Applied Math for VDI Design: A Statistical Approach to Designing VDI Environments

This session digs into the design challenges surrounding VDI, applying relevant mathematics to better understanding how to provide a better user experience at a lower cost.

(this was originally posted in August, 2011)

 

Presented by: Daniel Beveridge

This session digs into the design challenges surrounding VDI, applying relevant mathematics to better understanding how to provide a better user experience at a lower cost. Drawing from statistics, and VDI workload attributes, come learn how concepts like standard deviation, the inequality theorem, coefficient of variation apply to your design challenges. Learn to identify products, platform features, and design strategies that align with the mathematical principles behind a solid VDI design. Take away concepts that apply to every aspect of your desktop design. Gain new insights into infrastructure sizing and cost reduction methods. You don't have to be a 'Math Geek' to enjoy this session - anyone can take away some new ways of thinking about storage design, display protocol, cluster management, desktop image design and more.

 

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