Virtual desktop infrastructures are growing in popularity because they reduce the complexity of managing large numbers of client devices.
But I/O transaction rates vary during the day. Spikes are seen when large numbers of users boot their devices and log on or log off at the same time. A successful VDI deployment demands flexible storage that can handle the consolidation of user data, operating systems and applications.
Check out this brief white paper to make sure your VDI deployment isn't derailed by inadequate storage. Topics include:
Benefits of VDI
Storage challenges of VDI
Arrays and automated tiering for optimizing storage for VDI
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