The Yin and Yang of Virtual Desktop Workloads
The philosophy of Yin and Yang is about perceived or apparently opposite forces, which are actually interconnected and complementary. This duality can be found in nature, in medicine … well … just about everywhere. In fact, it’s even present in in the ongoing management and operations surrounding virtual desktop workloads.
On the one hand, you have the IT infrastructure and architecture. I’m talking about the servers and storage as well as the image and application strategy. On the other hand, you have the user. This organizational force drives business—and can be the bane of an IT professional’s existence. These two seemingly opposing forces (the infrastructure, image and applications and the user) are not only connected, they are the basis for success in the virtual desktop lifecycle. Without this Yin and Yang balance your chances for both near- and long-term successes are greatly reduced.
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