User Share: Deploying Win10MU with Azure DevOps, Terraform and Packer

Deploying Win10MU with Azure DevOps, Terraform and Packer

Tuesday, May 11

At the moment, terms such as DevOps, SCRUM, Infrastructure-as-Code, WVD, Cloud, etc. are all hot in the End User Computing market. Many organizations are on the eve of, or are busy with, the migration from a traditional management or project organization to an agile organization. But what does such a transition entail?

In this session, Rick Stijnman (Architect at Rabobank) will explain the journey from a traditional management organization to a SCRUM / DevOps approach.

In addition, Patrick van den Born will explain the DevOps idea of rolling out the Windows 10 Multi User environment on Azure. Here you will learn how Infrastructure-as-Code (Terraform) and Image-as-Code (Packer) can be deployed via Azure DevOps.

Discussion includes live Q&A with attendees.


Patrick van den Born, CTPPatrick van den Born, CTP

Patrick van den Born is an independent senior consultant and IT architect. As a senior consultant, he is responsible for designing, leading and implementing End User Computing projects. With 19 years of experience he is able to translate business-needs to IT-needs. Patrick has a primary focus on Citrix End User Computing, NVIDIA GRID Technology and cloud computing, but has also knowledge about VMware and Microsoft technologies. Due to this knowledge, Patrick is involved in advice, design and troubleshoot projects.

Patrick is active in the community presenting at various events. Patrick is also a member of TeamRGE and GO-EUC. Citrix has awarded Patrick with the Citrix Technology Professional status.

Rick Stijnman

Rick Stijnman is Solution Engineer / Architect for Rabobank (Dutch bank). His focus is on Citrix, Azure DevOps and Cloud Engineering.

Rick has a broad skillset with Citrix Microsoft Azure, GCP, AWS, Office 365, VDI and virtualization. Rick is currently helping teams to transform into agile DevOps teams.

Presented by CUGC, this webinar is free for all attendees.

Stephanie Boozer