Security with VDI, Citrix Ready & UDS in OpenNebulaConf

by | Dec 3, 2019

As every month, in this article we compile the most read posts of our blog, this time during last November. The Case Study of UDS Enterprise and the Municipality of San Martín de Porres (Peru) has been the publication that has added the most visits. There, we explain how our VDI and vApp boker together with the NodeWeaver hyperconvergence solution have helped this public administration to improve public security.

Secondly, our readers have paid special attention to the announcement that our VDI broker has once again obtained the Citrix Ready verification, in this case for Citrix Hypervisor 8.0, XenServer 7.3 and 7.2.

And in the last position of the Top 3 of last month we find the article on the conference in OpenNebulaConf “A VDI infrastructure in the cloud in just 30 minutes with NodeWeaver, Packet & UDS Enterprise”, including links to the video of the talk and the presentation used by the speaker.

Below you can find the links to these articles, so you don’t miss the opportunity to read the most interesting VDI posts according to our community:

VDI with UDS Enterprise to improve public security

UDS Enterprise is verified as Citrix Ready for VDI

Video: A cloud VDI infrastructure with UDS, NodeWeaver & Packet



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