By Cyndie Zikmund, EUC Product Line Marketing Manager, VMware
Have you ever asked yourself: What is the best server virtualization platform for virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)? VMware vSphere is the answer.
More and more organizations are moving towards virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) as the solution to reducing administrative overhead, increasing productivity, and improving security. VDI is becoming an even more preferred solution as storage costs go down and virtual storage is more widely supported.
But the performance of a VDI deployment depends on the virtualization platform it is hosted on. Which one is best for you? Here are a few key considerations in your decision-making process:
- Does the platform provide a secure foundation for all the virtual desktops that your organization needs?
- Can your chosen platform be standardized on the same platform as your existing server virtualization?
- How will the choice of a virtualization platform impact future migration to a cloud environment?
- Do the platform’s features, reliability, and high availability meet your business requirements?
- Is the platform optimized to run VDI workloads?
For more information about using VMware vSphere for desktop virtualization, download the white paper Why Choose VMware vSphere for Desktop Virtualization? This white paper will help you understand why vSphere is the best choice of a hypervisor for a VDI environment. See VMware vSphere for more information about the VMware server virtualization platform.
VMware vSphere supports the VMware VDI solution, Horizon with View. See Horizon with View for more information.