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  • 1. Desktop Virtualization
    Not for the faint of heart
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    #11NTCttvirt
  • 2. 2
    Desktop virtualization is hot, and vendor competition is fierce.
    Three of the top virtual desktop products are Citrix XenDesktop, Quest vWorkspace and VMware View.
    Of the three, only VMware doesn't provide customers with a choice of infrastructure. While Citrix and Quest support just about everything out there
  • 3. 3
    What Are The Benefits?
    • Mobility
    • 4. Deploy to more personal devices
    • 5. Security
    • 6. Protect organization data
    • 7. Improved IT Management
    • 8. Single entry of app installs
    • 9. Lowered Costs in centralized management
  • Different Perspectives
    App virtualization
    Servervirtualization
    DesktopVirtualization
  • 10. Increase Business Continuity
    Synchronizes personal profiles, settings and data to the data-center using Roaming Profiles and Folder Redirection
    Saves Cost: ON THE FRONT END - quickly recover from PC failures and PC theft
    Enable anywhere access: enable users to access their data from any authorized PC at any time
    Improve business continuity: get users’ data on a new PC simply by logging in
    MultiPoint Server – distributed via USB or Ethernet devices, good example of a low cost VDI solution
  • 11. Using MultiPoint Server
    • Single low cost server – HP
    • 12. Distribution nodes via USB
    • 13. Monitor, Mouse, Keyboard,
    • 14. Headset connector
    • 15. Connect via Domain or Local accounts
    • 16. Single distribution of apps
    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/multipoint/default.aspx
  • 17. Where Is The Virtualized Desktop?
    End user computing scenarios:
    Growing variety of needs but all based on “user experience ”
    • Mobile - tablets
    • 18. Diverse Equipment – personal laptops
    • 19. Home Office
  • 8
    Where to learn – who's got the beef?
    • Talk to your partners – CDW, Microsoft Roadmap events
    • 20. Research online –
    • 21. Lakeside Software http://www.lakesidesoftware.com/
    • 22. Brian Madden http://www.brianmadden.com/
  • 9
    Devices are a plenty . . .
    HP Thin Client t5325 1.2 GHzDT - 1 1.2 GHz - RAM 512 MB - no HDD - HP ThinPro - Monitor : none - Smart Buy
    MFG #: VY623AT#ABA   |   CDW #: 1937793
    $209.99
    HP Compaq Thin Client t5540 - Eden 1 GHzTower - 1 x Eden 1 GHz - RAM 512 MB - no HDD - Chrome9 HC3 - Gigabit Ethernet - Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R3 - Monitor : none - Smart Buy
    MFG #: VA213AT#ABA   |   CDW #: 1833024
    $339.99
  • 23. Web Resources
    Citrix Ask the Architect website
    http://community.citrix.com/p/xendesktop-on-microsoft#home
    XenDesktop with Microsoft Hyper-V Guide
    http://support.citrix.com/article/ctx124687
    XenDesktop Modular Reference Architecture
    http://support.citrix.com/article/ctx124087
  • 24. Questions to ask . . .
    What are you trying to solve – Hardware deployments? Application Deployment?
    Lower desktop costs?
    Do you have the infrastructure? What’s your bandwidth and internal traffic like?
    What is your support?
  • 25. Where to find me . . .
    Twitter: @michaelsola
    solam@nwf.org
    http://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelsola