Simplifying Storage Allocations for Virtual Desktops

Simplifying Storage Allocations for Virtual Desktops

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Storage allocation for virtual desktop infrastructures (VDI) falls into two categories: the desktop, which consists of the operating system and applications, and user data. But since both of these areas have unique properties, you must address their storage allocation needs separately.

“How can I simplify storage allocation for virtual desktops?” You asked the question, we have the answer.

Discover how to address storage allocation requirements of both the operating system and apps, and user data, in this expert guide. Read on to evaluate the effectiveness of roaming profile technology used to store user data, using a master or golden image to create linked clones, and more. 

Vendor:
Pure Storage
Posted:
20 Apr 2017
Published:
20 Apr 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
5 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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