In case you missed it, last week marked the end of general support for vSphere 6.5 and 6.7. This is the same regardless of whether you were using it for data centre services or EUC services like Horizon.
Please review this kb for more information on the end of support and upgrade advice
This year, myself and Matt Evans joined forced again, along with newcomer, Jonathan D’arcy to review some of the best desktop repurposing tools on the market. As with previous years we reviewed imaging and performance. However, this year we also took a look at the accompanying management solutions.
Check out the Youtube link below for the full review, and in the Youtube link you’ll also find the full videos we made for each solution.
Depending on which age group you fall into, your end user experience at your workplace will have undergone several transformations. From pen and paper to typewriters and then to desktop computers to give just a few examples.
VMware have released the latest version of their desktop virtualization product, Horizon View 7. The product has evolved over the years and is capable of catering for pretty much every desktop use case these days. Continue reading “Horizon View 7 – What’s new?”→
If like me you’ve already read the VMware App Volumes documentation, you’ll have noticed that whilst it’s clear and easy to follow, it only shows you how to configure App Volume manager resiliency with multiple managers talking to the same SQL server. So I thought i’d take some time to explain how to make SQL resilient too. Continue reading “App Volumes 2.10 with SQL high availability”→