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What is VDI?
Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) leverages virtualization technology to host the equivalent of a desktop computers on servers in a data center.
VDI provisions virtual desktops—for an end user experience that simulates a desktop operating system—but doing so with multiple virtual desktops running on a central server infrastructure. The operating system, application software, and data storage are all hosted and managed centrally. VDI solutions vary in terms of graphic capabilities depending on the hosting infrastructure and choice processors available.
VDI can deliver substantial savings in certain use cases. The technology is particularly applicable to large-scale but repetitive "knowledge worker" scenarios such as hospitals or insurance claims processing. The end user does not need a dedicated PC, just the functionality of a basic operating system and a few preset application tools. The organization saves on hardware, provisioning a low cost terminal in lieu of a PC and further benefits from reduced maintenance expenses.
HPE VDI products and services
We offer VDI solutions that are proven to meet end users’ high expectations for both traditional VDI and graphics-enabled VDI workloads. HPE 3PAR StoreServ and HPE Hyper Converged Systems with HPE StoreVirtual VSA offer highly available, easy-to-manage, and high performing storage for client virtualization deployments.
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This document provides an overview of how you can cost-effectively scale performance and storage for VDI environments with HPE Software-Defined Storage.
The Gorilla Guide to Hyperconverged Infrastructure for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
This reference architecture describes the validation of VMware Horizon 6 virtual desktops on HPE Hyper Converged 380 with OneView InstantOn version 1.3 software.