Last week the 30th edition of the Experts 2 Experts Virtualization Conference (E2EVC) took place in Leopardstown, Dublin and was named the EPIC edition. This event is founded and hosted by Alex Cooper and his crew. If you’re not familiar with the event check out e2evc.com for more details. In many ways this is not your average IT event. To give you an idea, E2EVC was previously called PubForum :)! Alex does a great job in making this a great experience for everyone, short session time slots allow for many speakers to present their topics and E2EVC also arranges fun evening activities.
At this year’s Dublin 2016 edition I presented a session on Azure RemoteApp together with fellow RDS MVP Benny Tritsch. Our session was called “Azure RemoteApp – Past, Present & future”, the more important subtitle however was “Let’s talk ARA Use Cases!”. For this session we decided to not only present all of the awesome stuff of Azure RemoteApp but also cover the current limitations and pitfalls you need to be aware of when taking an Azure RemoteApp environment into production. We covered several real-life use cases based on our own experience and presented what we had learned from these projects. Based on these use cases we educated the audience on scenarios that are suited for Azure RemoteApp and also scenarios that are not suited or very challenging.
Because of our approach, the session became very interactive and we received many great questions! The session was very well received, we had a great time and after the session we received great feedback in person as well as on twitter.
Thanks to everyone who attended our session, we appreciate the interaction, questions and feedback! I would like to thank Alex Cooper & crew for hosting yet another great edition of the E2EVC event and also congratulate them with this 30th edition! (@PinkVegasMonkey also joined us in Dublin, be sure to follow him on twitter )
If you have questions on Azure RemoteApp or if you need assistance with a design, PoC or implementation, feel free to reach out to either Benny or me and also be sure to check out rdsgurus.com.