New eBook! Your Comprehensive Guide to VMware Horizon Cloud

Sep 8, 2017
Nina Seth

Author:

Nina Seth is a senior product marketing manager for VMware EUC. Nina holds a Master of Business Administration from San Jose State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of California at Davis.

Share This Post On

Download this free Horizon Cloud eBook for a comprehensive guide to deploying virtual desktops and apps in the cloud.We are very excited to announce the release of the VMware Horizon Cloud eBook.  This comprehensive guide gives users an inside look into the Horizon Cloud Service. Horizon Cloud gives organizations the flexibility to deploy virtual desktops and apps on their preferred infrastructure, on-prem or in the cloud, from a cloud control plane.

In this nearly 80-page robust new Horizon Cloud eBook, we walk you through the following topics:

  • Introducing Horizon Cloud
    Learn about the different components of the Horizon Cloud service.
  • Deploying Horizon Cloud
    Learn how to deploy Horizon Cloud with Hosted Infrastructure and Horizon Cloud with On-Premises Infrastructure.
  • Horizon Cloud Hosted and On-Premises Architecture
    Understand the Horizon Cloud architecture and how the service is deployed for optimal performance.
  • Horizon Cloud Hosted and On-Premises Image Management
    Learn which Window operating systems (OS) are supported and how to create and update images.
  • Horizon Cloud Hosted and On-Premises Active Directory Integration
    Learn how to successfully integrate Horizon Cloud with your active directory
  • Just-in-Time Management Platform
    Learn about the VMware Just-in-Time Management Platform (JMP) and how it works with Horizon Cloud to deliver stateless desktops with a persistent experience.

Check out the eBook and then check us out at VMworld Europe from September 11-14. Our product experts are conducting a number of Horizon Cloud sessions.

Add the following Horizon Cloud sessions to your VMworld Europe agenda:

Because you liked this blog:

468 ad