E-Guide: Configuring SSD Storage for Virtual Desktops

E-Guide: Configuring SSD Storage for Virtual Desktops


While it is true that solid-state storage and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) work better together, they need to be properly integrated on their own first in order to yield the optimal results.

This expert e-guide dives into the compelling benefits these two technologies can bring when working in concert with one another.

Read on to also find five key questions you must ask when determining how much solid-state drive your VDI will need. Questions include:

  • How do you determine how much solid-state storage you’ll need to support a VDI implementation?
  • Aside from the capacity aspect, should you implement your solid-state storage as cache or as persistent storage?
  • Should the solid-state you use be a mixed hard disk drive (HDD)/flash solution or flash-only?
  • And two more…
Dell, Inc.
13 Dec 2013
13 Dec 2013
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