Now practically synonymous with desktop virtualization, VDI uses a hypervisor to run many instances of a desktop VM (virtual machine) on one or more physical servers, providing a customizable environment for each user. While VDI makes sense for some deployments, broader proliferation awaits such advances as the client hypervisor, which runs VMs on client hardware.
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* How VDI works and what it provides that longstanding approaches to sever-based computing do not
* Advice on doing your own cost-benefit analysis that takes into account infrastructure and licensing costs
* Proven best practices for deploying VDI, with an emphasis on optimum use cases and planning for future technology
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