Take a Closer Look at Your Storage Infrastructure to Resolve VDI Performance Issues

Adopting virtual desktops is a project that sounds appealing in theory, but can be quite tough to pull off in reality. Performance is one of the greatest roadblocks deterring VDI adoption, and more often than not performance issues can be directly traced back to storage infrastructure. Laptops these days are flash-based and users have become extremely comfortable
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Journey of vCenter Server and Its Roadmap Ahead

We are well aware about what is a plug-in, so here the focus would be on the concept and usage of plug-ins in computing. To encapsulate the textbook definition, Plug-in is that software component which adds a particular feature to the already existing application or a computer program. VMware also allows this feature in its vSphere Web Client.
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VMware vCloud Director: An Introduction

Cloud computing is growing at a spectacular pace. Most organizations are either using cloud technology or developing products that support it. VMware’s cloud management tool is called vCloud Director (vCD), which works on Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) architecture. Some key points related to vCloud Director have been mentioned below: VMware vCloud Director uses
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Storage Certification with VMware

There are multiple steps to be followed in order to meet the VMware compliance for certification of any storage (hardware or software defined). First of all the product vendor needs to be Elite partner with VMware in order to certify their product and features and list them on VMware official portal. With this partnership in place VMware provides TAP
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Future Trends in VDI Technology

Mobility is the demand in current organization. Enterprises are constantly looking to meet the demand of flexibility and work on-the-go for their employees. This has led companies to make their IT infrastructure more flexible and hence move towards Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). However in the coming year advancement in the virtual desktop infrastructure
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Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Vs. Remote Desktop Services (RDS)

Both RDS and VDI are core components of desktop virtualization, and they satisfy specific computing requirements and scenarios with deployment readiness and flexibility. VDI and RDS have peculiarities that adapt to the different needs of a business, but making a choice between them could be difficult for some companies. Benefits of Virtual Desktop
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DevOps – The Road Ahead

According to Wikipedia - DevOps is a culture, movement or practice that emphasizes the collaboration and communication of both software developers and other information-technology (IT) professionals while automating the process of software delivery and infrastructure changes.It aims at establishing a culture and environment ....
DevOps – The Road Ahead
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Jenkins – Continuous Integration System

Introduction: Jenkins, formerly known as Hudson, is a quick to use continuous integration system, which can be used to automate the build of your projects at a scheduled time or when a trigger is raised (e.g. a CVS/SVN commit) or...
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Deduplication Algorithm

Introduction to Deduplication According to wikipedia, “Data deduplication is a specific form of compression where redundant data is eliminated, typically to improve storage utilization. In the deduplication process, duplicate data is deleted, leaving only one copy of the data to...
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Top 5 Storage Startups in 2015

Every year storage startups brings lot of dynamism and churn in the entire storage industry. Some of them disappear quickly, some disappear painfully, some gets acquired and their technology goes out of their control. A lucky few survive to become...
Top 5 Storage Startups in 2015
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