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DEFINITION: Desktop virtualization is the use of virtual machines to let multiple network subscribers maintain individualized desktops on a single, centrally located computer or server. The central machine may be at a residence, business or data center. Users may be geographically scattered but are all connected to the central machine by a proprietary local area network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN) or the  … 
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Xangati Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Dashboard—VDI Performance Management
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TRIAL SOFTWARE: Xangati Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Dashboard provides ongoing operational management for VMware View and Citrix XenDesktop VDI environments.  It is a highly granular visibility solution that empowers you to successfully scale up your VDI deployments from early pilots while ensuring you provide the most optimal end-user experience.
Posted: 01 Jun 2011 | Premiered: 01 Jun 2011

Xangati

Xangati for ESX (ESX/ESXi 3.5, 4.x): Performance Management for VMware
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TRIAL SOFTWARE: Xangati accelerates a virtualization admins troubleshooting of performance issues.  In contrast to report-centric tools which hamper their ability to see issues in real-time and which fail to explain why a specific VM or application is running “slow.”
Posted: 10 Dec 2010 | Premiered: 10 Dec 2010

Xangati

Citrix XenClient
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PRODUCT DEMO: Desktop virtualization is delivering significant benefits. User flexibility, desktop management cost reduction, and enhanced data security and access control. Now, Citrix XenClient extends all the benefits of desktop virtualization to laptop users.    
Posted: 14 May 2010 | Premiered: 12 May 2010

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DESKTOP VIRTUALIZATION DEFINITION (continued): …  Internet.Desktop virtualization offers advantages over the traditional model, in which every computer operates as a completely self-contained unit with its own operating system, peripherals and application programs. Overall expenses are reduced because resources can be shared and allocated to users on an as-needed basis. The integrity of user information is improved because all data is maintained and backed up in the data center. Conflicts in software are minimized by reducing the total number of programs stored on any given machine.Despite the sharing of resources, all users can customize and … 
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