Unidesk: Virtual Desktop Management Podcast with Ron Oglesby – Episode 142
In episode 142, Douglas Brown interviews Ron Oglesby, Chief Solution Architect at Unidesk. Ron and Doug discuss Unidesk virtual desktop management solution, what it is, what it takes to install, manage, how it works with an benefits VDI brokers such as VMware View, Citrix XenDesktop, Pano Logic, why we should care, and much more.
About Unidesk VDI
Add Unidesk VDI management software to VMware View, Citrix XenDesktop, Pano Logic, or other VDI access solutions and overcome the biggest obstacles to VDI success:
User Experience: Sustain all user persona – profile settings, directories, data, user-installed applications, plugins, SIDs, GUIDs, and more – through desktop logouts, reboots, and patches. You’ll eliminate the need for profile management, delight your end users, and be able to expand VDI to more use cases.
High Cost: Use up to 70% less storage to reduce VDI implementation costs. Unlike cloning and de-duplication solutions, Unidesk offers massive storage savings without losing any user personalization.
Management Complexity: Simplify O/S management and deliver any application – even those application virtualization can’t. With Unidesk, you can provision and patch all desktops from a single Windows XP or Windows 7 image and single images of all your applications – even custom-built apps, VMware ThinApps, and apps with system services and boot-time drivers such as antivirus, Adobe Acrobat, and printers
To learn more please visit: http://www.unidesk.com
About Ron Oglesby
Ron Oglesby is a well-known virtualization architect, thought leader, and author. Many IT professionals regard his advanced technical design guides on VMware and Windows Terminal Services as required reading. His straight-shooting style and years of experience implementing application, server, and desktop virtualization for GlassHouse Technologies, Dell Global Services, and Unidesk make him an audience favorite when speaking at industry conferences like BriForum, Citrix Synergy, and VMware User Groups.