Tag / VDI

  • September 29, 2010 - Sven Huisman

    Project VRC: phase 3 – a must read!

    Finally we’ve completed phase 3 of Project VRC. For the past months we’ve worked very hard and performed a lot of tests to compare VDI workloads and the results are very interesting, to say the least. If you’re interested in VDI, Windows 7 (on vSphere) and IOPS you really should read this whitepaper! This whitepaper […]

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  • September 10, 2010 - Sven Huisman

    VMware View 4.5 released today!

    During VMworld 2010 in San Francisco, VMware announced their latest release of VMware View. Today, VMware View 4.5 is available for download. Lot’s of new features and improvements were added in this release: Windows 7 Support 32/64-Bit Smart Card Support for PCoIP Local Mode Desktop A native Mac Client Kiosk Mode Automated USB Redirection Location […]

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  • June 25, 2010 - Sven Huisman

    VDI comparison chart

    When you enter “VDI comparison” in google, the first hit you get is actually one of my first blogpost I published 2 years ago. The blogpost is about a VDI-broker feature comparison created by Quest. Although it was a useful document (to see which features Quest vWorkspace has), it wasn’t created by (an) independent person(s). […]

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  • Migrating to Windows 7 is something many companies will face the next couple of years. Using desktop virtualization or VDI in the process is something a lot of those companies consider (read Ruben Spruijt’s article about the different types of dekstop virtualization and the role of Windows 7). In this article I would like to point out a couple of challenges […]

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  • March 11, 2010 - Sven Huisman

    VMware View upcoming features

    Today I joined the VMware communities podcast. The topic of this podcast was VMware View and John Dodge of VMware was on the phone. I’ve heard some interesting things today, which I think are worth sharing. Win7 support? In the next release.

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