There’s a lot of debate in the engineering community on whether to use Provisioning Services (PVS) or Machine Creation Services (MCS) when deploying a VDI solution. There are clear differences between the two technologies, and depending on the type of deployment, important factors to consider when choosing which one to use.
This past January I had the pleasure of participating in the Citrix Partner Expert Council (PTEC) that was held in Las Vegas. Over 200 partners, myself included, were able to directly communicate and give our feedback to the different Citrix Product Managers. It’s great to know that Citrix is still on top of it’s game and […]
Last week Centrinet attended a vWorkspace training session at the Dell Concourse Parkway site in Atlanta, GA. The session was held to introduce the partners to the new product, along with a demonstration of its capabilities. We were very impressed and found the product to have some great new features. The administration console was very […]
I recently completed a very interesting client project based on MS Hyper-V and MS Storage Space, and wanted to share the details here today. The Clients had been using the 2008 R2 Hyper-V CSV cluster with iSCSI storage, which was complex to manage. The steep costs for iSCSI storage were returning low levels of performance on the […]
Our valued partner – Liquidware Labs – recently released a solutions brief on The Vital Role of Robust Metrics in VDI Maintenance. The brief highlights the importance of their Stratusphere UX to support the delivery of managed VDI services. As only one of three Liquidware Lab Acceler8 partners to have achieved the Center of Excellence designation […]
Consolidate, save, and work from anywhere. The past five years have seen a number of industries and sectors adopt Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). Adopting VDI is a great way to allow your organization’s IT department to simplify the desktop management process; the software creates the desktop images, allowing you to consolidate management to a single […]