VDI platform with UDS Enterprise: Requirements

by | May 30, 2016

Deploying a desktop virtualization platform with UDS Enterprise connection broker is a very easy task.

You only need a properly sized hardware platform for your deployment, a hypervisor and an authentication system that fits the project's needs and the licenses for the Windows and Linux OS or vApp to virtualize.

In case of hypervisors, you can choose between Citrix XenServer, Microsoft Hyper-V, Nutanix Acropolis, RHEV KVM, oVirt KVM, VMware vSphere... or even enable several ones at the same time. UDS Enterprise allows to migrate from one hypervisor to another in a quick and effective way, providing great flexibility to the VDI infrastructure.

The support of a wide range of both internal and external authentication systems allows IT admins to choose between Active Directory, CAS, eDirectory, LDAP, OpenLDAP, SAML, internal database authenticator, authentication system by device, IP, MAC, Hostname… Again, several can be used simultaneously, we can go even one step further enabling splitted authentication.

If the OS, hypervisor and authenticator we’re going to use are Open Source, we’ll be able to configure a VDI deployment without licensing, since UDS Enterprise doesn’t require any license, it is commercialized through a subscription model based on numer of users featuring support and product updates.

In addition to virtual desktops, UDS Enterprise enables to deploy and administer phisical desktops, applications and any other Windows and Linux remote desktop service.

For further information about system requirements to build a platform with UDS Enterprise you can email our team at [email protected]



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