Whether you virtualize desktops or critical business applications, the dynamics and complexities of virtualized environments can cause significant performance and user experience issues that can diminish the benefits of virtualization and risk interruption of critical business processes. The toughest performance problems are the ones where users call and complain that "my application is slow". IT administrators often struggle to determine the root-cause of the problem and restore service levels: Is it the application server?
It was the best of times, it was the worst of time. As organizations of all sizes and professions embark on their cloud journey they may face many concerns on which cloud and what workloads to move to the cloud. This session will address that journey and how Citrix and Microsoft are poised to meet organizations wherever they are on the great cloud migration.
Don’t miss VMware’s global, online event, VMware Cloud Briefing, streaming to your device Tuesday, June 4 at 8 AM PT. With key insights from VMware CEO, Pat Gelsinger, and leading industry visionaries, we’re sharing our insider’s look into the forces shaping the cloud today, to help you build a more powerful digital architecture tomorrow.
In spite of the clear success of the hyperscale public cloud providers, many organizations – due to cost, control, refactoring complexity and data sovereignty issues – are choosing to host many workloads with regional cloud service providers (CSP), in colocation/interconnection facilities or to simply keep workloads on-premise. These data center operators, whether xSP or enterprise, typically already manage multiple data centers today. With the growth of IoT and edge compute on the horizon, they need to prepare to deploy and manage 10’s if not 100’s of mini- and micro-data centers in the future.