Geek Week VDI: Virtual Bridges VERDE WAN experience testing (Part 3)

The purpose of this video was to test the user experience of Virtual Bridges VERDE 3.0 over a variety of user environments, including:

  • 100mbps LAN connection (3:45)
  • A "global" WAN scenario, with 768kbps, variable latency between 250-350ms, and 1% packet loss (13:58)
  • A "cross country" WAN scenario, with 1.5mbps, 75-150ms latency, and 0.5% packet loss (24:16)
  • A "metro" WAN scenario, with 5.0mbps, 30-40ms latency, and 0.5% packet loss (34:11)

Note about packet loss: Throughout the video, we variably referred to the "global" and the "cross country" scenarios as having either 1% or 0.5% packet loss. I can assure you that regardless of what we said on camera, the on-screen text (which matches the specifications above) is accurate. Only the "global" scenario had 1% packet loss. The others were set to 0.5%.

These videos are delivered via RTSP streaming, which means you can click and drag the playhead to any point in the video. The mm:ss times listed above correspond to the beginning of that section.

For a full analysis of the results of this video, read our summary of how Virtual Bridges VERDE did in our Geek Week: VDI project. This video is part of our "Geek Week: VDI" project where Gabe and Brian tested five VDI products in five days. More information about this project, as well as videos from this vendor and others, is available at www.brianmadden.com/geekweek.

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At the time of emergency did everything go with the very real panic. Is very difficult to act wisely when in an emergency.


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