Tag Archive: VDI

Nov 15 2014

The New Nutanix Workload Sizer is better than my VDI Calculator, but…

For many years my VDI Calculator has been the source of truth for many VDI deployments, and still is. The calculator went through many iterations and had many features included overtime to support Horizon View and XenDesktop deployments to its full extent, including some very specialized features such as the use of Content Based Read Cache, …

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Nov 10 2014

VDI Calculator v6.1 is Now Available w/ Dell XC Web-Scale support

Today I am announcing the general availability of the new VDI Calculator v6.1. This new version introduces support for the brand new Dell XC Web-Scale Converged Appliance powered by Nutanix. If you missed the announcement during Dell World, read more here.   Dell XC Web-Scale Converged Appliance powered by Nutanix – these appliances consolidate compute and storage …

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Permanent link to this article: http://myvirtualcloud.net/?p=6728

Sep 02 2014

Who runs Horizon 6 more efficiently? Nutanix or VSAN?

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One great aspect of working for a cutting edge storage vendor such as Nutanix is that for all of the competitive sniping in the marketplace, the technology really does speak for itself. A question that was asked of me recently by an individual new to SDS had me thinking about the traits that make solutions …

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