From the Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure to Architecting Horizon: The Official Reference Architecture, VMware Explore (formerly VMworld) is returning to an in-person format with many Horizon sessions of interest to Tom Fenton.
Paul details where this hidden gem fits, where it doesn't, why you should care and coming improvements.
- By Paul Schnackenburg
Tom points out a key factor that can make VDI a success and talks about one of the reasons it failed in the early days.
Tom takes a look at Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) and hybrid infrastructure.
Tom explains how HCI works with VDI.
Tom looks at ways to offload UC processes from datacenter CPUs to VDI clients, monitoring remote assets and the benefits of using SD-WAN.
With the basics out of the way, Tom looks at some VDI techniques to increase performance and decrease costs.
After previously explaining what VDI is and its recent history, Tom dives in to specific components and some best practices around them.
Tom gives expert hands-on advice as more employers try to keep their employees happy working from home without risking a corporation's digital assets.
Tom Fenton shares his tools for monitoring built-in device Wi-Fi among the wide variety of Linux versions and GUI interfaces.
VMware issued an "IMPORTANT" message to users of its Horizon virtual desktop offering, warning them to patch for critical Log4j vulnerabilities.
Microsoft's cloud-based virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) offering, Azure Virtual Desktop, now supports Trust Launch virtual machines (VMs).
After previously showing how to install the new offering, Tom puts it through its paces and shares his thoughts.
After previously providing an overview of the new features included with Horizon 2111, released last month, Tom takes a deeper dive.
See what four features piqued Tom's interest in the new Extended Service Branch (ESB) Maintenance Release.