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TechEd North America 2014: Come See Me Talk About App-V 5 Sizing and Capacity Planning


Yes, it is time for another shameless plug. If you plan on attending TechEd North America this year (in warm Houston, Texas May 12-16) please make sure to clear your schedule on Thursday afternoon so you can see my presentation on App-V 5 Sizing: Planning and Designing a Highly Available, Scalable, and Resilient Management and Delivery System.

2:45 PM – Thursday May 15th

This presentation will discuss Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) 5.0 infrastructure design and lessons learned from a series of customer deployments. Topics will include

  • Management and Reporting Server Design
  • Shared Content Store Placement/Replication
  • Publishing Server Placement
  • Load Balancing Options
  • Rapid Scale-Out Solutions
  • Sizing Calculations
  • Data Store Capacity Planning

Examples for using Windows PowerShell to automate and bridge product gaps are demonstrated. Use cases discussed include Published Desktops vs. Applications, VDI Density, and IOPS/Application Footprint Reduction.

The session will be recorded for Channel 9 but come on, don't you want to be there in person? Especially since we can head on over to the party afterwards!🙂

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  1. CodyLambert
    November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Will be there!

  2. Thomas Rysgaard
    March 12, 2014 at 8:38 pm

    See you there!🙂

  3. Vojin Lekovic
    March 13, 2014 at 1:43 am

    Will be there!

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