Many organizations are deploying a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to reduce costs and keep consistent images. Virtualization administrators chartered with rolling out VDI face a raft of new network abbreviations that may seem like incantations. But VDI needn’t be scary.
Abbreviations such as DNS, DHCP, IPAM and API may be off-putting or something application and desktop experts aren’t used to dealing with, but they’re critical to ensuring successful virtualization deployments.
To make the process less spooky, I’ll be leading a 30-minute webinar, titled Rolling out VDI – New Acronyms to Scare You, on Wednesday, April 27, at 10:00 a.m. PDT. Join me to learn about four key concerns you and your peer organizations need to confront in VDI deployments:
- Why boot storms can cause chaos for DHCP
- How unique workload requirements need API integration
- When DNS availability kills the benefit of VDI
- Which security risks increase in VDI and DNS-based exploits
To learn more, register here.