(this was originally posted in August, 2011)
Presented by: Jeroen van de Kamp
In this energetic session, Jeroen van de Kamp will present the important results and best practices for virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and Remote Desktop Session Host (formerly Terminal Server) workloads as found in Project “THE Virtual Reality Check.” This R&D project started in early 2009 and has involved more than 850 tests. The goal of Project VRC is to analyze the developments in the application and desktop virtualization market and present the results in an unbiased and independent way. In the haze of massive amounts of innovation and marketing promises, this information is highly appreciated. Because there is simply too much data that Project VRC has accumulated over the years, Jeroen will present all project findings in two sessions to allow him to do a true deep-dive into all published and brand new (unpublished) content.
In Project VRC: Part 1 (the introduction session), topics will include:
- Introduction to Project VRC
- Overview of test environment and methodology
- Essential best practices for virtualizing SBC workloads
- Overview of Phase I and Phase II results