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Ready to start VDI capacity planning? Prove it

Planning VDI capacity can be challenging and confusing. See if you have what it takes to plan for factors such as remote access and future changes.

When IT builds a VDI deployment, it's important to plan for how much memory, processing, network and storage the organization needs.

It may seem safer to invest in excessive capacity to ensure that users' desktops are never short on resources, but this can lead to significant overspending on hardware IT doesn't really need. To understand its VDI capacity planning needs, IT must know its resource requirements at peak usage times, what programs its users work with and more.

Take this VDI capacity planning quiz to determine if you understand the ins and outs of resource allocation and other capacity considerations.

This was last published in June 2018

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