Like icebergs, VDI can come in different shapes and sizes. It may seem small, but can easily be an overwhelming giant if you don’t know what to look for.
Fortunately with the power of knowledge sharing, things seem a bit clearer. Therefore, I am happy to share with you the Ultimate Desktop Virtualization Best Practices Guide.
Within this community sourced guide, End User Computing experts from over the world have jointly worked with Atlantis Computing and Intel to put together a 143 page paperback book with 200+ best practices on what to watch out for in Doing VDI Right.
Always glad to spread the knowledge. Download your copy here.
- Chapter 1: Server Hardware
- Chapter 2: Hypervisor
- Chapter 3: Connection Broker
- Chapter 4: Guest OS
- Chapter 5: Remoting Protocols
- Chapter 6: Networking
- Chapter 7: GPU
- Chapter 8: Storage
- Chapter 9: User Environment Management
- Chapter 10: Image Management
- Chapter 11: Supporting Infrastructure
- Chapter 12: Applications
- Chapter 13: Various: Application Virtualization, Layering, Anti-Virus, Thin Clients
- Chapter 14: Business and Projects Lessons
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Josue Molina, email@example.com
Architect, End User Computing at Anexinet