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VMware View 5.0 Performance and Best Practices White Paper

Following up from our presentation’s at the recent VMworld discussing VMware View 5.0, we are pleased to announce the availability of our VMware View 5.0 Performance and Best Practices white paper. This paper highlights;

-          Optimizations to the View PCoIP protocol that deliver bandwidth savings of up to 75% and improved consolidation ratios of up to 30%

-          Optimizations to VMware vSphere 5.0 that benefit VDI deployments

-          Performance comparisons with View 4.5, Microsoft RDP and Citrix XenDesktop

-          Best practices & tunables on the platform, guest, PCoIP protocol & network, illustrating how users can optimally configure their View deployments

The full white paper can be found here.



VMware View 5.0 Performance and Best Practices White Paper

Following up from our presentation’s at the recent VMworld discussing VMware View 5.0, we are pleased to announce the availability of our VMware View 5.0 Performance and Best Practices white paper. This paper highlights;

-          Optimizations to the View PCoIP protocol that deliver bandwidth savings of up to 75% and improved consolidation ratios of up to 30%

-          Optimizations to VMware vSphere 5.0 that benefit VDI deployments

-          Performance comparisons with View 4.5, Microsoft RDP and Citrix XenDesktop

-          Best practices & tunables on the platform, guest, PCoIP protocol & network, illustrating how users can optimally configure their View deployments

The full white paper can be found here.

2 thoughts on “VMware View 5.0 Performance and Best Practices White Paper

  1. Jasonventresco

    Could you explain what exactly the
    pae-VCAllRefitRampFactory and pae-SVICreateRampFactory values do? Also, in the View 5 GA build those attribute names (appear to have) dropped the trailing “y”.
    Thanks!

    Reply
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