Making Service Continuity Part of VDI Deployments
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Mainstream VDI deployments require more than basic disaster recovery (DR) implementations, where workloads simply failover from a primary to a secondary site or VDI farm. This traditional approach to DR is too slow, too reactive, too disruptive.

What is required is a true “service continuity” strategy that maintains VDI service SLAs in the face of infrastructure failure – with zero downtime. Achieving 100% continuity requires coordination across network, virtualization and storage teams. This interview will highlight what to ‘get right’ when building service continuity into your overall VDI strategy.

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