September 2013 archive

How does VMware VSAN help Horizon View?

During last VMworld US VMware unveiled a new product called VMware Virtual SAN, or VSAN. For those not yet familiar, VSAN leverages local storage from a number of vSphere hosts that are part the same cluster. A distributed datastore is then created leveraging the local storage from each host. VSAN can be thought of as …

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The World runs on Non-Persistent Virtual Desktops

Last week I launched a SurveyMonkey poll to determine what VDI desktop user assignment model the industry, administrators and organizations are currently using in live production deployments.   A quick retrospect first – Couple months back I wrote an article entitled ‘Open letter to non-persistent VDI fanboys…‘ providing reasons to why persistent VDI makes more sense …

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Feature Update to VDI Calculator v4.1

Hello all, I have just released a new version of the VDI Calculator – 4.1. This is a small release that introduces a new feature that tells you when the calculator is out-of-date. I have implemented this feature after observing that many people are using an old version of the calculator.   What’s New Added …

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