Wednesday, April 8, 2009

The Infrastructure Planning and Design team has released a new guide: Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization.

 

The Infrastructure Planning and Design team has released a new guide: Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization.

Published 08 April 09 11:13 AM | Celine Allee

This guide outlines the critical infrastructure design elements that will help ensure a successful implementation of Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V). This guide walks you through the four-step process of designing components, layout, and connectivity in a logical, sequential order. Identification of the MED-V server instances needed is presented in simple, easy-to-follow steps, with the result being the delivery of managed virtual machines to end users. This guide will help you create a design that is sized, configured, and appropriately placed, while also considering the performance, capacity, and fault tolerance of the system.
Infrastructure Planning and Design specifically helps you by:

  • Enabling you to quickly select the end users, locations, and virtual machines (VMs) that will be included in the project scope.
  • Assisting you in determining how many MED-V server instances will be required in order to deliver managed virtual machines to end users.
  • Defining the technical decision flow through the planning process.
  • Listing the decisions to be made and the commonly available options and considerations.
  • Relating the decisions and options to the business in terms of cost, complexity, and other characteristics.
  • Stepping you through MED-V infrastructure design in a logical, sequential order.
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Infrastructure Planning and Design (IPD) guides download
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Springboard Series - The Resource for Windows Desktop IT Professionals : The Infrastructure Planning and Design team has released a new guide: Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization.

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