I’m an End User Computing (EUC) and Cloud Technical Architect / Consultant with a passion for delivering solutions that are innovative, resilient and most importantly great for the end user to work on and use.

I have over 20 years experience in the industry and having worked with a variety of companies I have a wealth of experience with End User Computing (EUC) and Cloud technical architecture, design. I have a particular focus on the Citrix and Nutanix technology stacks.

I am a Citrix Technology Professional and am extremely proud to be part of what I consider to be a passionate, driven and community focused group of hugely talented people.

I am also part of the Nutanux NTC program.  Nutanix are one of the most community focused vendors I have worked with and this group is, yet again, hugely talented and community focused.  Not to mention they get to work with one of the best products I know of in the market!  Along with this I have the Nutanix Platform Professional Certification.


I am also a Citrix User Group Community Special Interest Group Leader for the Networking SIG along with 4 other fellow Citrix CTP’s.  The aim is to provide the community access to Citrix Networking specific information direct from the Citrix product teams and provide a go to place for all things networking.  Click the image below if you want to join the SIG.


I hold the following Citrix qualifications.


I am also one of the featured IT Community Authors on dabcc.com – you can find out more about that by clicking the link below


If you want to reach out for questions or consultancy work please either drop me an email dave@bretty.me.uk or reach out to me on Twitter @dbretty

Specialities: Citrix, VMware, Nutanix and Microsoft virtualisation technologies. AppSense UEM and performance products. Citrix, VMware, Microsoft and Amazon cloud deployment, automation and life cycle management technology. Architecture, design, deployment and pre-sales from small to large enterprise engagements.


All opinions and publications on this blog / website are my own and not that of my employer.  Where possible I will validate that all guides are technically accurate and easy to follow.