Category Archives: VDI

Hybrids are Bleeping Magic

I can’t state it enough.  When you are designing a virtual desktop environment, you need to correctly size the back end storage correctly.  I have been involved with several VDI deployments, VMware View in particular, and storage performance can make … Continue reading

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High Performance Clients and VMWare View

Another customer exchange, this one relating to high performance user experiences in VDI environments, that I thought I would share… The company develops graphical software for the engineering industry. Having successfully virtualized the datacenter with vSphere they’re currently considering some … Continue reading

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Planning for VDI has little to do with the desktop

It isn’t easy to think that way, but if you start planning your Virtual Desktop initiative at the end point, you are fighting a losing battle.  This is because it isn’t the Thin Client that is important, but rather the … Continue reading

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