A little about me…

Stephane Asselin, with his 22 years of experience in IT, is a Senior Architect in the End-User Computing business unit at VMware. In his recent role, he had national responsibility for Canada for EUC planning, designing, and implementing virtual infrastructure solutions and all processes involved. At VMware, Stephane works with Lighthouse accounts such as Honda, Toyota, Coca-Cola and other helping them successfully architect and deploy all solutions of the End-User Computing portfolio. He has worked on EUC presales activities, internal IP, and also acted as a technical specialist lead on beta programs. He has also done work as a subject matter expert for Horizon Workspace, View, Mirage, vCenter Operations Manager, App Volumes, UEM and ThinApp projects. Previously, he was with Computer Associates as a senior systems engineer, where he worked on enterprise monitoring presales activities and as a technical specialist. As a senior consultant at Microsoft, he was responsible for the plan, design, and implementation of Microsoft solutions within major provincial and federal government, financial, education, and telcos.
In his current role in the EUC business unit at VMware, he’s one of the resources developing enablement materials for all products of the Horizon Suite and technical documentation for training. Knowledge transfer to customers is a key element of his cur-rent role. Stephane has co-produced whitepapers such as “VMware Horizon Mirage Branch Office Reference Architecture” and “Horizon Workspace Reference Architecture.”. He co-authored a book on building the End-User services and he blogs on the popular website

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  1. Horizon Workspace – Technical Hands-on Video Series | virtualdruMarch 22, 2013 at 21:19Reply

    […] Stephane Asselin and I have been working on a new way to disseminate information about Horizon Workspace. We decided to try sliderocket as the delivery vehicle for the technical content. […]

  2. Upgrading App Volumes Templates | vDelboy'sViewMarch 17, 2015 at 12:38Reply

    […] I would like to thank my good friend and colleague Stephane Asselin for contributing to this blog. To read more about Stephane please see his blog here […]

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