The desktop is a unique beast within the data center. It is something different than what we’ve typically placed within the tightly controlled, highly-available environment. What happened so far is that the desktop has changed to better align with data center practices. 893 more words
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Amazon announced yesterday, during it’s re:Invent 2013 conference the availability of Amazaon Workspaces, a service ment to deliver virtual desktops to users.
The pricing starts at $35 a month and includes PC a system running Windows 7, Adobe Flash, Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, the Java Runtime Environment, and other apps – all powered by one virtual CPU, 50GB of storage, and 3.75GB of RAM per instance. 72 more words
Got a candidate that has done an ‘enterprise’ level design & deployment of VMware Horizon View, (1500 users).
Interested in seeing the full CV?
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The world is falling down with books, methodologies, techniques, tips and tricks on how to be more efficient in life, work, and everything else you can think of. 715 more words
The big news, from my point of view, from VMworld in Barcelona was the announcement that VMware has acquired the Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) vendor Desktone. VMware is probably the leading vendor for enterprise virtual desktop technology (i.e. 362 more words