Posts Tagged ‘ Remote Desktop Services ’

Application/Desktop Virtualization: The Big Three and … ?

June 26, 2014
By
ApplicationVirtualization

When you think of application or desktop virtualization, you likely think about “The Big Three”: Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop, VMware Horizon View, and Microsoft Remote Desktop Services. Without a doubt, these three vendors comprise the majority of the mindshare and market share.

Read more »

Performance Management for Desktop Virtualization (VDI) and Presentation Virtualization (SBC)

Performance Management for Desktop Virtualization (VDI) and Presentation Virtualization (SBC)

Ovum’s research found that desktop virtualization currently represents approximately 15% of the business PC market. However, this figure is dominated by the Presentation Virtualization model (12%), typically used in call datacenter-type environments, and has been for the last 10 years. If PV/terminal services are excluded, the next generation of solutions aimed at CIOs, from the…

Read more »

Is Running Terminal Services on a Hypervisor Viable?

February 18, 2010
By

Project Virtual Reality Check have released their Phase 2 white paper on Terminal Server/RDS workloads running on the latest generation Intel processor: the Xeon 5500 series (Nehalem). Besides providing some great figures to support the adoption of Intel’s Nehalem to drive high demand virtualized workloads, this is an interesting and important comparison document for those…

Read more »

Presentation Virtualization Solutions Whitepaper

January 29, 2010
By
PresentationVirtualization

In The Virtualization Practice's new whitepaper - Presentation Virtualisation Solutions - we look to give you a summary of what benefits Presentation Virtualization can bring to your enterprise.

Read more »

XenDesktop 4 Too Expensive?

October 8, 2009
By

XenDesktop's initial marketing placement caused confusion, the latest release gives a greater flexibility and introduces new innovation. The latest release better provides for a flexible VDI offering - allowing access to XenApp technologies in one per named user license. Yet, depending on your environment - this can be at a hefty cost, massively increasing the…

Read more »

Featured Solutions