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Why Virtualize Endpoints?
  (Answer: New Opportunities)




                  Etay Bogner

                  CTO, Co-Found...
So, what did you just see?




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Endpoints Today
One Intertwined Environment




25/06/2008        Neocleus' Proprietary & Confidential   3
The Result
Huge Complexities
No One Magical Solution

      REQUIREMENTS              SOLUTIONS


     Performance
                          Desktop Vi...
Still Monolithic With Major Challenges


                       CONTEXT



                                   USER EXPERIE...
Client Virtualization: Containers of Functionality

      “Virtual Software Appliances”
      • Full blown OSes as VSAs (!...
The Benefits of Client Virtualization

  MANAGE USE CASE                         SECURITY / IT
   NOT THE IMAGE           ...
The Technological Question


      How to deliver a “High-Definition” User Experience
       (under virtualization)?
     ...
A Type 1 Client Hypervisor Architecture




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Random Thoughts

      • Addresses and/or complements any and all end-user
        use cases
         – VDI: Offline use c...
New Opportunities

         ISVS                  OEMS           SERVICE PROVIDERS

 • Deliver new         • Improve value...
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Transcript of "XS Boston 2008 Client Virtualization"

  1. 1. Why Virtualize Endpoints? (Answer: New Opportunities) Etay Bogner CTO, Co-Founder, Neocleus
  2. 2. So, what did you just see? 2
  3. 3. Endpoints Today One Intertwined Environment 25/06/2008 Neocleus' Proprietary & Confidential 3
  4. 4. The Result Huge Complexities
  5. 5. No One Magical Solution REQUIREMENTS SOLUTIONS Performance Desktop Virtualization Security • Server Hosted Agility • Client Hosted Flexibility Application Virtualization Mobility Application Streaming Remediation Endpoint Management Management Solutions Multiple Persona’s
  6. 6. Still Monolithic With Major Challenges CONTEXT USER EXPERIENCE INTERDEPENDENCIES MANAGEMENT
  7. 7. Client Virtualization: Containers of Functionality “Virtual Software Appliances” • Full blown OSes as VSAs (!) • Special purpose VSAs 25/06/2008 Neocleus' Proprietary & Confidential 7
  8. 8. The Benefits of Client Virtualization MANAGE USE CASE SECURITY / IT NOT THE IMAGE OUTSIDE OF THE OS CORPORATE PREDICABLE IMAGE SECURITY/TRUS OPTIMAL IT PERSONAL CONTROL/ PERSONA MANAGEMENT SPECIAL EASIER APPLICATIONS REMEDIATION
  9. 9. The Technological Question How to deliver a “High-Definition” User Experience (under virtualization)? – Performance – Flexibility – Yet, secure => A Type 1 hypervisor architecture helps us – Pass-through devices – Dynamic assignment and re-assignment of devices – Trusted Computing from the ground up 25/06/2008 Neocleus' Proprietary & Confidential 9
  10. 10. A Type 1 Client Hypervisor Architecture 10
  11. 11. Random Thoughts • Addresses and/or complements any and all end-user use cases – VDI: Offline use case • Can utilize better local computing resources such as graphics, storage and CPU/RAM – Yet, fully dynamic • The Hypervisor is part of the “device” – A much smarter firmware than the BIOS – “BIOS” functionality should be implemented as a VSA • Eventually will be installed on all end-points 25/06/2008 Neocleus' Proprietary & Confidential 11
  12. 12. New Opportunities ISVS OEMS SERVICE PROVIDERS • Deliver new • Improve value • Offer enhanced solutions running • Software as an portfolio of outside of the appliance software as a “resource” • Out of the box service options to expand revenue • Complement VDI • Simplify the value • IT • Offline use chain • Security cases • Remote • Security Access • Facilitate new IT paradigms
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