I'm working as a Network & OS Engineer at a Financial Services company with 500+ employees.
Currently, I'm looking at Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) vendors and solutions, such as Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops, Microsoft Remote Desktop Services, ...
Which solution for you is the best one in the VDI space and why?
Thanks for the help!
Director of Community at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
29 June 21
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I think VMware Horizon View is a very solid product.
I think it is the most mature product on the whole spectrum. All virtual desktop environments require tuning for performance. Depending on the size of the company you don't need 1/10 of the bells & whistles that the vendors include. For example, I have a small environment - 70 employees. I don't use instant clones, personas, their analysis tools, ... Not only are they expensive (the tools) they overly complicate a complicated process. KISS.
I have honed down the environment to what is just needed. Most of the industry will tell you otherwise. And I do all this as a one-man IT department.
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