A New VDI Reference Architecture

Hi,

We have just released a new VDI Reference Architecture based on all the latest and the greatest

This reference architecture discusses the design considerations that give you a reference point for deploying a successful Virtual
Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) project using EMC XtremIO. Based on the evidence, we firmly establish the value of XtremIO as the
best-in-class all-flash array for VMware Horizon Enterprise 7.0 deployments. The reference architecture presents a complete VDI
solution for VMware Horizon 7.0, delivering virtualized 64-bit Windows 10 desktops. The solution also factors in VMware App Volumes
2.10 for policy-driven application delivery that includes Microsoft Office 2016, Adobe Reader 11 and other common desktop user
applications. This reference architecture discusses the design considerations that will give you a reference point for deploying a
successful VDI project using XtremIO.

You can download the RA from here:

http://www.emc.com/collateral/white-papers/h15250-vdi-with-xtremio-and-horizon-enterprise-7.pdf

and here’s a demo to show it all for you!

Virtualization of Windows 10, Office 2016 desktop environment on XtremIO

         Deploying 3000 virtualized desktops (Linked clones and full clones) managed by VMware Horizon 7 on EMC XtremIO 4.0.10

         On-demand application delivery using VMware App Volumes 2.10 to 3000 Desktops on EMC XtremIO 4.0.10

         Performance evaluation of virtualized desktops deployed at scale (3000 desktops) using loginVSI on EMC XtremIO 4.0.10

         Common considerations for deploying VDI at scale using EMC XtremIO 4.0.10

         XMS Web GUI technical preview

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