Tag / PCoIP

  • Before you continue to read this article, make sure you first read part 1. In part 1 I explain what the Teradici APEX 2800 card is and what the use-case is for the card. I also explain about LoginVSI, a VDI-benchmarking tool which I also use with Project VRC. My goal was to see the […]

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  • Introduction I’m given the opportunity to test the Teradici APEX 2800 card. My plan is to evaluate this card using Login VSI, the VDI benchmarking tool I use in Project VRC. I want to see the improvement in user density using this card compared to the software version of PCoIP used in VMware View. Before […]

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  • June 2, 2012 - Sven Huisman

    Belgium VMUG and VMware View Troubleshooting

    Friday June 1st 2012 was the day of the 17th Belgium VMUG, a special bloggers edition. It was a great day, full of interesting sessions: RAID types and  alignment impact on VMware workloads – Erik Zandboer Workshop “Designing a cloud infrastructure” – Duncan Epping & Lieven D’Hoore “Beer and PowerCLI: you can’t live without them” […]

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  • A load balancer for VMware View is not a requirement in a VMware View infrastructure with less than 2000 users. Even when there are multiple VMware View Connection servers for high availability, a single VMware View Connection server can handle up to 2000 connections so it’s not a big deal that the sessions are not […]

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  • November 16, 2009 - Sven Huisman

    Introduction to Vmware View 4

    This week VMware will release VMware View 4, “the industry’s first purpose built solution for delivering desktops as a managed service” as VMware calls it. I don’t know about that, but at least this release is a step in the right direction. The 2 big improvements View 4 brings are the new display protocol PCoIP […]

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