A Guide for Hosting and Running VDI

A Guide for Hosting and Running VDI


For organizations seeking to reduce the cost and complexity of managing an expanding variety of client desktops, laptops, and mobile handheld devices, desktop virtualization is an attractive option. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) can not only reduce the operational expenses for desktop management and provisioning but also improve user mobility and data security.

This paper examines a unified compute, storage, and switching all-in-blade-form-factor platform for hosting and running VDI workloads. Read on to find out how this unified and integrated solution delivers the performance, scalability, management simplicity, and desktop density essential for delivering true VDI potential.

Dell, Inc.
06 Nov 2013
01 Aug 2013
54 Page(s)
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