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Ten steps to deployment success
Servers are the building blocks of your deployment, so make sure those are up to date and ready for the VDI workload. Plus, determine which remote display protocol is compatible with your environment and lock down the user endpoints. Read Now
It takes more than sleight of hand to make a VDI deployment go smoothly. Fortunately, there are lots of ways to ensure success: Pay attention to your applications, stagger your rollout and right-size your storage system, to name a few.
You may not be able to pull a rabbit out of a VDI server, but you can get on the right track with the resources in this guide. Plus, learn some tips from shops that have overcome some of the most common VDI deployment challenges.
1Overcoming VDI deployment challenges
Of course, a VDI deployment is never without its hang-ups. You might run into bandwidth restrictions, low storage capacity or an inability to scale. Learn some ways to break down these VDI deployment challenges and set your strategy straight.