Monday, December 29, 2008

Native VDI management: Assessing your options

December 29, 2008 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Native management tools for VDI: VMware vs. Citrix and Microsoft
Joseph Ortiz, Contributor

As server virtualization moves into the mainstream, the next logical development is desktop virtualization -- commonly referred to as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). Learn about the native VDI management tools that VMware, Citrix and Microsoft offer, and how you can use them to deploy VDI for your customers.

In many cases, IT departments are actually jumping ahead to desktop and application virtualization even before they complete their server virtualization plans. To take advantage of the growth potential in this emerging market, resellers and integrators must have an understanding of these technologies and their related management tools.

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