You use VMware Horizon and wants to expand to a high availability (HA) architecture or you think about Horizon and wants to start with the planning and design phase. Great! You are on the right way because planning and design is key!
In current virtual desktop environments the direction went since a couple of month more and more in the direction of non-persistent systems. That mean, you get every time a blank Windows 10 machine for instance. Why that is the way to go?
If we talking about Horizon or Virtual Desktop Infrastructure VMware has a strong portfolio which not all of you probably aware of. First of all, I will clear up some misunderstanding with regards to Horizon Cloud Service vs. VMware Cloud. What is
That to answer is not easy in the first step because it depends on where you are and where you want to go. I will describe an example which I usually see in my projects, VMware Horizon on-premise as the given infrastructure
If you use the VMware App Volumes for your application packing and deployment, then it´s very important to prepare the packing machine for the applications, the App Stacks in the right way. Very important things here are OS updates, installed applications and
First of all, you have to fulfil all the pre-requisites for the Pod creation. Additionally, be aware that you make sure that no policies which you have potentially set in your Azure environment are blocking or restrict the successful creation of Pod
Recently I was involved in a project for best practices regarding VMware App Volumes and how to virtualize applications and handle it. Well, App Volumes is a great solution if it comes to customizing a stateless virtual desktop system like Windows 10.