Hyperconverged for VDI: 3 sample workload configurations

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Although VDI attempts to address the high costs and operational difficulties associated with infrastructure sprawl, it is often itself complex to deploy. VDI can consist of large numbers of disparate components, all of which must be tracked, configured, integrated, and managed—and because of this, the agility of VDI can be called into question in high-scale or fast-changing environments.

Learn how to eliminate compatibility problems between hardware, hypervisor, and operating system layers by deploying a hyper-converged system that’s specifically optimized to run VDI. Read on to view three sample VDI workload configurations, and adapt infrastructure capacity as requirements change. 

 

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Vendor:
Dell EMC Intel (Xeon) ®
Posted:
28 Sep 2017
Published:
30 Sep 2016
Format:
PDF
Length:
12 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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