community, and because of the vendor neutral approach, you’ll see a good mix of sessions related to Microsoft, Citrix, VMWare, Parallels and many other products as well.

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Topics: Citrix, RDS, E2EVC, Application Virtualization, Azure, ARM, JSON, Azure IaaS

After E2EVC is Before E2EVC

Posted by Benny Tritsch on Jun 8, 2015 8:17:44 PM

About a week ago I returned back home form the Expert to Expert Virtualization Conference (E2EVC) in Hong Kong – and in about a week I will be speaking at E2EVC in Berlin. For those of you who don’t know E2EVC, it’s an independent community event initiated and organized by Alex Juschin (@E2EVC). It’s original name was PubForum and it first started in 2003 with just four terminal server geeks meeting in a pub and sharing deep technical insights of what was called server-based computing at the time.

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Topics: Citrix, E2EVC, VMware

My Synergy and E2EVC Highlights

Posted by Benny Tritsch on Jun 2, 2014 2:35:00 PM

Over the last couple of days, I attended Citrix Synergy in Anaheim and E2EVC in Los Angeles. Six days packed with great information about cloud and remoting technology – and hanging out with the virtualization community folks. Here’s what I think were the most interesting things I learned.

The Synergy keynote was delivered by Mark Templeton and he opened his session with the announcement that Intel will be adding GPU cores to their CPUs, allowing for rich application services. Wow, what a start! Only four weeks after Ruben, Shawn and I published our whitepaper on GPU-accelerated graphics remoting, this technology gets so much love.

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Topics: E2EVC, GPU, Synergy, Hyper-V

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