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Server-based virtual desktop infrastructure holds the promise of giving organizations a simpler way of managing PCs, a task that remains one of the IT professional’s most laborious duties. While reliability has held back adoption, VDI technology is maturing—as well as becoming both less costly and less complicated to deploy. Vendors and advocates say performance is not the sticking point it once was. This handbook will explore the best practices for achieving reliable VDI performance, including how to prepare a network for a heavier load, capitalizing on VDI’s security benefits, creating an effective storage architecture and handling applications. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Best practices in virtual desktop infrastructure
- Virtualizing applications: How to choose
- Pros and cons of shared storage for VDI
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Weighing storage options for VDI
Don't make assumptions about how to best architect storage for your virtual desktop infrastructure -- plan carefully by weighing the pros and cons of...
Storage hardware for VDI
Virtual desktops require a lot of storage. Here are some hardware-based storage products and storage appliances that may work well in your VDI ...
Architecting storage for virtual desktop environments
Virtual desktop infrastructure can be extremely demanding of I/O. And while you can reduce I/O overhead by providing each virtual desktop with ...