Desktop Virtualization

Desktop Virtualization covers VDI (centrally hosted desktops), Desktops as a Service (DaaS), desktop virtualization via client side hypervisors, and shared server technologies. Major areas of focus include when and where centralized desktop offerings are appropriate and not appropriate,|how management of remote desktops combined with management of mobile devices leads to a better managed and more productive end user computing environment, how to deliver the performance that end users require, and the impacts of using remote desktop technologies upon organizational security. Covered products and vendors include the VMware Horizon Suite, Horizon View, Horizon Mirage, VMware ThinApp, Citrix XenServer, Citrix XenApp, Citrix XenClient, and Microsoft Remote Data Services.

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Hail the Microsoft RDS CAL-more than just a renamed TS CAL

September 9, 2009
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The Microsoft TS CAL has become the Microsoft RDS CAL. The change is not only in name, but in functionality and price. The most important new offering is the inclusion of an App-V license. This will make introducing Application Virtualization in Presentation Server more cost effective and may also impact on the choice of Application…

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Is Desktop Virtualization the Key to an Effective Windows 7 Migration?

September 8, 2009
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Layered operating system, application, personalization, and user data management approaches will be key to the migration to Windows 7 in the enterprise. Vendors like RingCube, MokaFive, Tranxition, Wanova and Unidesk should be investigated along with desktop virtualization initiatives as enterprises migrate to Windows 7.

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News: Tranxition enters Virtualization Personalization Market with AdaptivePersona

August 24, 2009
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News: Tranxition enters Virtualization Personalization Market with AdaptivePersona

Today, Tranxition announced a new product, AdaptivePersonna™ that Tranxition will be marketing and selling to end user customers through its own sales channels. AdaptivePersona, like other solutions in this space from vendors like AppSense and RTO Software separates the users personality from the operating system and the application, allowing the personality to be separately virtualized…

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Rampant Innovation in Desktop Virtualization

July 8, 2009
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Rampant Innovation in Desktop Virtualization

While server virtualization has largely settled down into a slugfest between VMware (vSphere), Microsoft (Hyper-V) and to a lesser extent Citrix (XenServer), and Red Hat (KVM), the desktop virtualization field remains wide open, and is being targeted by numerous startups with highly creative and appealing solutions. While VMware (View), and Citrix (XenDesktop) certainly represent the…

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Virtualization Personalization – RTO Software and Appsense

June 20, 2009
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Virtualization Personalization (Windows Profile Management and the management of all user customization data) is a problem increasing in market scope (XenApp, fat client desktops, and VDI), technical scope (profiles, group policies, unique user settings, unique user customizations in applications, and unique user settings in the OS), leading both AppSense and RTO to invest heavily in…

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Liquidware Labs Addresses VDI Assessments with New Performance Metrics

June 15, 2009
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Liquidware Labs is focuses upon defining a methodology (Assess-->Design-->Deploy-->Manage) for VARs and service providers to use in VDI projects, and upon providing a toolkit that implements much of this methodology in software.

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TechMentor

May 29, 2009
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Welcome to The Virtualization Practice

May 29, 2009
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Welcome to the new analyst site, The Virtualization Practice, committed to analysis and commentary in cloud and virtualization spaces. Join us in this new endeavor.

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