vSphere Ready, UDS and Raspberry Pi & Virtualized IT classroom

by | Apr 6, 2021

As usual, at the beginning of each month, in our post today, we collect the most read articles on our blog. Of all the news published last March, the one that has registered the most visits relates to the revalidation of UDS Enterprise as Partner Ready for vSphere. Every year we carry out compatibility tests that certify that our desktop and application virtualization software supports the VMware hypervisor with full guarantees .

The next most widely read publication deals with the interesting remote working project with Raspberry Pi and UDS Enterprise promoted by the Badajoz Provincial Council. Employees of the organization and city councils of the province will use Raspberry Pi devices with UDS Enterprise to work from anywhere. Our VDI broker’s role will be to manage, deploy, and allow access to virtual applications and non-persistent virtual desktops.

The initiative Virtualized IT classrooms with UDS Enterprise closes the list of the best posts of March 2021. This platform has been created and promoted by our Gold Partner Velorcios Group. It offers a solution to the impossibility of using many computers in conventional IT classrooms to guarantee the safety distance required in educational centers due to the pandemic. Thanks to UDS Enterprise VDI cloud technology of UDS Enterprise, teachers can continue to impart their classes online.

If you are interested in learning more about any of these topics, below you can access the complete articles published on our website:

UDS Enterprise 3.0 gets VMware Partner Ready for vSphere validation

Pioneering remote working project with UDS Enterprise and Raspberry Pi

Velorcios Group develops the Virtualized IT Classroom with UDS Enterprise



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