Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
What is VDI?
Virtualization of the desktop is a computing environment in which some or all components of the system, including operating system and applications, reside in a protected environment, isolated from the underlying hardware and software platforms.
The virtualization layer controls interactions between the virtual environment and the rest of the system. Essentially, servers host desktop environments specific to each user and stream applications and operating systems to the desktop.
Server-based VDI solutions consolidate and virtualize desktops into the data center for centralized management.
Today's increasingly-mobile workforce wants seamless, reliable, anytime access to their applications and data on a growing set of devices such as laptops, mobile devices, and home PCs. In addressing these user demands, IT must also maintain compliance and manage the corporate environment responsibly and efficiently.
VDI bridges these requirements by providing enterprises a comprehensive suite of solutions to give users the flexibility to work everywhere on a range of devices, while simplifying compliance and management through a centralized and unified infrastructure.
Reduction of Service Failures – fixing problems faster, eliminating downtime, improving uptime, reduce the impact, frequency, duration, and cost of service issues, troubleshooting, out-of-hours support, and productivity loss.
Improved Staff Efficiency – increasing administrator efficiency, by allowing a single administrator to manage a much larger infrastructure.
Faster Service Deployment – allowing new systems to be deployed much faster, and new applications up to 96 times faster, saving wage costs in every deployment, while reducing downtime.
Reduced Facility Operation Costs – allowing organizations to reduce both floor space/rent costs, and power consumption.
How to implement VDI?
Implementing protected virtualization in a business is not difficult or expensive. Your businesses will save money, enjoy increased flexibility for growth, and find it easier to maintain the overall IT infrastructure.
Backup considerations enable businesses to take full advantage of virtualization.
Protecting and managing your physical and virtual information infrastructure from desktop to data center across any server, storage, or virtual machine, you can reap the significant benefits of server and endpoint virtualization.
If you’re managing a growing business with an expanding pool of servers, applications, and IT demands, you can’t afford not to consider virtualization for your business.
Affordable Virtual Desktops with VDI
Simplify virtual desktops with the all-in-one VDI solution for your business.
Discover how businesses across all industries are using VDI to modernize IT and begin enjoying the same virtual desktop benefits enjoyed by enterprises across the world.
Deploy virtual desktops for less than the cost of PCs, start small and scale on demand.
Leverage a broad range of endpoints from iPad and Android-based tablets to old repurposed PCs
Centralize management and cut support costs!
How Do You Start Implementing Virtualization?
With virtualization, a single server can run multiple, different operating systems at once, supporting a variety of business applications. At B2B Development Network, we can review your current business processes, growth plans, and IT infrastructure.
B2B Development Network will assess your current IT infrastructure to understand how the environment will be affected by a virtual solution. We will analyze how you are using your current servers, whether you need to streamline processes, and current usage patterns. Also we will help you figure out the number of users accessing your virtualized solution and current network traffic patterns.
B2B Development will determine which hardware and software to virtualize, we will test and deploy the virtualized installation.
After building or repurposing old server hardware, assembling necessary component hardware, and integrating networking and storage systems, install the virtualization software and then migrate existing applications to their virtual realms.
We will before rolling out virtualization company-wide, test it so issues are surfaced and addressed before they impact your users and productivity.
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