The best virtualization and VDI posts of the summer

by | Sep 1, 2020

During this atypical summer our blog has received thousands of visits from people interested in finding out about news related to the virtualization sector in general, VDI in particular, interesting topics such as free and Open Source technologies and the latest news from UDS Enterprise, our connection broker for desktop and application virtualization.

In our first article after the holiday break, we gather the Top 3 of the most read publications during these months:

Microsoft Hyper-V vs VMware ESXi. A comprehensive comparison of two of the most popular virtualization platforms on the market. It delves into the technical characteristics and requirements of these two solutions and the differences in their licensing systems are analyzed.

VDI on Hyper-V Server 2019 with UDS Enterprise. This article announces the possibility of deploying and managing Windows and Linux virtual desktops on Windows Server 2019 with UDS Enterprise. Now, our VDI broker supports Hyper-V in both standalone and cluster mode.

UDS Enterprise 3.0 supports Proxmox for Windows and Linux VDI. One of the new features of the next version of UDS Enterprise is the compatibility with Proxmox, an Open Source virtualization platform based on KVM which stands out for its ease of installation and use.

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