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VDI CONTEST: win a TrainSignal "VMware View 5 Essentials Training" 2 DVD Package

Hello all,
as I promised in one of my previous post I have - with the help of TrainSignal Staff - pulled together a free giveaway to 2 lucky winners. 

Here's the contest that starts now and finish at 11.59PM of March 16th 2012

Rules
1) comment (since now until 11.59PM of March 16th 2012) this post answering one or more of these questions about VDI (no matter the brand):
  • Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?
  • What are the most important features of VDI in your opinion?
  • What should be improved in VDI technologies that are now on the market?
Remember to put your email to be contacted in case you are one of the winners:.
Posts are moderated so they will appear as soon as I check them.


Prizes
2 x TrainSignal "VMware View 5 Essentials Training" 2 DVD Package at the first two winners.
There is no better answers: the two names will be extracted randomly among all the partecipants and the winners will be  announced March 20, 2012


Thank you and good luck!
cheers
\mf


34 comments:

JAndrews said...

Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?

It's the next big market for virtualization-related companies. The low-hanging fruit of server virtualization is long gone but VDI can drive revenues towards the future.

mwpreston said...

Why is VDI Important?

There is no doubt many different advantages to VDI, but the one that I currently see as being the most important to me is taking the green computing initiatives that saved us energy and $ through our server virtualization and applying that down to the desktop level (which there is many, many more of).

Mike Brown said...

What should be improved in VDI technologies that are now on the market?

Persona management. While there are great third party tools this is something I feel should be baked into VDI products, something better then what we have today with View Persona..

agmonr said...

Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?

Because it enables organizations centralized control over data for security reasons.

Dwight Boykin said...

Virtual Desktop technology is important nowadays because it offers orgarnizations increased flexibility and availability while providing end users with what they need to accomplish their duties. It enables organizations to leverage their server computing power/capabilities to extend these features to provide a localized look and feel for the end user. Users can reside anywhere in the world and can access an organization's system and acquire the same desktop experience as a user residing in any other location. Companies no longer have to worry about the computing power of the user's workstation since its handled on the server side. This reduces overall cost and allows organizations to focus on more pressing aspects of the business...jrboykin@gmail.com

Brian said...

Virtual desktops are important nowadays as it provides an easy secure method for remote working. With increased globalization, employees may not necessarily be located within one central location, or even in the same country.
The most important feature is the ability to easily manage and maintain security through centralized patch management and it allows organizations to keep all data in one central location.It also allows organizations to streamline their IT departments through more effective desktop support as engineers do not necessarily need to make onsite visits meaning less downtime.
In my opinion one thing that can be improved is increased support for peripheral USB devices such as printers and smartphones.

David Owen said...

Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?
- Its importance lies with the collaboration with technologies such as Unified Coms. VDI creates the possibility of having a screen (or 2) a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard and wireless headset on your desk with no other devices or wires. While the tech behind that is cool and innovative its the business benefits that drive the VDI concept.
What are the most important features of VDI in your opinion?
- Access from almost any device, access from anywhere, potential multi-tenant service provider hosted desktops.

What should be improved in VDI technologies that are now on the market?
- Desktop virtualisation aware applications that plug into the broker API and become more 'cloud' like. Currently just making Windows or linux virtual without proper application integration is inefficient and costly. It will also help on the route to integrate VDI into the cloud space.

Abdullah Abdullah said...

Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?

Virtualization as a whole has become the platform of the future, and as part of this innovation VDI has entitled itself as one of the grand benefits, mostly VDI technology brings heavenly peace to the administrators and brings solitude to the users in terms of "less nagging" and all in all the management cuts it costs by considerable percentages _if_properly_ deployed and given it's required budget.

What are the most important features of VDI in your opinion?

The most important thing is modularity, like code when it's modular the programmer can manipulate it in uncountable ways, this is the same thing with VDI technology, there is no limits to the flexibility you can gain and accomplish, rapid deployment and updates and solving glitches in mere the fractions of time, now that's power.

What should be improved in VDI technologies that are now on the market?

I believe mostly they should really coordinate with hardware manufacturers to get a complete solution.

aluciani said...

Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?

Security - Flexibility - Green IT - OS migrations - Management

Fourth Time Around said...

VDI is important to my company because we use it for testing our application. We can have multiple OSs and applications loaded on different desktops and since we are using non-persistent desktops, they get blown away each time and testers can start with a clean slate.

I would like to see some improvements with the offline desktop stuff. It still seems like a clunky solution if you wanted to go full-on VDI for users.

JasonB said...

What should be improved in VDI technologies that are now on the market?

I think VDI has to be able to handle the one off software installs and the department level software installs without the need for additional gold images.

There are third party solutions to do this. The currently solutions from citrix and vmware are too limiting.

VDI also needs to handle lower bandwidth 2-4 megs and higher latency better. I would love to be able to host VDI in the US for our China locations.

virtualization said...

Currently I work for Dell and thought your article on virtualization is quite impressive. I think Virtualization technology is software technology which uses a physical resource such as a server and divides it up into virtual resources called virtual machines (VM's).Virtualization allows users to consolidate physical resources, simplify deployment and administration, and reduce power and cooling requirements.

Pavvu said...

Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?

Now every small, medium and enterprise level companies are and have implemented Server, storage, network virtualization
but the amount of desktops in the company are more than what we spend on vmware license. By implementing VMware
virtual desktops companies can signficantly reduce the copex and opex.

What are the most important features of VDI in your opinion?

Data Security
Easier Management
Resource Pooling
Reduced Hardware Expenses
New desktops can be created and deployed quickly
In VDI technology, the client OS can be managed centrally.
Secure, remote access to desktops is easy.


What should be improved in VDI technologies that are now on the market?
Printers and scanners may not work out of the box on the client machines.
Resource-intensive applications like multimedia, do not perform satisfactorily when piped over a network.
Power users may feel frustrated due to significant reduction in user control over desktops

Pavvu said...

Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?

Now every small, medium and enterprise level companies are and have implemented Server, storage, network virtualization
but the amount of desktops in the company are more than what we spend on vmware license. By implementing VMware
virtual desktops companies can signficantly reduce the copex and opex.

What are the most important features of VDI in your opinion?

Data Security
Easier Management
Resource Pooling
Reduced Hardware Expenses
New desktops can be created and deployed quickly
In VDI technology, the client OS can be managed centrally.
Secure, remote access to desktops is easy.


What should be improved in VDI technologies that are now on the market?
Printers and scanners may not work out of the box on the client machines.
Resource-intensive applications like multimedia, do not perform satisfactorily when piped over a network.
Power users may feel frustrated due to significant reduction in user control over desktops

Mike Martino said...

•Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?

Everyone should be able to work from anywhere and any device and VDI is a conduit to that. Anywhere can just be people switching desks for the day or sitting in a meeting room working together. VDI frees people from physical machines and locations.

•What should be improved in VDI technologies that are now on the market?

Persona Management seems like it is improving, but still has a ways to go. Plus, getting support from MS (since that's what VDI is based on) is important. I know Forefront AV had an issue with persona management in VMware and that's going to be a pain if MS drags their feet.

Pavvu said...

•Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?

VDI is an alternative to traditional desktop computing. The concept behind is removing the desktop operating system
from a local computer and placing it in a shared hosting environment like a cloud hosting data center, relieves some of the costs associated with desktop support.

Virtual desktops enable businesses to centralize their desktop infrastructure in the data center, dramatically improving remote access while retaining workspace personality.

virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) provides customers with an integrated solution that includes all the necessary hardware and software.

What are the most important features of VDI in your opinion?

With VDI, clients can easily deploy a simplified virtualised environment that quickly delivers the information or
applications users need.

virtual machines are much easier to rebuild should something go wrong. Reimaging a physical system might take
several hours whereas creating a new virtual machine takes minutes.

End users can connect to the virtual destkops via a secure virtual private network (VPN) connection so that end
users information passes to and from the remote desktop in an encrypted format. This is a also good security feature
in VDI.secure connection between the remote client and the desktop operating system makes the service safe to use.

Instead of physical PC hardware end users will use ZERO client this saves in terms of budget for the physical PC
hardware, and also it saves up to 50 to 60 percent energy savings. And also the help desk cost can also be reduced
at 50 percent.

Desktop follows end users means if the user work in one office now and next week in another office the user will get
the same desktop. If the user is at different country also even then user will get the same desktop, same outlook and
same configuration. This works really great.

By Implementing security gateway with PCOIP support for home users and mobile users this enables access the same
coorporate desktop with all their data on it from nearly every computer in the world to bring the user more flexibility.

Hardware expenses will dimish as users can share resources allocated to them.
Simpler provisioning of new desktops.
Use of templates forces standarization.
Reduced downtime in the event of server or client hardware failures.
Lower cost of deploying new applications.
Desktop image-management capabilities.
Secure remote access to an enterprise desktop environment.
Longer refresh cycle desktops.


What should be improved in VDI technologies that are now on the market?
Some users feel that they loss of user autonomy but this is a serious gain for IT administrators.
Difficulty in running certain complex applications such as multimedia.
Increased downtime in the event of network failures.
Reliance on connectivity to corporate or public network.
This should be improved according to me.

Pavvu said...

With VDI, desktops are delivered quickly and reliably to any linked location. You control which devices are linked to a virtual machine (VM) -- controlling data management and reducing the potential loss of intellectual property (IP).

This setup also has a significant affect on the cost of each desktop, sometimes reducing it by as much as 40%. You can also reduce the number of images you must manage, especially when working with volatile PC images, or those that are created as needed when users log into the system. Patches and updates are also easier to apply since you often only need to update one core image.

VDI transforms the desktop lifecycle and reduces its number of components. Traditionally, you must procure, image, secure, deploy and then monitor, maintain, back up and retire your physical desktops. With VDI, you only need to generate the original image by creating a reference computer, use it as the core image for all systems, personalize it -- usually the VDI engine performs this -- and then monitor and update it. The desktop broker automatically retires the images when the user logs off.

You can provide centrally managed desktops to users on any endpoint device -- desktops, thin clients, Web clients and Pocket PCs or mobile phones.

You can provide centrally managed desktops to users on any endpoint device -- desktops, thin clients, Web clients and Pocket PCs or mobile phones.

Less time can be spent on endpoints -- actual physical PCs -- because they no longer need to be managed as tightly. These endpoints are only needed to provide a remote desktop connection to the virtual desktop.

Service-level agreements are only needed for the central desktop, not for the endpoint itself. Users can be administrators on the endpoints, but locked down on the virtual desktop.

You can create locked and encrypted virtual desktop images that can be time-controlled to meet specific requirements. For example, if you have a staff influx to meet a seasonal business need, you can generate time-controlled PC images for this time.

Keeping a virtual desktop inside the data center will secure information. This gives you more control over IP; you only need to lockdown the image you create so that it cannot access external devices. It's easier to maintain compliance when IP is stored centrally and does not leave the data center.

Complex or sensitive applications can be encapsulated and isolated into specific PC VMs to ensure proper operation. Therefore, the application does not need to interact or coexist with other applications.


Improvements in VDI:-
In VDI technologies network bandwidth is very important and if there is bit less network bandwidth user will get less performance. I recently spoke with an VMware engr from VDI team and he brought to me that in View 5 Network bandwidth performance is improved. Graphics is the biggest issue affecting network bandwidth in a virtual desktop environment.

What, exactly, is the network over which the mobile device is connecting? Is it WiFi? Is it the mobile network? The network over which a device is connecting has a significant impact on performance, particularly from the perspective of the end-user. It isn’t so much a question of whether or not the network is fat enough, it’s whether or not the external (read: out of IT control) network is fat enough, or fast enough.

VDI over the WAN: How latency affects virtual desktop performance.


Support for external devices such as scanners, printers and smart cards has also limited virtual desktop adoption, as has support for multiple monitors, bidirectional audio and video, streaming video and USB devices. Today the development of virtual desktop software has overcome most of those limitations.

By Pavvu
Email ID:- koolpavan007@gmail.com

virtualization technology said...

My name is Matt and I work for Dell. Your thoughts about virtualization technology are quite impressive. I think virtualization technology must be effectively implemented in IT. The information you shared with us is very useful. keep sharing such information.

Pavvu said...

VMware View 4 provides:
Simplified desktop provisioning and management with flexible on-demand provisioning.
User flexibility and rich user experience with always on access to applications and desktops from nearly any device.
Differentiated desktop SLAs including enterprise-class availability, disaster recovery, failover and scalability supporting tens of thousands of users across the enterprise.
Improved security and compliance through centralized management of security policies permissions and updates.
View provides highest Quality Desktop Experience.
VMware View with PC over IP (PCoIP) -- New adaptive display protocol specifically developed for virtual desktop delivery dynamically detects device type, network connections and locations providing the optimal desktop experience for each unique user scenario.
VMware View Display -- Multi-monitor, adaptive display support, resolution optimization for each monitor with an option to pivot and rotate the display output, supporting rich audio and video content with increased performance.
VMware View Direct -- Seamless mapping from the virtual desktop to the end users device for locally attached peripherals through USB connection for increased productivity.

VMware View Unified Access -- Continuous desktop availability with a single point of authentication for users to access -- VMware View environments, Windows Terminal Servers, Blade PCs or even remote physical PCs.


VMware View 4 also raises the bar for performance and scalability of desktops with
Industry-Leading Virtualization Platform -- VMware vSphere 4 will ensure scalability and consistent performance regardless of desktop loads and across peak usage periods, balancing resources and requirements for optimal performance, without disruption or downtime. Proven in the most demanding enterprise environments, vSphere will deliver unparalleled availability and business continuity for virtualized desktop environments, ensuring the highest level of performance without disruption to desktop users.

Pavvu said...

Scalable Desktop Management -- With VMware View 4, customers will be able to deploy and manage up to tens of thousands of desktops as a result of advancements in desktop brokering technology.

Partner Ecosystem Optimization -- VMware View takes advantage of unique optimization at the CPU, hardware, server and network levels to drive the highest performance, highest quality solutions. Partners also have provided reference architectures.

View Manager includes the following enhancements:

Performance Improvements - Login times are significantly improved and server utilization is reduced.
Automated LDAP Data and View Composer Database Backup - You can now configure automated backup of LDAP data and View Composer databases in View Administrator, enabling disaster recovery.
Client Information - Information about the client device that the end user is connecting from is now provided for the desktop session as registry settings. This enables customers to use third party tools or create custom scripts to map local printers to devices. The information available includes the device name, IP address, and MAC address.
Improved Logging - Debug logs are now enabled by default. Logging has been improved to provide more informational messages with minimal performance impact.
Edit Desktop Wizard Navigation - Improved wizard navigation enables you to quickly modify existing desktop pools.
USB Improvements - View 3.1 offers more reliable and broader device support with reduced bandwidth consumption. A separate TCP/IP stream is used.
Adobe Flash Bandwidth Reduction - The Adobe Flash bandwidth reduction feature improves end-user productivity when browsing Adobe Flash content.
Multi-Protocol Support - View Client can now use HP Remote Graphics Software (RGS) as the display protocol when connecting to HP Blade PCs, HP Workstations, and HP Blade Workstations. The connection is brokered by View Manager. HP RGS is a display protocol from HP that allows a user to access the desktop of a remote computer over a standard network. VMware View 3.1 supports HP RGS Version 5.2.5. VMware does not bundle or license HP RGS with View 3.1. Please contact HP to license a copy of HP RGS software version 5.2.5 to use with View 3.1. This release does not support HP RGS connections to virtual machines.

Pavvu said...

VMware View 4 is built upon VMware vSphere 4, the industry's leading virtualization platform. VMware vSphere 4 includes unique enhancements for desktop virtualization, delivering better performance and higher virtual machine densities to support demanding desktop environments on a minimum number of servers, reducing overall costs.

Desktop virtualization is an outstanding technology option that makes it easy for business’ IT infrastructure to grow as your business changes and expands. Scalability is an important factor in any IT investment, but desktop virtualization offers a variety of other benefits

VMware View(TM) to help customers deploy and operate virtual desktop environments faster and more efficiently. This helps customers better design, implement, and optimize their Infrastructure. Customers can also boost virtual desktop performance.
VMware View Composer, which is a component of VMware View, leverages linked clones technology, which helps control storage costs by reducing the storage needs for virtual desktops. VMware View Composer, a component of VMware View, leverages our linked clones technology, which helps control storage costs by reducing the storage needs for virtual desktops.

Desktop Virtualization Saves Time

Desktop Virtualization Saves Money

VMware View enables rapid adoption of virtualized desktops and establishing a desktop as a managed service model. VMware View is the industry's only purpose-built desktop virtualization solution, setting a new quality, cost and scale standard for desktop virtualization environments. Built on VMware vSphere™, the industry's leading virtualization platform, VMware View 4 is a complete desktop virtualization solution featuring a rich, flexible desktop user experience while delivering dramatic efficiency, security, performance, scalability and management improvements all while reducing desktop total cost of ownership by as much as 50 percent.

CHARO said...

***Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?

By installing desktops virtualization in place of a more traditional operating system,
network administrators can provide end users with ‘access anywhere’ capabilities and a familiar desktop experience,
while simultaneously heightening data security throughout the organization.


***What are the most important features of VDI in your opinion?
Because VDI hosts the desktop image in the data center, organizations keep sensitive data safe in the corporate data center—not on the end-user’s
machine which can be lost, stolen, or even destroyed.

• VDI effectively reduces the risks inherent in every aspect of the user environment.
• Desktops can be set up in minutes, not hours.
• Client PCs are more energy efficient and longer lasting than traditional desktop computers.
• Old and exisitng hardware can be used to access the latest operating systems without the need to refresh the client hardware.


***What should be improved in VDI technologies that are now on the market?
I believe that License is very high if we decided to adopt VDI in our environment these days.
Network bandwidth is a big challenge when we are implementing high number of virtual desktops.

Thank you and regards.

By Charbel Nemnom
E-mail: charbel.nemnom@gmail.com

Pavvu said...

Hi all,

Please let me know the information which I am updating is it helping some one as I have done lots of documentation on VDI I can still share some more valuable added points.

Regards,
Pavvu
Email ID:- koolpavan007@gmail.com

Amit Panchal said...

VDI Technology is important as we are finding needs to get 3rd parties access to internal resources as easily as possible. This also eliminates costs along the way.

Important features are scalability, end user feedback from performance and costs.

Improvements should be made to PCOIP to offer better experience over latency issues.

Email : apanchal24@hotmail.com

Michael said...

VDI Solutions are working for the most part, but you have two choices for clients:
- Thin clients which require imaging of their OS and updates as other features or networks are activated.
- Zero clients which add an additional layer of authentication and an additional possible bottleneck.

I've played with Pano, Wyse, HP, ClearCube, EVGA zero clients and each has their own inherent quirks.

My current lab has both Citrix XenDesktop 5.5 and VMware View 5. Both seem to do the job, View has less overhead in terms of broker and authentication servers.

Dominic Pedroza said...

Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?

Are you kidding me?!

If you are using a desktop computer, workstation at work or a laptop at home or work – you know that new ones come out as soon as you buy one. Not to mention the fact that you find laptops that are already configured with what the vendor or manufacturer thinks you should be using, not what is best, more efficient or the fastest. More times than not, you are provided with what someone else thinks is best for you, the user. The reality is only you the user knows what you want and if no one bothers to ask you, there can be a feeling of being trapped, having no options, or a feeling of resignation, which all tend to lead to the dreaded “buyer’s remorse.”
When you get the chance to use a virtual desktop, you finally get a “tuned” desktop experience that is similar to or better than the user experience that you see on the desktop or laptop from Dell, HP, IBM, Lenovo, Gateway, Fujitsu, Acer and on and on.

So, I would bet that you are saying, “Sure, buddy, what are you smoking? You are nuts!” I am not smoking anything and I am nuts, if “nuts” means fighting back the status quo to ensure that you get the best that technology has to offer.

Virtual desktops offer a “tuned” experience because architects design an infrastructure and solution from the operating system in the virtual desktop, be it Windows XP to Windows 7 and soon to be Windows 8, to the right amount of virtual CPUs (vCPUs), right amount of guest memory, disk IOPS, network IOPS and everything else that you wouldn’t want to know about. A talented VDI architect will consider every single component, like a structural architect, when designing a virtual desktop for a virtual desktop solution because the experience you have using the virtual desktop matters – there is no selling you on the experience “next time.” Chances are that if you have a negative experience the first time, you will never use a virtual desktop again, nor will you have anything good to say when the topic comes up at your neighborhood barbeque or pool party.

The virtual desktop is important because it will drive the adoption of heads up displays (HUD) in vehicles, at home and in the workplace, lighter and slimmer interface devices like the Apple iPad. I personally envision expandable OLED flex screens that will connect wirelessly to private or public cloud-based virtual desktops and I see desks in schools with touch-based (scratch-resistant) interface that will connect to private-cloud based virtual desktops. The virtual desktop is the next desktop frontier, leaving behind the antequated desktop experience that has been dictated to the consumer by vendors and manufacturers that simply do not give us what is wanted the first time – the best that technology has to offer.


Read more at my blog article addressing each of the questions:

http://www.idstorage.com/blog/2012/03/01/whyvdi

Reach me at dominic[dot]pedroza[at]idstorage[dot]com

Anonymous said...

Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays?
Because we save energy and with that we help to the envoriment.

Email: lsca.armandobh@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

What are the most important features of VDI?
A couple points come to mind on this topic. There needs to be an easy way to thin app an application to a vm, while allowing that vm to be non-persistent, AND still allowing the end users to install their own applications.
In other words, the OS should be non-persistent, but the applications assigned and individually installed should be persistent. What I am seeing in the field is that end users want to be able to install their own apps, but the IT departments want to keep the OS non-persistent to keep virus’s out. These two needs are contradictory to one another right now.
It would be great if an end user could install their own application, and the infrastructure behind them, would thin app that application for them automatically, removing the need of an administrators time and effort. This would greatly enhance the end user experience because as we all know, they want to install tools and applications that each end user uses on their own.
Matthew @ juchespam@yahoo.com

Matthew said...

Why is virtual desktop technology important nowadays?
Knowledge workers are getting work done from every corner of the globe these days and if a company wants to be competitive with multinational organizations that employ persons at lower wages around the world, then every company needs to have an IT environment which will allow them to place their workforce in non-conventional, non-brick and mortar locations.
A VDI environment will allow just that and I am seeing more organizations standing up VDI environments to reduce their financial obligations around the desktop, to not only lower their cost, but to be more competitive with other organizations on cost, and also increasing their employee satisfaction. These organizations can offer their workforce the ability to work from anywhere, which might include from home, from vacation spots, maybe they are in the hospital, or they evacuated for a hurricane. These are positive trends for shifting workforces!

Matthew @
MatthewkeithJohnson@gmail.com

Grant Orchard said...

Why is virtual desktop technology important nowadays?

Agility and flexibility are eschewed as major benefits to Cloud based solutions, however the main areas in which I see customers looking for agility and flexibility is with regards to their end users. Desktop Virtualisation is addressing this, and will only continue to improve. This is especially true in the SMB market, where new users (and sometimes new sites) crop up overnight. Centralised infrastructure takes care of part of this, centralised end user computing provides the other part of the solution.

Sam said...

Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?

It is a trend but thats not to say the trend is not important. VDI technology and thin clients has been out for a long time but because of technology advancement, it has propelled us forward.
Even when GSX was released. Everyone was still skeptical about the technology until bigger companies started using it thus the trend begins.

The same goes with the tablet computers and how it evolved to the ipads - Trend. Along with smartphones like the classic Nokia communicator to iphones/android - Trend. Writing a diary to twittering - Trend.

To work in IT is to keep up with the ever changing trends and technologies.

Sam said...

Why is virtual desktop technology important nowadays?

I think its a trend and as IT professionals, we have to follow these trends or be left behind

CHARO said...

***Why is Virtual Desktops technology important nowadays, in your opinion?

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is an emerging architectural model where a Windows client operating system runs in server-based virtual machines (VMs) in the data center and interacts with the user’s client device such as a PC or a thin client. VDI provides IT with the ability to centralize a user’s desktop; instead of a server session, however, a full client environment is virtualized within a server-based hypervisor. With VDI, the user can get a rich and individualized desktop experience with full administrative control over desktop and applications. However, this architecture, while flexible, requires significantly more server hardware resources than the traditional session virtualization approach.


Thank you and regards.

By Charbel Nemnom
E-mail: charbel.nemnom@gmail.com

Pavvu said...

who is the winner pls waiting for the result