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Schedule_DeepDive_2010: Perceived Performance in a Virtual World

Title

Perceived Performance in a Virtual World 

Location

MPR B 

Time

14:00 

Notes

Tim Mangan created the concept of "Perceived Performance" in his ground-breaking whitepaper of the same name in 2003.  That work, which looked at the impact, causes, and measurement of performance in a remote world (then Terminal Services/Citrix) is now updated to include the effects of Server/Desktop Virtualization and new technology in general.
 
In this session, you will learn how performance issues affect users perception of performance in ways that the "traditional texts" on performance do not address.
 
Then we will review the latest test results for performance impacts of using Hyper-V, XenServer, and Esx/VSphere for Terminal Server and VDI loads.

Speaker

Tim Mangan 

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2010_Mangan_Perceived_Performance.pptx    
Created at 12/1/2009 3:46 PM  by SAM\Tim.Mangan 
Last modified at 1/22/2010 11:26 AM  by SAM\Tim.Mangan