A Word on Terminal Server Scalability and Benchmarking, from BriForum 2008

Scalability is frequently used as an indicator that something is badly designed or even broken.

This is a video of a breakout session from BriForum 2008, presented by Bernhard Tritsch.

Session Description: Scalability is frequently used as an indicator that something is badly designed or even broken. As scalability demands increase for virtualization and for multi-user environments, the limitation of the 32-bit Windows architecture becomes more and more prominent, thus driving the movement towards 64-bit Windows. This session starts with a brief introduction of terminal servers based on x64 Windows. This will lead to a discussion about the results of terminal server scalability tests both on physical and on virtual platforms, such as Hyper-V. Learn from an expert how to set up your own terminal server test environment using simple methodologies and tools.

Objectives:

  1. 64-bit Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services scalability
  2. Presenting 32-bit and 64-bit terminal server benchmarking results
  3. Introducing test methodologies and free tools

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