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Understanding Virtual Desktop

By Vmware Performance Study, References On Page and Outsourced Company


VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a PC management solution for enterprise desktop administrators. VDI is a server-based computing offering that provides desktop environments as an enterprise hosted service. VDI allows administrators to maintain and manage all user applications, data, and environments in the centrally located data center. VDI provides a true, isolated PC environment while sharing underlying hardware resources. VDI allows administrators to provide PC environments with all the benefits of virtualization — central management, hardware consolidation, and resource flexibility. This white paper describes the testing methodology, results, and analysis and sizing guidelines for setting up Virtual Desktop Infrastructure using VMware Infrastructure 3. It covers the following topics

Year: 2009
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