Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is an end-to-end solution for server-based desktop virtualization computing that improves control and manageability while providing end users with a friendly desktop environment.
Organizations use VMware VDI to replace traditional PCs with virtual desktops that run on servers in the data center. Administrators can provision new desktops in a matter of minutes, giving users their own personalized desktop environments while eliminating the need for retraining and application sharing.
VDI lets you consolidate client PCs as virtual desktops that run on servers in the data center. VMware VirtualCenter manages your virtual infrastructure while the Virtual Desktop Manager (VDM) manages user access to centralized virtual desktops from a wide range of devices, including Windows, Linux, and Apple computers, as well as thin clients.
Successful Virtualization Integration
With VMware VDI, virtualization management takes place in a data center where you can more easily perform upgrades, patches, and general desktop maintenance. Store and manage thousands of virtual desktops on hundreds of physical servers from a single management console. Deploy new desktops using automatic desktop provisioning, give each end user an isolated virtual desktop, and help to eliminate the availability and performance problems associated with shared application technologies.
As a VMware alliance partner, triCerat is dedicated to the current and future compatibility of our software solutions to this cutting edge technology.
VMware VDI & triCerat's Desktop Management Solutions
triCerat, a VMware alliance partner, offers virtualization management software that helps alleviate VDI printing problems and other virtual desktop management challenges associated with a growing computing environment.
Now Available! Simplify Suite 5.2 for Windows Workstations and VDI
triCerat confirms that we will support customers running Simplify Suite v5 and ScrewDrivers on supported Operating Systems in a VMware virtual machine environment.triCerat will provide unqualified support for Simplify Suite v5 and ScrewDrivers running in a VMware virtual environment in an identical manner as with Simplify Suite v5 and ScrewDrivers running on any other major x86 based systems without initially requiring reproduction of issues on native hardware. Should triCerat suspect that the virtualization layer is the root cause of an incident; the customer will be required to contact the appropriate VMware support provider to resolve the VMware issue.While triCerat products are expected to function properly in a VMware virtual environment, there may be performance implications which can invalidate triCerat typical sizing and recommendations.
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