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VSAN - the hardware (part 2)

For this deployment, VSAN will be used to host a VMware Horizon View environment. The View deployment will have non-persistent VMs that rely on App Volumes, UEM, and folder redirection for a layered user persistence. 643 more words

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Introducing VMware App Volumes

VMware App Volumes is a real-time application management tool for delivering and maintaining applications in virtual desktop environments. App Volumes makes it possible to provision and upgrade applications through virtual disks, without having to package, modify or stream the applications.Optimized to run within VMware vSphere, App Volumes applications can target specific users, groups or devices. 718 more words

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Desktop as a Service (DaaS)

Desktop as a Service (DaaS) is a cloud service in which the back-end of a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is hosted by a cloud service provider. 139 more words

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The Sixth Flag Introduces Cell Structure Security To Secure Cloud

Raleigh, N.C., February 4th, 2016 – The Sixth Flag, Inc. today revealed its model of Cell Structure Security to secure its Workspace-as-a-Service in the Cloud. Recognizing traditional approaches to securing the cloud and enterprise networks are still falling short, … 431 more words

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Healthcare Provider leverages All-Flash to Power VDI and Improve Patient Care

Storage Switzerland recently sat down with the IT team at one of the largest healthcare providers in the southern United States. This provider chose EMC’s XtremIO to power their VDI deployments. 935 more words

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VDI vs. RDSH:Deliver apps, not full Windows Desktops.

Much of the talk about desktop virtualization over the past few years has been about VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure).Term VDI describes running a client-based OS (such as Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10) as a virtual machine in data center while the user’s client device displays the remotely generated pixels and transmit keystrokes and mouse clicks to the remote host. 443 more words

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