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SpeakersForDeepDive2010: Kahuna, Microsoft MVP

FullName

Tim Mangan 

Last

Mangan 

First

Tim 

Title

Kahuna, Microsoft MVP 

Company

TMurgent 

IsSponsor

False 

Topic

Perceived Performance in a Virtual World 

Bio

Photo: Tim Mangan
Tim Mangan is the Founder of TMurgent Technologies and is a widely known expert in Application Virtualization.
 
Prior to launching TMurgent, Tim was with many software and/or hardware companies including Softricity, Sync Research, Tylink, Avanti Communications, Memotec, Teleglobe, Infinet, and ComputerVision.  Somewhere in between he also did consulting work for the WAN side of a major US bank.  At one point he was also the President of the Frame Relay Forum, an international consurtium of Communication Carriers, Vendors, and Users.
 
Tim speaks at many conferences and has been awarded by Microsoft as a "Most Valuable Professional for Terminal Services" in 2007 and for "Application Virtualization" in 2008 and 2009
 
Tim also currently serves as the Vice President of the Virtualization Boston User Group (www.virtg.com).

email

tmangan@tmurgent.com 

Phone

781-492-0403 

Contact History

 

Confirmed

Yes 

Target Audiences

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Description

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 Virtualization and new technology.
 
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.
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