Virtual desktop infrastructure can be extremely demanding of I/O. And while you can reduce I/O overhead by providing each virtual desktop with sufficient RAM, you can't reduce it to the point that it becomes a non-issue.
This e-book will explain how to prepare your VDI storage infrastructure to deal effectively with the various I/O issues that can occur. Learn more about storage strategies and how to make shared storage work.
About the AuthorBrien Posey - Contributor
Brien Posey is a seven-time Microsoft MVP. He has published ... Read More
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Don't make assumptions about how to best architect storage for your virtual desktop infrastructure -- plan carefully by weighing the pros and cons of...
Virtual desktops require a lot of storage. Here are some hardware-based storage products and storage appliances that may work well in your VDI ...
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- Differences between desktop and server virtualization
- Consider mobility, virtual desktop access before zero client rollout
- Plan for rollouts -- and rollbacks -- for zero client firmware updates
- Zero client configuration doesn't allow special snowflakes
- How GPU virtualization options from VMware, Citrix differ
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Chapter 3 explores the post-rollout steps for an organization that has adopted zero clients. Once they are in place, IT needs to know how to manage ...
Learn about the latest options for VDI platforms and get an overview of the vendors and products that IT has to choose from. Also, get more ...
This chapter looks at the major considerations in making a final decision on whether to move an organization's desktops to zero clients. Cost, return...