Citrix Provisioning Services Design – Part 1
Nowadays installing much software products is not that difficult anymore, however designing the whole environment with software products is still not that easy. Logically a design should be adjusted to the current infrastructure, the requirements and wishes of the organization. So in my opinion a design would never be 100% identical for two different infrastructures. A design is never wrong; however you should always provide arguments why a decision has been made. In this article (series) I will describe and discuss the PVS components you should consider when creating a PVS design.
I think all technicians/engineers love talking and discussing hardware. However the hardware discussions are become less important using the hypervisor technologies for systems like Citrix Provisioning Services (PVS). Sizing of the hardware of the VM is logically still an important design consideration. However I don’t go into details in this article, because I will release an article (series) where the hardware is already touched into detail. Follow my site for that upcoming article series.
Read the entire article here, Citrix Provisioning Services Design Part 1