By Kaysel Adrover, Posted in Virtualization
Unlike with a XenApp environment, setting up a virtual desktop environment is not a matter of following out-of-box instructions. In a virtual desktop environment, you have other moving parts, such as hypervisors, Provisioning Server, XenDesktop controllers, XenApp, SAN, and Web Interface to consider.
Because virtual desktops require such a high level of resources, it’s important to optimize every area of communication possible, tailored to your network environment. This will allow you to make the most of... read more.