VMware View 5 Desktop Virtualization Solutions
VMware View 5 Desktop Virtualization Solutions
VMware View 5 Desktop Virtualization Solutions
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Publisher: Packt Publishing
Page Count: 288
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Language: English
ISBN-10: 1849681120
ISBN-13: 9781849681124
User Rating: 5.0000 out of 5 Stars! (3 Votes)

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Written by VMware experts Jason Langone and Andre Leibovici, this book is a complete guide to planning and designing a solution based on VMware View 5. Secure your Visual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) by having firewalls, antivirus, virtual enclaves, USB redirection and filtering and smart card authentication. Analyze the strategies and techniques used to migrate a user population from a physical desktop environment to a virtual desktop solution. A learn-by-example based approach that focuses on key concepts to provide the foundation to solve real world problems

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Hotel Kiosk: VDI solution used in a hotel lobby to provide basic connectivity to its guests Federal agency with classified and unclassified information: VDI used to allow analysts to securely connect to both a classified and unclassified network from the same device Remote Office: VDI used to provide connectivity to offshore developers Out-of-band Scientist: VDI used to provide a secure desktop environment to scientists fighting disease in remote locales

What you will learn from this book

Analyse the strategies and techniques used to migrate a user population from a physical desktop environment to a virtual desktop solution Decide whether to use persistent or non-persistent vDesktops, which impacts many areas of the overall VDI including storage, desktop pools and management Understand how end devices such as thick client, thin client, zero clients and other devices, such as the Apple iPad, are supported by VMware View Correctly size the VDI and avoid slow logons, poor PCoIP performance, authentication errors, random failures, and more Analyse all of the potential points of failure within a VDI and provide redundancy for each component Effectively plan the storage design for your VDI Ensure regular backups are taken to ensure a quick recovery in times of failure Understand various VDI design considerations for disaster recovery


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| 5 out of 5 Stars!

As an IT professional that designs and deploys virtualization solutions, I have been working with VMware View for several years. While there have been manuals and walk-thru instructional documentation available, there was no book available for Systems Administrators to reference for design, sizing, and integration. Information was available online at places such as the authors' blogs, [...] and [...], but nobody put it together in a single resource. Similar to most other technical books, the content isn't unique, and can be found elsewhere if you took the time to search hard enough. The majority of us don'thavethe time and patience to spend in pursuit of said sources. The genius of this book is to bring it all together for us in one location. Additionally, they go through several sizing exercises to show the reader how different design decisions can affect the overall hardware and storage requirements for a given solution.
This book changes the landscape for VMware View references. Lebovici and Langone have aggregated information on multiple topics such as Installation, hardware and storage sizing, image optimization, security and backups, and end clients in a comprehensive fashion. More importantly, this book is well written. When reading technical books and manuals, they tend to be long on the 'technical' and short on the 'book', meaning they are difficult to follow along and most useful when searching for a specific topic. VMware View 5 Virtualization Solutions is an easy read. It delivers plenty of technical information while at the same time flowing well from chapter to chapter. I was able to read it from cover to cover during a cross-country flight and learn a few new tips and tricks along the way. I have referenced the book as a source during discussions, and have suggested it to my customers that support VMware View environments.
I highly recommend this book to anybody that currently supports VMware View, or may implement it in the future. It is also a great study reference for anyone attempting the VCP5-DT certification.

Tim Antonowicz, @timantz

| 5 out of 5 Stars!

This is a great book for anyone planning or implementing a VMware View deployment. The authors not only cover the pure technology itself well, but also emphasize important considerations when planning the environment that should not be overlooked. The real world examples are exceptionally helpful, especially in regards to the very large deployments that many people have not worked with. If you're looking for a great VMware View resource, this is it.

| 5 out of 5 Stars!

I want to start off this review with a disclaimer. Jason Langone mentioned me under his acknowledgements - though that was for general mentorning (which certainly has gone both ways), not for specific content for the book. The first time I saw any actual content was after I ordered it via Kindle.

I am not a hands-on engineer, but only a geek wannabe. While at times the book dove a little too deep into technical details around configuration and such for my purposes, it helped me understand the View architecture much better. I also gained an increased knowledge around assessment, design and implementation methodology.

The book is very well written - especially for a technical tome. It briefly covers the basics for people like me, but also goes deep into the intricacies of virtual desktops and View. I've already begun strongly recommending it as must reading to our engineers even though we have many very astute View implementers on staff. The storage and networking sections are particularly detailed and informative. The authors also include a link to their VDI Fox tool which provides a questionnaire for assisting with View assessments.

I would have liked to have seen a bit about View's place in VMware's overall vision of desktop or DTaaS, and how it is positioned vis-a-vis Horizon. Similarly, it would have been interesting to see some of the synergies View provides for a vSphere shop. Some coverage of licensing (including Microsoft) and comparisons between View and other platforms would have been beneficial as well. While I am a huge fan of T-Rex and LiquidWare Labs, I think a little more coverage on alternative solutions would have been appreciated (certainly by those more familiar with the alternatives). And, given my background, I of course would have liked to have seen a chapter on ROI.

But these are little nitpicks. If you are an engineer, administrator or even executive considering a VDI deployment - then you will undoubtedly benefit from reading this book. I was only 2/3 of the way through when I already drew upon information gleaned from it during a VDI sales call in Houston last week. That one appointment far more than justified the cost and time committment.

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