How to Improve your Windows Server 2016 Performance
We’ve released our VDI Like a Pro Wincdows Server 2016 Tuning Template! With this new tuning guide now available, in this blog I will discuss how:
- General guidelines for improving OS performance on VDI and RDS(H) are standardized.
- Not-Optimized Windows Servers can account for over 25% decrease of performance scalability (user density) on a VDI or RDS host.
- Optimized Windows Servers can increase performance scalability (user density) up to 25% on a VDI or RDS(H) host.
First, I would like to thank VMware for allowing me to use their open-source software to generate some incredibly exciting findings, as it relates to performance on Windows Servers for VDI and RDS(H) hosts.
As lead consultant of VDI like a Pro at Login VSI, VDI and RDS performance and scalability testing is something that I give more attention to. At Login VSI, we eliminate the effect of ‘bad performance’ or ‘bad user experience’ once and for all, by leveraging the power of vitalization-based software to determine and isolate scalability and performance issues, as well as hardware and software changes that might deliver ‘bad’ performances inside the complexity of VDI environments, which results in a ‘bad’ user experience. No user is the same, no company is the same, no infrastructure is the same. Desktop virtualization implementations aren’t the same either.
Read the entire article here, How to improve your Windows Server 2016 performance
via the fine folks at LoginVSI