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Desktop is going to be  v2
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Desktop is going to be  v2
Desktop is going to be  v2
Desktop is going to be  v2
Desktop is going to be  v2
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Desktop is going to be  v2
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  • Answer: When I talk about SBC – its 100% execution on the ServerI do not understand the other remarks ==========Send flex cast delivery PPTSBC (= hosted application or/and hosted desktop)Terminal services – shared desktopVirtual desktop = hosted desktop
  • Answer – the PROS are for VDI vs. Terminal servers so I do not think that VDI is more secure than Terminal Servers (“traditional Citrix”)PRO: non standards = software not running in multiuser environementMore control/SecuritySolves “secure browsing “regulation OS Central management, fast and secure deliveryCan leverage existing client devises User experience = similar to local desktop experienceCONS:Distribution SW can be solved is you associate/integrate Virtual desktop with Application virtualisation technologyStorage: not needed if use latest provisioning PVS technology. In general more infra (Server and storage mainly)
  • Answer: - sunray hpchippcSUNRAY?Cons: WinCE not preferred choice for VDI with thin client (WES windows XPe) or Linux)
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    • 1. The Desktop environment is changing
      Pini Cohen
      Architecture and Infrastructure
      EVP & Senior Analyst
      pinicohenstki.blogspot.com
    • 2. Agenda
      Tactics: VDI, APP Streaming, Thin clients
      Strategic - new technologies , curated cmputing
    • 3. PC Deployment Options (and mix of these options)
    • 4. Application Virtualization – running in a sandbox (Microsoft APP-V Softgrid)
    • 5. Application Virtualization – Based on PC virtualization
      Microsoft MED-V Architecture (Kidaro)
      Applications
      OS
      Virtual PC
      Applications
      Operating System
    • 6. Desktop Cloud Architecture Options
      User
      User
      User
      User
      Traditional terminal server
      Public Desktop Cloud Service
      keyboard, mouse, display, network
      Thin Client / Repurposed PC
      Virtual Client
      Rack-based Servers
      Virtual Machines
      • Options for VM sizing
      • 7. Shared Management Infrastructure
      • 8. VM only no image
      Source: IBM
    • 9. VDI vs. Terminal Services
      Pro:
      Enables installation of non-standard SW
      Enables SW not running in multiuser environment
      All applications are “Virtual Desktop ready” no need to consume time of the internalexternal developers
      Enable (more..) local user experience
      Cons:
      Application delivery (maintenance of applications) should still needs to be addressed
      More infrastructure is required
      Lots of Storage needed (but storage snap technologies are maturing)
      VECD license
      Persistence vs. None-Persistence mode
    • 10. Thin clients
      Clients report easier maintenance – some has reduced second level support!
      Thin clients vs. “Dum PC”
      Pro.
      User is able to replacemove the device
      Better MTBF
      No need for SW distributionupdated (winCELinux version)
      Greener (electricity, heat)
      More secure (stateless)
      Cheaper (winCE version)
      Cons.
      In winCE version – when there is none-standard deviceusb you are stuck!
    • 11. What is Teradici?
      Developer of PCoIP® (PC-over-IP Protocol)
      Delivers a True Host PC Experience over IP networks
      Founded in 2004, based in Vancouver, Canada
      World Class Algorithm/Software/Silicon Team
      IBM, Dell, Intel, Broadcom, NVIDIA, PMC-Sierra
      37 US Patents filed
      Widespread OEM Adoption
      IBM, Dell, Samsung, DevonIT, Verari, Amulet, Clearcube, Fujitsu etc.
      Thousands of end-user deployments
      Next Generation Development
      Fully virtualized host and client devices
      Strategic co-development with VMware
    • 12. Agenda
      Tactics: VDI, APP Streaming, Thin clients
      Strategic - new technologies , curated computing
    • 13. Brain waves do what?
      Intel Predicts Brain waves will replace keyboard and mouse, dial phones and change TV channels by 2020
      By the year 2020, you won't need a keyboard and mouse to control your computer, say Intel Corp. researchers. Instead, users will open documents and surf the Web using nothing more than their brain waves. (H/T Sander Olson)
      Source: http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2007/08/01/health/adam/8730.jpg
    • 14. What is an OLED?
      OLED - Organic Light Emitting Diode
      An OLED is any light emitting diode (LED) which emissive electroluminescent layer is composed of a film of organic compounds.
      OLED is not LED which is actually LED backlit TVs , the panel itself being standard LCD
      Source: STKI modifications http://www.cosc.brocku.ca/Offerings/3P92/seminars/OLED_Organic.ppt
    • 15. Advantages of OLEDs
      OLED Displays Vs. LCD and Plasma
      • Much faster response time
      • 16. Consume significantly less energy
      • 17. Able to display "True Black" picture
      • 18. Wider viewing angles
      • 19. Thinner display
      • 20. Better contrast ratio
      • 21. Safer for the environment
      • 22. Has potential to be mass produced inexpensively
      • 23. OLEDs refresh almost 1,000 times faster then LCDs
      Source: http://www.cosc.brocku.ca/Offerings/3P92/seminars/OLED_Organic.ppt
      OLED Lighting Vs. Incandescent and Fluorescent
       
      • Cheaper way to create flexible lighting
      • 24. Requires less power 
      • 25. Better quality of light (ie. no "Cold Light")
      • 26. New design concepts for interior lighting
    • Augmented reality
    • 27. Farmville Game on Facebook
      It’s free but you can buy goods to enhance the experience:
      800.000 tractors ‘sold’ every single day
      A team of 35 Developers release new virtual items into FarmVille twice a week
      65 Million+ users without any advertising; 1.2 Million users per day
      Parent company Zynga makes est. $500M / Year and has 600+ employees
    • 28.
    • 29. iPad office
    • 30. Consumerization
      18
      New technology to the consumer market ahead of business markets.
      Home based IT is more capable than that provided in their workplace ?
      1970s > 1990s > 2010s
      Defense>business>home
    • 31. 19
    • 32. Curated computing
      Forrester Research analyst Sarah Rotman Epps coined a phrase (June 2010):
      “Curated computing” refers to the way Apple staff examines each piece of software written for iPhone OS devices before allowing it into (or blocking it from) the App Store
      Who would have thought that in 2010, so many people would pay good money for a computer that only runs approved software?
      20
    • 33. 21
      what's next for users
      in a post-iPad world ?
      Curated computing
      ( cloud and
      packaged applications)
       consumers show willingness to trade off
      unlimited choice for relevance and ease
    • 34. Today there are three primary delivery models that companies are implementing for cloud
      Enterprise
      Traditional Enterprise IT
      Public Clouds
      Private Cloud
      Hybrid Cloud
      Public Cloud
      IT activities/functions are provided “as a service,” over the Internet
      • Key features:
      • 35. Scalability
      • 36. Automatic/rapid provisioning
      • 37. Standardized offerings
      • 38. Consumption-based pricing.
      • 39. Multi-tenancy
      Private Cloud
      IT activities/functions are provided “as a service,” over an intranet, within the enterprise and behind the firewall
      • Key features include:
      • 40. Scalability
      • 41. Automatic/rapid provisioning
      • 42. Chargeback ability
      • 43. Widespread virtualization
      Hybrid Cloud
      Internal and external service delivery methods are integrated, with activities/functions allocated to based on security requirements, criticality, architecture and other established policies.
      Source: IBM Market Insights, Cloud Computing Research, July 2009.
    • 44. The Converged Datacenter
      Cisco UCS
      HP BladeSystem Matrix
      CRM
      ERP
      DataWarehouse
      Database
      Mail and Messaging
      File, Print, Infrastructure
      Resource Pool
      IBM CloudBurst
    • 45. Infrastructure Department: Before
    • 46. Infrastructure Department: After
    • 47. Conclusion: What is the next big thing?
      Telephone
      Computer
      Wallet
      Book reader
      Etc.
      Enabling more “Cloud applications”
      26
    • 48. Thank you!
      Pini Cohen
      Blog: http://pinicohenstki.blogspot.com/
      Twitter: pinicohen

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