sponsored by Sanbolic Inc.
Posted:  18 May 2012
Published:  18 May 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  9  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Single points of failure, inefficient storage utilization and the inability to scale out without adversely affecting system performance are often the cause of poor VDI performance.

Discover how you can address storage bottlenecks to maximize the return on your VDI deployment by enabling shared storage. Access this essential resource to discover how shared storage can help you achieve:

  • Seamless infrastructure scale-out that requires no downtime
  • Simplified data management for desktop images (vDisks)
  • Reliable data protection
  • And more

This content is most applicable to IT Managers/Directors/VPs looking to leverage Citrix XenDesktop and XenApp in their environments. The information is relevant for those that would like/need the ability to scale-out in the future from 100's to 10000's of clients; as well as those with existing large deployments looking to enable high availability (HA) and scale while reducing storage and management cost (i.e., multiple Citrix PVS servers running XenApp and/or XenDesktop, with 100 seats or more). This content is also applicable for those that have already made the decision to leverage Citrix XenDesktop PVS and are in the proof-of-concept (POC) stage, moving towards full production deployment.






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