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1 © 2009 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential1 Maintaining a Desktop SLA

2 Contents Virtual Computer Overview How did we get to where we are today? How To solve these issue? Introducing © 2008 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential2

3 According to Gartner In a perfect world, IT organizations wouldn't care about locking down the PC; they would only care about the services they provide. The reality is that standardization (through lockdown techniques) must be maintained to provide effective desktop services and keep security risk at an acceptable level. Result: 80%-90% of PCs are unlocked today IT cannot provide a desktop SLA (uptime, availability, recovery) © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential3

4 The World Today © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential4

5 © 2008 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential5 Todays Business PC Hardware Policy Operating System Applications User Data Management Agents

6 Tension Between Users & IT End UsersIT Pros Wants Freedom and Flexibility Anywhere/Anytime Access Device Independence Consumerization Generation Y Mentality Productivity/Performance Wants Freedom and Flexibility Anywhere/Anytime Access Device Independence Consumerization Generation Y Mentality Productivity/Performance Wants Security and Manageability Controlled Network Access More controlled OS Data Security Predictable Configurations Wants Security and Manageability Controlled Network Access More controlled OS Data Security Predictable Configurations Virtualization with intelligent clients delivers balance, harmony

7 But What If…. © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential7

8 You could Manage thousands or hundreds of computers just like managing one OS Application OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS OSOS APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP Migrate to latest OS is easy. I am just going to push the OS down to everybody. Roll out an application is simple as OSOS OSOS APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP APPAPP

9 = Evolution of the PC © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential9

10 1.Provisioning and Patching: One-to-many image with roll-back 2.User data backup & restore: Profiles, preferences, and settings 3.Better security: Trusted boot, full disk encryption, and more 4.Policy enforcement: USB filtering, expiration, lockout, remote kill 5.Integrated Help Desk: Connect to a VM or to Hypervisor layer 6.NxTop Connect: Built-in Connectivity for VDI and Cloud Computing © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential10

11 Management and Control Domain (Dom0) NxTop Connect Services Domain (DomS) Engine Architecture Bare Metal Hypervisor (Type-1) – Fully virtualized platform, no pass-thru – Supports new and old Intel and AMD based hardware – Supports Windows and Linux virtual machines NxTop Connect integrated into NxTop Engine – Citrix Ready Services Domain – Enabled as an option from NxTop Center © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential11 Hypervisor (Open Source) … … WAN/LAN Engine Hardware 11 Applications Virtual HW Windows 7 User Data Virtual Machine #N Applications Virtual HW Win XP User Data Virtual Machine #1 Center

12 Shared Virtual Machines are Layered © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential12 Center Discard on reboot/patch Snapshot for backup Local VHD Persistent local data (not backed up) Page.sys, temporary internet files, search indexes,.ost files One-to-many from server Patch System VHD COW Shared System Disk One to many: patch once, publish many User VHD COW Persistent user data Backed-up on server for istant re-provisioning

13 = Evolution of the PC NxTop Engine: Thin layer of management software Transform PC into a fully managed appliance Includes AES 256 Full-disk encryption Enables One PC Two Lives – Corporate OS - Secure VPN enclave network – Centrally managed – Maximize security – Guarantee SLA – Personal OS – access to the cloud – Locally managed – End-user flexibility – One-click re-provisioning © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential13

14 = Evolution of the PC NxTop Center: Create and manipulate OS images centrally Pre-Test & Deploy delta differences (WYSIWYG approach) – Avoid unforeseen edge cases – Consistent experience for both IT Admin and end-user – User state is unaffected Centrally managed OS – 1 to many OS & Application fail-safe patching – One-click OS deployment – Snap Back – One-click Roll back – Remote KVM - regardless if Windows is present or in a healthy state © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential14

15 Blue Chip Investors Recognized Product Innovation Independent Validation: Prediction: 90% of VDI will be client based – Brian Madden, brianmadden.com Virtual Computer wins the race for bare-metal client virtualization. – Rachel Chalmers, The 451 Group Key Partnerships: © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential15 Company Background

16 © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential16 Customer Proof Points Having used NxTop for some time we see it as an intrinsic part of our plans for the future. – Daniel Bolton, Kingston University (UK) NxTop will dramatically change the way I deploy and manage desktops, freeing up valuable IT resources and transforming my operation from being reactive to proactive. – Charles Miller, Town of Lincoln (MA)

17 Vision: Managed PC Infrastructure © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential17 VDI Infrastructure (Hyper-V, XenDesktop XenApp, vWorkspace) LAN/WAN Traditional Desktop Remote VM Local VM Managed infrastructure that handles any combination of local desktops, remote desktops/remote apps and cloud based applications Laptop, etc… PC Based Thin Client All-in-one Desktop Center Storage Infrastructure

18 = Evolution of the PC OS Migration: 1-click OS deployment with NxTop © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential18 XP HW/ Win7 Win7 XP Win7 USMT HW/ XP Win8 USMT HW/ Win8 1:1 (HW specific) 1:N (HW agnostic) USMT

19 Virtual Physical The End of Anarchy © 2010 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential19 Anarchy Phase IPhase 2Phase 3 Managed OS Personal Apps Business Apps Personal OS VM 2 VM 1

20 © 2008 Virtual Computer Inc. – Company Confidential20 Thank You


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