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© 2013 VMware Inc. All rights reservedVMware Horizon View 5.2 – Advanced TechEnd User Product Management TeamQ1 2013
2Horizon View 5.2 and Related Updates• Hardware Accelerated 3D Graphics• Support for Microsoft Lync 2013 with Rich Media S...
3OverviewBenefits Enables enhanced 3D workloads like CAD Maximize the value of GPU resourceswith multiple VMs sharing a ...
4vSGA: System Requirement and CompatibilityComponent RequirementHost PCIEx16 slot; w/ enough physical space for NVIDIA car...
5Installation and configurationOn ESX server:1. Install graphics cards2. Install NVIDIA VIB# esxcli software vib install –...
6OverviewBenefitsHorizon View Support for MSFT Lync 2013 SupportRich Video Communications with Popular UC Solution Micros...
7Microsoft Lync 2013 Supported Features with ViewFeatures SupportedPresenceInstant MessagingDesktop sharingApplication Sha...
8View + Lync 2013 ArchitecturevSphereWindows clientView Client View AgentLync 2013 Plug-in(User A)Lync 2013 Client(User A)...
9Platforms & ProtocolsWhat about Linux client and Zero client Support?Not supported until Microsoft creates Lync VDI plugi...
10Hardware Requirements for Lync 2013 in ViewHardware RequirementsOS WES7 (works for WES7/8, Windows 7/8 and WinTPC)CPU 1....
11Lync 2013/View Software ComponentsSoftware Components DescriptionMicrosoft Lync 2013Server componentsBackend server that...
12OverviewBenefits Smooth transition from POC to productionroll-out of Windows 8 Enables IT to leverage latest Windowsca...
13Windows 8 Image Optimization Tips A full Windows 8 Optimization Guide is coming soon But a few simple changes will sav...
14OverviewBenefits Maintain broad End User device choice Enable legacy Windows Applicationsupport on latest Windows devi...
15OverviewBenefits Enhanced Usability: One stop shoppingfor end user access to all their corporateworkloads.Horizon Works...
16Horizon Launch Page
17How it worksHorizonGatewayView ClientView ConnectionServerRemote desktop1) Click link togenerateartifact &launch client....
18OverviewBenefits Install-Free access to Desktops Clean, integrated, browser-basedexperience Access View Desktops from...
19HTML Access works with or without Horizon Workspace Optional Addition to View Connection Server as Web-Gateway
20OverviewBenefitsUnity Touch: Mobile Clients User Interface EnhancementsMake using Windows applications easier on mobile ...
21Separate Delivery of HTML Access, Mobile Experience & Lync Delivery of core View 5.2 functionality will come first A s...
22Horizon View 5.2 and Related Updates• Hardware Accelerated 3D Graphics• Support for Microsoft Lync 2013 with Rich Media ...
23OverviewBenefits OPEX savings with fewer pools tomanage in multi-thousand userdeployments. No need to split pools on t...
24Network Label Configuration Introduction• This feature is configured entirely through View PowerCLI.• Configuration is d...
25OverviewBenefits OPEX savings less admin time spent oncommon operations Reduced complexity of architecture &less scrip...
26Admin UI Data Cache• Uses a small in memory cache to accelerate key Admin UI screens• The Admin Data Cache is currently ...
27Minimum # Ready Desktops for 24/7 Operations
28OverviewBenefits OPEX savings with shorter maintenancewindows for operations like recomposeand rebalance. Increased bu...
29OverviewBenefits Eliminates VC dependencies on Windows Enhanced View Deployment Flexibility Easier Installation & Upg...
30OverviewBenefits Easier desktop support & troubleshooting Increased Admin efficiency and reducedView-Admin to VC-Admin...
31Horizon View 5.2 and Related Updates• Hardware Accelerated 3D Graphics• Support for Microsoft Lync 2013 with Rich Media ...
32OverviewBenefits Reduced storage capacity requirements(lower CAPEX) for Persistent Desktops,even on lower-tier hardware...
33Space Efficient Disks Make Persistent Desktops Cost LessBaseImageDesktop ADesktop BDesktop C(~10GB)100MB100MB100MBThings...
34Space Efficient Disks Make Persistent Desktops Cost LessBaseImageDesktop ADesktop BDesktop C(~10GB)2GB400MB1GBBut the de...
35Space Efficient Disks Make Persistent Desktops Cost LessBaseImageDesktop ADesktop BDesktop C(~10GB)100MB100MB100MBSpace ...
3640GB40GBSpace Efficient Disks Make Persistent Desktops Cost LessBaseImageDesktop ADesktop BDesktop C(~10GB)40GBIf no rec...
372GBSpace Efficient Disks Make Persistent Desktops Cost LessBaseImageDesktop ADesktop BDesktop C(~10GB)400MB1GBWith the n...
38Space Efficient Disks Make Persistent Desktops Cost LessBaseImageDesktop ADesktop BDesktop C(~10GB)1GB300MB800GBBut a ba...
39Space Efficient Disks Usage Notes• Feature requires vSphere 5.1 as well as HW version 9 for the VM• Space Efficient form...
40Space Efficient Disks in Action
41Space Efficient Disks in Action - II
42Automated space reclamation• Space reclamation task runs every hour and scans the VMs that are using the format.• Task c...
43Manual space reclamation Intended mainly for demo or troubleshooting purposes, it ispossible to force a manual space re...
44Want More? Check out the View 5.2 TOIs (to GSS & CPD)Excellent detailed technical content is produced every release for ...
45The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmak...
46The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmak...
47The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmak...
48The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmak...
49The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmak...
50The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmak...
51The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmak...
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  1. 1. © 2013 VMware Inc. All rights reservedVMware Horizon View 5.2 – Advanced TechEnd User Product Management TeamQ1 2013
  2. 2. 2Horizon View 5.2 and Related Updates• Hardware Accelerated 3D Graphics• Support for Microsoft Lync 2013 with Rich Media Services• Support for Windows 8 based desktops & clients• Streamlined access to View Desktops from Horizon Workspace• Easily connect to desktops from any device with HTML Access• Enhanced Experience for Touch Based Mobile DevicesWhat’s New with User Experience?• Large Pool creation with elimination of 8 host limits, and multiple vLAN support• View Administrator performance improvements with large numbers of desktops• Accelerated provisioning, recompose and rebalance operations• Support for VC Virtual Appliance based deployments• Tech Preview of a new Integrated Service Console in the VC Web ClientWhat’s New with Ease of Management?• Efficient Use of Storage Capacity w/Space Efficient DisksWhat’s New with Total Cost of Ownership?
  3. 3. 3OverviewBenefits Enables enhanced 3D workloads like CAD Maximize the value of GPU resourceswith multiple VMs sharing a GPU Full compatibility with hosts lackingphysical GPUs (for vMotion, etc).Horizon View Media Services for 3D Graphics (vSGA)Rich, workstation class user experience Leverages new vSphere 5.1 capability… Enables shared access to physical GPUhardware for 3D and high performancegraphical workloads. Desktops still see abstracted VMwareSVGA device for maximum compatibility &portability.
  4. 4. 4vSGA: System Requirement and CompatibilityComponent RequirementHost PCIEx16 slot; w/ enough physical space for NVIDIA card; PSU needsto be powerful enoughNVIDIA cards supported:• Quadro 4000, 5000, and 6000• Tesla M2070Q• GRID K1 and K2ESX 5.1 or later;HW version 9 or higherOnly Win7 and Win8 VMs are supported; No XP/Vista supportVCenter 5.1 or laterView Agent 5.2 or laterView Client No specific requirement, 5.2 preferred, Tera2 Zero-Clients work best
  5. 5. 5Installation and configurationOn ESX server:1. Install graphics cards2. Install NVIDIA VIB# esxcli software vib install –d /xxx-path-to-vib/vib-name.ziphttp://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspxOn Broker:1. Select the VM pool you want to enable vSGA2. Under Pool Settings/Remote Display Protocol, set “Default displayprotocol” to “PCoIP”3. Select “No” for “Allow users to choose protocol”4. Select either “Hardware” or “Automatic” for “3D Renderer”5. Choose the amount of video memory allocated for each VM. Default is96MB, minimum is 64MB, maximum is 512MB6. Power-cycle VM to allow the settings to take effect
  6. 6. 6OverviewBenefitsHorizon View Support for MSFT Lync 2013 SupportRich Video Communications with Popular UC Solution Microsoft Lync client support on Viewdesktops Support for Microsoft Lync 2013 with RichMedia Services Supported with PCoIP Phase 1 – Windows thin and thick clients Improved collaboration capabilities withMicrosoft Lync and Office applications Rich audio and video chat for improvedcommunications
  7. 7. 7Microsoft Lync 2013 Supported Features with ViewFeatures SupportedPresenceInstant MessagingDesktop sharingApplication Sharing/Powerpoint sharingWhiteboardsFile TransfersOnline MeetingsOffice IntegrationVoIPVideo ChatYes, but multi-party videochat is not supported
  8. 8. 8View + Lync 2013 ArchitecturevSphereWindows clientView Client View AgentLync 2013 Plug-in(User A)Lync 2013 Client(User A)Lync 2013 Client(User B)PCOIPIM,P,DataCollabA/VMediaLegend:SignalingMediaSignaling for all modesLync Server2013
  9. 9. 9Platforms & ProtocolsWhat about Linux client and Zero client Support?Not supported until Microsoft creates Lync VDI pluginsfor these platforms
  10. 10. 10Hardware Requirements for Lync 2013 in ViewHardware RequirementsOS WES7 (works for WES7/8, Windows 7/8 and WinTPC)CPU 1.5 GHzRAM At least 2 GBTotal Storage Flash Memory size (thin clients): at least 4 GBDisk size (for PCs): at least 4GB totalDell Wyse Z90D7 Dell Wyse R90L7 Dell Wyse X90m7 HP t610 HP t5740e
  11. 11. 11Lync 2013/View Software ComponentsSoftware Components DescriptionMicrosoft Lync 2013Server componentsBackend server that the Microsoft Lync clients register with.Microsoft Lync 2013 client Microsoft Lync 2013 client application that is installed in VM.Microsoft Lync VDI plugin The Lync VDI plugin is installed on the client machine. Lync VDIplugin that pairs with Lync 2013 client in VM. Once Lync VDIplugin is paired with Lync 2013 client, all media processing isredirected to the client device.View 5.2 (Agent andClient)Need to use the View 5.2 agent and corresponding View 5.2client – enhancements were made so that Lync VDI plugin couldcommunicate with Lync 2013 client in VM.VM Operating System Supported on Windows 7 VMs only. Phase 1 only supportsWindows 7 as guest OS (requires Service Pack (SP1))Client Operating System Windows 7 and Windows 8 client OS. Initial release fullysupports Windows 7 SP1 as the client OS, with Windows 8based clients a Tech Preview.
  12. 12. 12OverviewBenefits Smooth transition from POC to productionroll-out of Windows 8 Enables IT to leverage latest Windowscapabilities in VDIWindows 8 Desktop SupportGet Ahead on Windows Upgrade Planning Support for Windows 8 guests Aligned with Windows 8 Client Support Leverages vSphere 5.1 Win8 EnablementVMware View + vSphere
  13. 13. 13Windows 8 Image Optimization Tips A full Windows 8 Optimization Guide is coming soon But a few simple changes will save big on CPU and Bandwidth:• Disable “Animate Controls and elements inside windows” (see below)• Disable Windows-maximize transient effect (see below)• Change animated cursor to default cursor provides >20% bandwidth savings!
  14. 14. 14OverviewBenefits Maintain broad End User device choice Enable legacy Windows Applicationsupport on latest Windows devicesWindows 8 Client Support – Already Available!Keep up with shipping client hardware A View Client for new Windows 8 Devices Available for both: Desktop Mode (PCoIP & RDP) Windows RT (Initially RDP Only)
  15. 15. 15OverviewBenefits Enhanced Usability: One stop shoppingfor end user access to all their corporateworkloads.Horizon Workspace Brokering of View DesktopsHorizon Supports User Entitlement to Desktops and SSO View Desktop pools are connected intoHorizon Workspace after provisioning Workspace provides a single access pointfor desktops, data & apps. Workspace supports SSO brokering userto available desktops based onentitlement policy
  16. 16. 16Horizon Launch Page
  17. 17. 17How it worksHorizonGatewayView ClientView ConnectionServerRemote desktop1) Click link togenerateartifact &launch client.Specifies: CSaddress, desktop& SAML artifact2) Client sendsSAML artifactusing XML API aspart ofauthenticationprocess4) CSretrieves SAMLassertionusing artifact6) CS launchessession onremote desktopvmware-view://connection-server/desktop?SAMLart=XXXXXXXXXXXX5) CSvalidatesassertion3) CSvalidatesartifact
  18. 18. 18OverviewBenefits Install-Free access to Desktops Clean, integrated, browser-basedexperience Access View Desktops from deviceplatforms where no native client isavailableHTML Access to Horizon View DesktopsAccess your desktop and apps via Horizon from ANY modern device Remote protocol delivered through anyHTML5 capable web-browser Access through View Portal or Horizon UI Routes to existing View desktop Leverages View Security Server fornetwork routing when available
  19. 19. 19HTML Access works with or without Horizon Workspace Optional Addition to View Connection Server as Web-Gateway
  20. 20. 20OverviewBenefitsUnity Touch: Mobile Clients User Interface EnhancementsMake using Windows applications easier on mobile devices Makes using Windows apps on mobilemuch more usable and mobile centric Best-in-class Windows apps experienceon the iOS & Android devices that areused by key decision makers Focus on applications, not the desktop Easier to launch apps Easier to switch between running apps Easier to open/find files Easier to use minimize and quit apps Works on iOS and Android
  21. 21. 21Separate Delivery of HTML Access, Mobile Experience & Lync Delivery of core View 5.2 functionality will come first A set of View Clients and an Agent “Feature Pack” will come later Enabled by Updated View Clients:• Lync 2013 Support• Mobile Client User Interface Enhancements Enabled by View Agent Feature Pack:• HTML Access – two installers:• An add-on Agent for the “Blast” protocol (required)• An optional addition to the View Connection Server to enable a web-gateway(otherwise use Horizon Workspace for access)
  22. 22. 22Horizon View 5.2 and Related Updates• Hardware Accelerated 3D Graphics• Support for Microsoft Lync 2013 with Rich Media Services• Support for Windows 8 based desktops & clients• Streamlined access to View Desktops from Horizon Workspace• Easily connect to desktops from any device with HTML Access• Enhanced Experience for Touch Based Mobile DevicesWhat’s New with User Experience?• Large Pool creation with elimination of 8 host limits, and multiple vLAN support• View Administrator performance improvements with large numbers of desktops• Accelerated provisioning, recompose and rebalance operations• Support for VC Virtual Appliance based deployments• Tech Preview of a new Integrated Service Console in the VC Web ClientWhat’s New with Ease of Management?• Efficient Use of Storage Capacity w/Space Efficient DisksWhat’s New with Total Cost of Ownership?
  23. 23. 23OverviewBenefits OPEX savings with fewer pools tomanage in multi-thousand userdeployments. No need to split pools on the basis ofinsufficient host density, or insufficient IPaddresses in an address range.Large Pool & Multi-Network SupportOPEX Savings with fewer pools to manage Large Pools: Eliminate 8-host per poollimit – now 32 hosts with latest View andvSphere 5.1 Multi-Network: Network within a pool canbe split with multiple network labels.Initially offered via powershell API.
  24. 24. 24Network Label Configuration Introduction• This feature is configured entirely through View PowerCLI.• Configuration is done in three steps:1. Create a skeleton network label specification text file using parametersfrom your Cluster/Host and parent VM.2. Edit the network label specification file to associate available networklabels with available NICs, along with maximum capacity counts.3. Create a new pool or update an existing pool using the network labelspecification file.
  25. 25. 25OverviewBenefits OPEX savings less admin time spent oncommon operations Reduced complexity of architecture &less scripting with image updates forpools supporting 24-7 operations.Accelerated View Admin Scale, Performance & AvailabilityOPEX savings as deployments grow large Enhanced VC Scale: Deploy pods of upto 10k desktops with a single VC! Reduce Time: Data caching for fastAdmin-UI response with large lists ofdesktops and sessions Improve Availability: Rolling-Refit keepsmin # desktops available duringrecompose, refresh & rebalance ops.
  26. 26. 26Admin UI Data Cache• Uses a small in memory cache to accelerate key Admin UI screens• The Admin Data Cache is currently only enabled for the followingUI screens:• Inventory -> VMs• Inventory -> Pools• Status pane• Dashboard• The Admin Data Cache is not currently in effect for any otherscreens (such as individual pool or desktop details)• Does not add any significant memory overhead• Improvements in backend time (20 pools, 10K simulated VMs):• 2x for Inventory -> Desktops• 4x for Inventory -> Pools
  27. 27. 27Minimum # Ready Desktops for 24/7 Operations
  28. 28. 28OverviewBenefits OPEX savings with shorter maintenancewindows for operations like recomposeand rebalance. Increased business agility with fastertime to desktop deployment.Accelerated Pool Management OperationsBIG speed ups for long running management operations at scale Faster Management Operations: Over2x improvement in end to endprovisioning, recompose and rebalancetimes. Long running management operations forup to 2k desktops can now complete in asingle shift!
  29. 29. 29OverviewBenefits Eliminates VC dependencies on Windows Enhanced View Deployment Flexibility Easier Installation & UpgradesVirtual Center VA SupportEasier Setup & Improved Flexibility of VC Architecture Fully enabled testing and support forVirtual Appliance based VC deployments Leverages VA-based VC architecture firstintroduced in vSphere 5Virtual Center
  30. 30. 30OverviewBenefits Easier desktop support & troubleshooting Increased Admin efficiency and reducedView-Admin to VC-Admin “whiplash”Tech Preview: vSphere Web Client IntegrationEnd-To-End Visibility into View Deployment Leverages new vSphere capability… A View plugin into the vSphere Web Client Makes VC Web Client “aware” of Viewobjects like Users, Desktops & Pools Search for a View User in vSphere WebClient and find their VM(s)Setup Instructions At:C:Program FilesVMwareVMware ViewServerTechPreviewViewAdminPluginREADME.txt
  31. 31. 31Horizon View 5.2 and Related Updates• Hardware Accelerated 3D Graphics• Support for Microsoft Lync 2013 with Rich Media Services• Support for Windows 8 based desktops & clients• Streamlined access to View Desktops from Horizon Workspace• Easily connect to desktops from any device with HTML Access• Enhanced Experience for Touch Based Mobile DevicesWhat’s New with User Experience?• Large Pool creation with elimination of 8 host limits, and multiple vLAN support• View Administrator performance improvements with large numbers of desktops• Accelerated provisioning, recompose and rebalance operations• Support for VC Virtual Appliance based deployments• Tech Preview of a new Integrated Service Console in the VC Web ClientWhat’s New with Ease of Management?• Efficient Use of Storage Capacity w/Space Efficient DisksWhat’s New with Total Cost of Ownership?
  32. 32. 32OverviewBenefits Reduced storage capacity requirements(lower CAPEX) for Persistent Desktops,even on lower-tier hardware. View Composer can be used forprovisioning simplicity, even if recomposeis never used (e.g. knowledge workers).Space Efficient Disk UtilizationMore efficient use of storage capacity Leverages new vSphere 5.1 capability… A new disk format for VMs on VMFS. Reduces grain size & more efficientlyutilize every allocated block by filling itwith real data. Unused space is reclaimed and ViewComposer desktops stay small.
  33. 33. 33Space Efficient Disks Make Persistent Desktops Cost LessBaseImageDesktop ADesktop BDesktop C(~10GB)100MB100MB100MBThings start out small with ViewComposer and Linked CloneTechnology. You only have 1 copyof a Windows base image (withthe OS and Apps) once for manydesktops.
  34. 34. 34Space Efficient Disks Make Persistent Desktops Cost LessBaseImageDesktop ADesktop BDesktop C(~10GB)2GB400MB1GBBut the delta disks for eachdesktop grow over time on VMFSas Windows frees blocks whichthe hypervisor is unaware of.With traditional virtual disks
  35. 35. 35Space Efficient Disks Make Persistent Desktops Cost LessBaseImageDesktop ADesktop BDesktop C(~10GB)100MB100MB100MBSpace is reclaimed when a ViewComposer Recompose or Refresh isperformed, but this isn’t an option formany user types (e.g. knowledgeworkers with user installed apps).RecomposeWith traditional virtual disks
  36. 36. 3640GB40GBSpace Efficient Disks Make Persistent Desktops Cost LessBaseImageDesktop ADesktop BDesktop C(~10GB)40GBIf no recompose or refresh isperformed, delta disks used to growsubstantially over time – eventually asbig as the logical size of the disk.Before Space Efficient Disks with this View Beta and vSphere 5.1, thisresulted in greater storage capacity costs for knowledge workers.With traditional virtual disks
  37. 37. 372GBSpace Efficient Disks Make Persistent Desktops Cost LessBaseImageDesktop ADesktop BDesktop C(~10GB)400MB1GBWith the new space efficient diskformat, delta disk still grow to holdreal data generated by the OS,Apps & User.With Space Efficient Disks
  38. 38. 38Space Efficient Disks Make Persistent Desktops Cost LessBaseImageDesktop ADesktop BDesktop C(~10GB)1GB300MB800GBBut a background spacereclamation process automaticallyharvests unused blocks so thedisks are constantly shrunk backto a minimal size.With Space Efficient DisksReclaim!This allows you to use View Composer to provision VMs and savestorage capacity, but NEVER have to recompose or refresh.
  39. 39. 39Space Efficient Disks Usage Notes• Feature requires vSphere 5.1 as well as HW version 9 for the VM• Space Efficient format for linked clone pools (and only for the OS disk)• View automatically chooses the space efficient format when possible• Space Efficient Format is not yet supported for Windows 8• The space reclamation process is kicked off automatically by View whenthe reclaimable space for the VM exceeds the threshold• Space reclamation stats (reclaimed amount, reclaimed time) aredisplayed in the Pool Summary, and Desktop Summary
  40. 40. 40Space Efficient Disks in Action
  41. 41. 41Space Efficient Disks in Action - II
  42. 42. 42Automated space reclamation• Space reclamation task runs every hour and scans the VMs that are using the format.• Task calculates an inexpensive heuristic to determine if the space that can be reclaimed is>= space reclamation threshold defined in the Pool Wizard (default = 1GB). If so, the VMis marked as “needing space reclamation”• The broker pool management is always iterating over VMs and pools to determine if anyactions need to be taken. If a VM is “needing space reclamation” is seen and the pool isnot in the “blackout period”, a “ReclaimVmSpace” operation is kicked off.• “ReclaimVmSpace” will first initiate a “Wipe” operation using vCenter (i.e. the first phase ofspace reclamation).• If the reclaimable space amount returned by Wipe still meets the threshold, we proceed toissue a “Shrink” operation which will effectively reduce the footprint of the disk. Otherwise,VM is skipped for this round.• Once a VM has been reclaimed, we will not attempt to reclaim it again for 24 hours.This is because space reclamation is seen as a background task and we want to avoidspurious space reclamation operations.
  43. 43. 43Manual space reclamation Intended mainly for demo or troubleshooting purposes, it ispossible to force a manual space reclamation using vdmadmin: “vdmadmin –M –d <pool> -m <desktop> -markForSpaceReclamation” This will mark the VM for immediate space reclamation. If the poolis not in blackout period, the broker will quickly pick it up andtrigger space reclamation. NOTE: For manual space reclamation, the reclaimable space DOESNOT need to meet the space reclamation threshold.
  44. 44. 44Want More? Check out the View 5.2 TOIs (to GSS & CPD)Excellent detailed technical content is produced every release for oursupport and continuing product development orgs. This “Transfer ofInformation” (TOI) content is “raw” (for internal VMware consumption only),but very useful for a skilled SE. For complete listing of webinars and slide decks:• https://wiki.eng.vmware.com/Nashville/TOI Webinars Streaming Shortcuts:• Horizon, Security & USB:https://vmware.webex.com/vmware/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID=64966167&rKey=46ded74e5f921a0b• Blast, Win8, vSGA, Lync:https://vmware.webex.com/vmware/ldr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID=65001652&rKey=e3a987f35a643443• Large Scale Improvements, Integrated Service Console, Space Efficient Disks:https://vmware.webex.com/vmware/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID=65037972&rKey=69af453f6596f1f0
  45. 45. 45The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmaking a purchasing decision. It is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract.Centralized layeredimage managementfor local deploymentMulti-deviceworkspace for ITservicesVMware Horizon Suite Powers SolutionsHORIZON SUITEThe platform for workforce mobilityHorizonViewHorizonMirageHorizonWorkspaceComplete desktopand applicationvirtualizationNEWv5.2NEWv4.0NEWv1.0
  46. 46. 46The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmaking a purchasing decision. It is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract.Thank You!
  47. 47. 47The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmaking a purchasing decision. It is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract.Optional Vision SlidesInsert these at beginning of the deck if the audience isn’t alreadyfamiliar with where View fits in the overall EUC Vision
  48. 48. 48The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmaking a purchasing decision. It is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract.The pace and rate of technology change is faster than everSources: IDC 2012, Morgan Stanley 2011, Gartner 2012, Forrester 2012, Pew 2011300Bapp downloadsby 2016of LOB appsare SaaS80%52% of companies supportmobile/remote employees>30% of the worldwideworkforce is mobileApps Access66% use 2+devices for work½ of all non-PC deviceswill be BYO by 20162014 Android shipmentswill outstrip iOSY/Ysteady PCshipment forecastsDevices
  49. 49. 49The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmaking a purchasing decision. It is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract.TransformAssets Into Central ServicesBrokerServices Centrally by PolicyDeliverMulti-device AccessWhat you need is a new approach
  50. 50. 50The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmaking a purchasing decision. It is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract.Transform: Simplifydesktops, diverse appsand data intocentralized servicesDeliver: Empower yourworkforce with flexibleaccess across devices,locations and connectivityVMware Horizon is the Platform for End-User ComputingBroker: Manage & Securecentrally and broker servicesto your workforce by policy
  51. 51. 51The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmaking a purchasing decision. It is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract.Deliver: Empower yourworkforce with secure,roaming access to yoursame desktop acrossdevicesBroker: Manage and securevirtual desktops from a singleadmin console whileremoving data off endpointsHorizon View virtualizes desktops into a central serviceTransform: Simplifydesktops and apps intothe datacenter withvirtualization

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