Hyper-V vs ESXi, Open Source VDI & Teradici PCoIP

by | Dec 20, 2019

In our last article of the year before taking a short break for Christmas, we will recap the articles in our blog that have been most successful during this year. In this way, we take the pulse of the most outstanding news about VDI and Open Source according to the criteria of our readers and offer the opportunity to finish the year well informed to those who have not yet had the opportunity to take a look at these articles.

This is our Top 5 news in 2019:

  1. Comparison between Microsoft Hyper-V vs VMware ESXi. In this article we review the most outstanding features and functionalities of two of the most popular virtualization platforms in the market. We talk carefully about their requirements, technical characteristics and licensing systems.

  2. Open Source VDI Project in Eupen. This is our Case Study of the Public Centre for Social Welfare in Eupen (Belgium). The IT Department of this organization relies on the VDI UDS Enterprise connection broker, the XCP-ng hypervisor and the Xen Orchestra management interface for their desktop virtualization platform.

  3. A cost-effective high-end graphics solution for VDI. In this post, we inform you about our agreement with Teradici to offer customers a truly cost-effective desktop and application virtualization solution for workstations using graphics-intensive applications. Our customers can enjoy up to 50% discount on Teradici Cloud Access Software (PCoIP) licenses.

  4. Education Sector: 40% on UDS for projects with XCP-ng & XO. This article announces the promotion we launched with Vates, manufacturer of XCP-ng and Xen Orchestra, for the Education Sector. Educational organizations that are still interested in this important discount can contact us through [email protected].

  5. New version of the UDS Enterprise VDI & vApp connection broker. In this publication you will find all the new features introduced in the latest version of our software. The next release is in the last phase of development. At the beginning of the year we will begin to publish its new functionalities and will soon reveal its release date.

These have been the articles in our Open Virtualization Blog that have added the most visits during 2019. Our team of editors will continue to work to produce quality content that is of interest to the UDS Enterprise community during 2020. If you have any suggestions, you can email us at [email protected] and we will consider it for future publications on virtualization in general, Open Source and VDI.



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