Designing and Implementing a Scalable Virtual Desktop Deployment, part 2

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This podcast is the second in a series covering the basic design considerations that customers of all sizes should be mindful of as they begin to explore the many benefits of VDI. John Dodge takes a pragmatic, layered approach in working towards a framework in designing flexible, and scalable VDI deployments, as is discussed in this podcast. From Thin Clients, to PC’s, to connectivity and networks, to security, DMZ, and firewall considerations, to connection broker topology, then into the host, hypervisor, storage, operating system, and lastly application and user profile layer – all combine to provide a best practices model for elegantly designing new desktop architectures using VMware VDI and Thinapp.


J. Tyler Rohrer, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, VMware

John Dodge, Worldwide Release Engineer, VMware

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