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Jason Ventresco

Jason Ventresco is a 14-year veteran of the IT field, currently working for EMC2 as a Principal Solutions Engineer. In this role, he architects, builds, and tests the latest end user computing solutions to validate their performance and provide guidance to EMC2 customers and partners. Jason previously worked as a member of the Global Infrastructure team for FHI 360, and as an IT consultant for WorkSmart and Xerox Global Services. He has also published the book, Implementing VMware Horizon View 5.2, Packt Publishing.

Jason lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with his wife Christine and daughter Amanda. He holds two degrees, a Master of Science in Information Assurance from Norwich University, and a Bachelors of Science in Information Technology from the University of Phoenix. In his free time, he likes to travel, ride his WaveRunner, and is a Carolina Hurricanes season ticket holder. You can follow him on Twitter at @jasonventresco.

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HASH(0x9429fa44) out of 5 stars Beginners only (and then beware) 24 Feb. 2014
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I bought this as we have been back and forth on some best practices for view deployments for our customers. To say I am disappointed is an understatement. While the authors qualifications seem excellent, their idea what constitutes View "designs and best practices" leave much to be desired. Every subject is barely touched upon and when we get to something that is important, it leaves you wanting for more info. One example: The author tells you he will discuss deploying Persona Management, then has 2 pages discussing what it is and not how to do it... Save your money, read the VMware View documentation or a few of the really good blogs out there by the likes of Simon Long or Andre Leibovici.
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Super short overly simplistic. Barely touches any topics. In short, don't bother (thank goodness I bought this for only $5 or I'd really be pissed.) If you own the previous book on 5.2 don't bother with this. It's a rehash with very little additional information.
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