Why Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Makes Sense for VDI Workloads

Why Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Makes Sense for VDI Workloads


As VDI becomes commonplace in the enterprise, IT organizations need new architectures to optimize VDI workload scalability, visibility and cost predictability. Converged infrastructure represents a big step forward, because of its ability to offer pre-configured, pre-tuned and pre-certified bundles of hardware and software in a single package.

But when an organization begins evaluating hyper-converged options for VDI workloads, there are a number of key features, functions and capabilities that should be on the “must-have” list.

Download this expert white paper to deliver visibility, scalability and predictable costs as VDI implementation escalates by learning the essential features your HCI should encapsulate. 

Dell EMC
11 Apr 2017
31 Dec 2016
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