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Designing a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Architecture for Scale and Performance on Window Server 2012

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Remote Desktop Services in WS2012 can scale to 1000’s of desktops with fault tolerance, but you need to know how to design and tune such a deployment. At this session, we will show several models for a large scale VDI architecture, and cover the latest performance and tuning information out of the RDV product group.

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  • MS VDI will most likely push away XenDesktop at some of my customers, so I'll need the inside scoop of this session Smiley

  • vdienthusiastvdienthusia​st

    Please also look at the agenda for following session (WCA-B393)
    to see how Dell architected the VDI solution based on Microsoft Windows Server 2012.
    Windows Server 2012 Desktop Virtualization (VDI) on Dell

  • Hey Guys! I would love to see some detail around the Remote Desktop Gateway and how connections work inside and outside of an organization.

  • Nice. Please get me off of XD!!! Tongue Out

  • I'm very interested. I'm implement mostly Citrix XenDesktop by customers...

  • ShabarShabar

    I have already implement 2012 on a 330 seat deployment for a customer using the Dell reference infrastructure very happy with the results.

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