IP Expo 2009 - Getting the most out of desktop virtualisation and reducing costs - Wednesday 7th October - 11.10 - 11.40
 

IP Expo 2009 - Getting the most out of desktop virtualisation and reducing costs - Wednesday 7th October - 11.10 - 11.40

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The more users you can move to a virtualised desktop solution the bigger the benefits. But how do you meet the requirements of different user groups ...

The more users you can move to a virtualised desktop solution the bigger the benefits. But how do you meet the requirements of different user groups
across your organisation. This session will draw on Wyse’s extensive experience with real customers to illustrate practical approaches to deployment and
maximising the value of your investment.

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    IP Expo 2009 - Getting the most out of desktop virtualisation and reducing costs - Wednesday 7th October - 11.10 - 11.40 IP Expo 2009 - Getting the most out of desktop virtualisation and reducing costs - Wednesday 7th October - 11.10 - 11.40 Presentation Transcript

    • Getting the most out of desktop virtualisation and reducing costs
      Fraser Kyne
      Citrix Systems
    • 1980’s
      1990’s
      2000’s
      2010’s
      EnterprisePC
      ?
      Personal Computer
      Desktop as aService
      InformationAppliance
      Home PC
    • Traditional management tools & processes
      Tightly coupled & locally installed
      X
      User
      Profile
      X
      X
      Apps
      Desktop OS
      Hardware
      • Install apps – patch & upgrade
      • Back-up data – encrypt & secure
      • Refresh hardware every 3 years
    • Desktop = Device + OS + Apps + Data
      Re-thinking the desktop as a construct of components
    • Virtualised & isolated end-point components
      Centralised single instance images
      User
      User Profile
      Profile
      Profile
      Assemble dynamicallyon-demand
      Apps
      Apps
      Apps
      Desktop OS
      Desktop OS
      Desktop OS
      Hardware
    • one size will not fit all
    • Mobile Workers
      Office Workers
      Remote Workers
      Guest Workers
      Task Workers
      Enterprise Users
      sales
      executives
      field service
      university computer lab
      training center
      finance
      operations
      marketing
      administration
      offshore workers
      outsourcers, contractors
      branch offices
      teleworkers
      factory workerretail clerk
      bank teller
      credit card call center
      Requirements
      • rich PC experience
      • personal
      • diverse apps and users
      • simple
      • locked down
      • few apps
      • offline access
      • secure
      • diverse apps and users
      • secured access and control
      • location and device flexibility
      • diverse apps and users
      • rich PC experience
      • instant resets
      • standard app set
    • Mobile Workers
      Remote Workers
      Office Workers
      Guest Workers
      Task Workers
      Online or Offline Applications
      Local VMs
      Hosted VM desktops
      Server-hosted desktops
      Streamed desktops
      Server-side compute
      Client-side compute
    • One
      • One image of apps & desktops
      • One password & identity
      • One instance of data
      • One user experience – anywhere
    • operational savings and benefits
    • +
      Application Administration
      DesktopAdministration
      50%
      50%
      reduction
      reduction
      Source: Citrix Gartner TCO analysis of SBC
      Compared with mix of partially managed/unmanaged traditional desktops.
    • * Source: Gartner definition of “partially managed” desktop
    • * Source: Gartner definition of “partially managed” desktop
    • how do you get there?
    • Break Out of the PC Refresh Cycle
      Purchase PCs
      Purchase PCs
      Purchase PCs
      Purchase PCs
      Purchase PCs
    • Break Out of the PC Refresh Cycle
      Retain PCs
      stream to existing PCs
      Re-purpose PCs
      as desktop appliances
      Replace PCs
      with thin clients
      lower management costs through central management
      lower PC refresh expenses by extending PC life
      lower management and power costs, and extend device life using Desktop Appliances
    • Centralise Using Your Current PC Refresh Budget
      Retain PCs
      use desktop streaming
      Re-purpose PCs
      to extend life
      Replace PCs
      over time
    • re-think the desktop
      one size will not fit all
      the power of “one”
      phased approach
    • Streaming the OS to Standardized PC’s
      Power On
      Desktop OS
      Stream hundreds of desktops from a single server
      Leverage endpoint CPU & RAM
    • Citrix’s Local Desktop Virtualization Vision
      User Profile
      access control policy
      personal
      corporate
      control
      Profile
      Apps
      subsequent
      Apps
      initial download
      OS
      Desktop OS
      Δsync
      hypervisor
      hardware
    • one delivery infrastructure
    • User Profile
      XenApp
      Apps
      XenDesktop
      Desktop OS
      Power of One – Manage Once, Deliver Anywhere
      HDX delivery
      desktop & apps
      (any network)
      online / offline apps
      Desktop Streaming
      (on the LAN)
      XenServer
      online / offline apps
      XenClient
      (continuous backup)