Solve real world problems in Vmware using Packt’s new Book and eBook
Secure Visual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) by having firewalls, antivirus, virtual enclaves, USB redirection and filtering and smart card authentication and analyze the strategies and techniques used to migrate a user population from a physical desktop environment to a virtual desktop solution.
Birmingham, UK (PRWEB) June 16, 2012
Packt is thrilled to announce the publication of it’s first ever book on Vmware, VMware View 5 Desktop Virtualization Solutions book, a complete guide to planning and designing a solution based on VMware View 5. This book allows the reader to secure Visual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) by having firewalls, antivirus, virtual enclaves, USB redirection and filtering and smart card authentication.
About the Authors:
Jason Langone: Involved in VMware solutions for over seven years, Jason has designed and implemented solutions around the world. He spoke at VMWorld 2006 and has won a VMware Vanguard Award in 2007 for Best DR Solution. He is also a VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX), a VMware vExpert, and a VMware Certified Professional (VCP).
Andre Leibovici: A leading expert in the current area of virtualization and End User Computing, Andre maintains an award-winning and world-recognized blog. Degree qualified, he also holds VCP 5, VCAP4-DCA, VCAP4-DCD, VCP4-DT, ITIL V3, EMCCA, EMCDCA, and MCSE certifications. He is currently helping to shape the future of End User Computing by working at VMware as an architect in the Office of the CTO and enjoying his work.
VMware View is a desktop virtualization solution that helps organizations automate desktop and application management, reduce costs, and increase data security through centralization of the desktop environment. It provides remote desktop capabilities to users using VMware’s virtualization technology. A client desktop operating-system – typically Microsoft Windows 7, Vista or XP – runs within a virtual environment on a server.
Some of the chapters emphasized in this book are:
Chapter 1: Components of VMware View
Chapter 2: Solution Methodology
Chapter 3: Persistent or Non-Persistent vDesktops
Chapter 4: End Devices
Chapter 5: The PCoIP Protocol
Chapter 6: Sizing the VDI
Chapter 7: Redundancy
Chapter 8: Sizing the Storage
Chapter 9: Security
Chapter 10: Migrating from Physical Desktops to Virtual Desktops
Chapter 11: Backing Up the VMware View Infrastructure
Chapter 12: VMware View 5.1
Written with a learn-by-example approach, this book will show readers how to manage and administer a VMware View project including important aspects such as security, user profiles, and more. Architects, solution providers, consultants, engineers and anyone planning to design and implement a solution based on VMware View 5 can also analyse the strategies and techniques used to migrate a user population from a physical desktop environment to a virtual desktop solution.
About Packt Enterprise:
Packt Enterprise is a publishing division of Packt Publishing designed to serve the information needs of IT Professionals in the Enterprise space. Packt Enterprise also publishes on Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Citrix, Java, Amazon, Google and SAP technologies.
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