The MokaFive’s Take on Desktop Virtualization
A while ago, I had the opportunity to speak with Purnima Padmanabhan, MokaFive’s Vice President of Products and Marketing, about MokaFive, its approach to desktop virtualization and why the company believes the approach is better than server-based desktop virtualization.
The MokaFive approach
MokaFive encapsulates a Windows desktop. The resulting package is called a “LivePC.” The LivePC images can then be deployed on Apple Macs (inside of a virtual machine, such as Fusion or Parallels), PCs running Windows or directly on PC hardware using a bare metal hypervisor. Moka Five uses the VMware Player as the default client virtual machine manager, or hypervisor. The company states that the architecture of its software allows nearly any virtual machine software to be used.
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, MokaFive’s take on desktop virtualization- Virtually Speaking