sponsored by Sanbolic Inc.
Posted:  18 May 2012
Published:  30 Apr 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  12  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Organizations can leverage shared storage to meet the needs of their Hyper-V private cloud or VDI implementations and overcome many storage-related bottlenecks.

This essential resource describes an advanced, host-based storage fabric solution that can help businesses maximize the return on their Hyper-V deployments and experience benefits such as:

  • Active-active access to data on SAN volume
  • Scalable performance capable of supporting large number of VMs
  • Comprehensive protection from storage hardware failure or site failure
  • 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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Microsoft Hyper-V | Private Cloud | SAN | SAN and Virtualization | Storage Management Software | VDI | Virtual Desktop Infrastructure | Windows Server 2008 R2 | Windows Server Software

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