Posts Tagged ‘ VMware View ’

Virtual Desktop Patching and Data Protection

April 23, 2013
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Data Protection and patch management of virtual desktops, while not a sexy topic, is one that should happen on a regular basis within any organization implementing or working to implement virtual desktops. Recently, we have been testing virtual desktop software and there is a huge difference between patching and protecting data in a small number…

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VDI Stall: VDI Appliances solve the hardware problem so, what next?

January 23, 2013
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DesktopVirtualization

We've discussed the fact that VDI appliance makers were making good progress simplifying adoption of a virtual desktop infrastructure. An appliance-based route to market can be seen as win-win: being designed both to reduce cost and complexity of implementation (for the customer) and shorten sales cycles (for the vendor). So goes the theory. To understand…

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Greenbytes Addresses VDI IO Without Changing Your Storage

December 27, 2012
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Implementing virtual desktops has often required a different thinking about storage and is heavily focused on lowering number of IOPS to provide the best desktop experience. Greenbytes appliances target to reduce costs and improve user performance.

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Nimdesk: A DIY View on VDI-in-a-Box?

December 19, 2012
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NimDesk claim they have the simplest and most affordable desktop virtualization for business of any size today. At a headline $99 cost per user for a perpetual license, what can the Nimdesk software and hardware appliances achieve and how do these compare against existing solutions in this space?

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vSTAC R2, Pivot3′s Next Generation VDI Appliance – the sub-$200 desktop virtual desktop is here?

October 12, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

Pivot3 have made vStac R2 simpler to implement, more scalable and drive further savings than its predecessor. Headline features include utilising VMware View Storage Accelerator allowing reduced hardware costs, performance increases with more memory and updated processors allowing greater VM density, and networking options that can enable adoption by a wider SMB market. With vStac…

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Desktop Management as a Service

October 11, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

As desktop virtualization technologies evolve, Desktop-Management-as-a-Service may supersede DaaS as the preferred solution for many small businesses.

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Appliance Makers Simplify VDI Adoption

September 18, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

The growing availability of prepackaged appliances is making VDI increasingly attractive for customers who value the benefits of VDI. It is not only customers that benefit from this increased simplicity, smaller system integrators lack the appropriate skills to size and sell complex in VDI infrastructure environments can take advantage of these appliance-based solutions to compete…

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VMworld 2012: Dell grows VDI Services

September 7, 2012
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In the face of declining PC revenues and slowing storage sales VMworld San Francisco saw the launch of two new Wyse P Class Zero Clients, two new EqualLogic hybrid storage arrays and three new reference architectures optimized for VMware View, signaling a clear intent from Dell that it is getting serious about VDI.

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Teradici to knock out XenApp – or receive a bloody nose like everyone else?

September 5, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

Microsoft RDSH service grows ever more feature rich, Citrix XenApp is still a de facto standard although there are many RDSH tools available today. The goal for vendors is to make the delivery of applications and workspaces simple and efficient - in terms of time and resources. To integrate VDI and RDSH together and blend…

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