Integration, Implementation and Performance Guide for Unidesk for vSphere with Atlantis HyperScale and USX! Featuring XenDesktop and AppSense
As mentioned in a previous blog post, May 2015 Atlantis Computing released an integrated hardware/software Hyper-Converged Infrastructure platform called HyperScale. As a refresher for those not as familiar with Atlantis, here’s a high level overview of their current three platforms (ILIO, USX, and HyperScale):
Since HyperScale launched I’ve had many customers and colleagues inquire about cross product integration with other End User Computing software solutions including Unidesk, View/XenDesktop, AppSense/RES, and others. This post will focus primarily on Atlantis and Unidesk integration, notably the thought leaders for layering technologies as we know them today. If you’re not familiar with Unidesk, here’s a quick overview:
At first glance this seemed like a perfectly natural fit as Atlantis has traditionally been positioned to address storage performance and capacity issues most common in persistent and non-persistent virtual desktop environments. With Unidesk’s unique approach to desktop layering, they are well positioned to address Persistent Virtual Desktops requiring User Installed Applications (UIA) or Department Installed Applications (DIA) using a robust desktop management platform today. Additionally, this approach extends to enable a gradual transition to Non-Persistent over time as applications are moved from UIA/DIA thick or automated installs (SCCM, Altiris, Landesk) into IT delivered apps using Unidesk Application Layers. For more information on Unidesk, visit their website www.unidesk.com.
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Integration, Implementation and Performance Guide for Unidesk for vSphere with Atlantis HyperScale and USX! Featuring XenDesktop and AppSense- ITVCE.com