Virtualization Jump Start (09): Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Architecture | Part 1
About This Video
This is Part 1 of a two-part section and features Corey Hynes and Symon Perriman providing a solid understanding of why Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is important and how it can be implemented. Next, they provide a "scenario-based" understanding of how organizations should determine with VDI approach may be the best to implement based on the situation. This solid understanding of VDI Architecure will enable IT pros to better plan and make the right decisions for the job.
About this Jump Start series:
The “Microsoft Virtualization for VMware Professionals” Jump Start is specially tailored for VMware and Microsoft virtualization technology pros. This cutting-edge course features expert instruction and real-world demonstrations of Hyper-V, many components of the System Center Suite, including VMM 2012, and a myriad of VDI solutions. This course is designed for Data Center Managers, IT Professionals, IT Decision Makers, Network Administrators, Storage/Infrastructure Administrators & Architects. Expert IT infrastructure consultant, Corey Hynes, and Microsoft Technical Evangelist, Symon Perriman, leveraged an engaging "team teaching" approach which makes the class as entertaining as it is educational.
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Published Date: April 19, 2011
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