Parallels – Optimized Computing TM Parallels VDI Overview User Interface Virtual Desktops Connection Broker Management Tools User Interface VDI Access Options Access Virtual Desktops using: Existing Hardware New Thin Clients Home based systems used by remote workers Access Virtual Desktops from inside & outside the firewall 6
Parallels – Optimized Computing TM Parallels VDI Overview User Interface Virtual Desktops Management Tools Virtual Desktops Fully Functional Desktops in the Data Center Virtual Desktops are hosted in the Data Center on Parallels Virtuozzo Containers They have a look and feel like Windows XP Each Desktop can be customized and is completely isolated vWorkspace - Connection Broker and User Experience 7 Connection Broker
Parallels – Optimized Computing TM Parallels VDI Overview User Interface Virtual Desktops Connection Broker Management Tools Managing Virtual Desktops Deploy Virtual Desktops within seconds Setup predefined virtual desktop configurations Leverage Active Directory policies Create user groups and add applications to individuals or users in seconds Update and upgrade desktops quickly w/ global updates 8
Parallels – Optimized Computing TM Highest Desktop to Server Ratio 3-5 times more desktops per sever over other VDI solutions Global Updates and Patch Management Seamlessly and easily apply patches and updates to all desktops at once Low Cost and Dynamic Storage Most efficient use of storage with the ability to grow as needed Fully Dynamic Resource Management per Desktop Ability to dynamically increase/decrease CPU, memory, storage allocations Fast Provisioning of Desktops and Applications Deploy new desktops and applications to individuals and groups in seconds Management, Storage, Memory Single OS Why Parallels Virtuozzo Containers for VDI? 10
Parallels – Optimized Computing TM VDI Comparisons Traditional Client VDI - Hypervisor VMware/Citrix Xen Desktop VDI – Container Parallels Virtuozzo Containers Full Desktop Experience Yes Utilization Significant Underutilization Optimized Density 134-60 desktops*130-140 desktops* Isolated Desktops Yes Global Patching No Yes Provisioning Time Hours to Days10 minutes>1 minute Performance Overhead 0%10-15%1-5% Disk Usage Fixed - 60GB minDynamic -15GB/VMDynamic -1/2GB/CT Dynamic Resources NoPartialYes Global Backup and DR NoPartialYes Target Applications Vista & XP Windows Server Compatible * Assumes 2-Quad core 64-bit Server & OS 11
Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 12 Application “Templating” Parallels – Optimized Computing TM -Small footprint links Application/OS -Applications to one or multiple containers simultaneously -Command Line and GUI Template Creation Tools. http://www.parallels.com/en/virtuozzo/templates/catalog/
Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 13 Resource Pre-Allocation vs. Pooling Initial Necessary Disk Space Parallels – Optimized Computing TM The above assumes (1) virtual environment with 5GB disk limit and 1GB memory limit. Initial Necessary Memory (RAM) 1 Virtual Environment
Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 16 Paul Ghostine Vice President & General Manager Desktop Virtualization Group
Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 17 Physical Device Desktops, Laptops, Thin Clients Data Center Power consumption, cooling / heat, space, data security, backups, updates, refreshes, and user administration tasks Definition: Desktop virtualization centrally hosts and delivers a cost efficient desktop environment from within the datacenter by consolidating many physical desktops onto a single server or server farm. Another Quick Look
Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 18 1.The Infrastructure -Access Infrastructure Web-based Integrated SSL and 3 rd party support Client heterogeneity (Win32, CE, Linux) Application and Desktop Publishing Smartcard and 2-factor auth support -Virtualization Infrastructure Platform independence Agnostic Future-proof Seamless integration No “rip and replace” 2.The “Broker” -Scalable Persistent or NOT (Not is Better!) Integrated Load Distribution Failover – local / geographic Optimized Performance -Management & Automation Automated provisioning Sysprep editing Directory integration Pooling, Persistence etc. Policy-driven power management Policy-driven access Phyiscal and Virtual Presentation and Desktop Virtualization Full lifecycle desktop management User session management Profile management CPU utilization management Virtual memory optimization - Consolidation Models Presentation (terminal services) Shared Remote (VDI) Dedicated Remote (Physical and blade PCs) 3.The User Experience -Performance Bi-Directional Audio Multimedia Acceleration Latency Reduction Graphics Acceleration Browser Acceleration -Familiarity Application publishing Seamless Windows Multi-monitor support Printer management USB redirection - Ubiquity Portability Desktop replacement Remote access Telcommuting Business continuity / DR The Nuts and Bolts Quest vWorkspace: Production-Proven; Enterprise-Grade; Experience Optimized!
Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 20 The User Experience
Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 21 Enabling the Cloud – Why Now? Customers - Facing global recession - Doing more with less - Improve desktop availability - Lower cost and complexity of desktop mgmt - Replace CAPEX with predictable OPEX Service Providers - Value-added services - More $€₤ per rack - Longer commitments - Sticky service - Protocol improvements - Virtualization advancements - The Cloud - Timing is everything - Customers are receptive
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