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Learn
  • Testing Windows 8 with VMware View
  • Performance tuning for better delivery of desktops
  • Accessing View Desktops from Android, IOS, and Linux
  • Performing USB Redirections with VMware View
  • Managing replica disks in better fashion
  • Selecting the best ThinClient devices
  • Using Space Efficient Sparse Disks
  • Integrating ThinApp with VMware View
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Virtualization is the single most effective way to reduce IT expenses while boosting efficiency and agility, not just for large enterprises, but for small and midsize businesses too. VMware View helps you set up the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) across multiple environments.

Instant VMware View Virtualization How-to is a practical implementation guide for Basic, Advanced, and Expert users that provides step-by-step explanations with the help of screen captures. It also explores some of the problems you face on a day-to-day basis when working with VMware View. This book is also very useful for users who are planning to implement a VDI solution in their environment.

Instant VMware View Virtualization How-to is a complete reference guide to VMWare View 5. It helps you to plan and understand the new topics and features of VMware View 5. It is useful for testing and implementation practices of VDI. The book covers details that are not available in the VDI documentation of VMware View. This book helps you understand the problems that you will face with VMware View using practical scenarios, and you will also learn how to fix them. This book would help you become an expert on VMware View 5 within a short span of time.

Features
  • Learn something new in an Instant! A short, fast, focused guide delivering immediate results.
  • Implement virtualization on Windows 8
  • Learn details that are not available in the VDI documentation of VMware View
  • Learn about the advanced features of VMWare View 5.x
Page Count 76
Course Length 2 hours 16 minutes
ISBN 9781849689175
Date Of Publication 19 May 2013

Authors

Ramesh Geddam

Ramesh Geddam has been working on the Virtualization platform since 1997. He holds a double master's degree in Computer Science and is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in virtualized systems from a recognized university. He carries 12 years of IT experience in storage and virtualization. He has been a backbone for many VDI and vSphere deployments across APJ and EMEA regions with complex requirements.

Prasenjit Sarkar

Prasenjit Sarkar is a product manager at Oracle for their public cloud, with a focus on cloud strategy, Oracle Ravello, cloud-native applications, and the API platform. His primary focus is driving Oracle's cloud computing business with commercial and public sector customers, helping to shape and deliver a strategy to build broad use of Oracle's Infrastructure as a Service offerings, such as Compute, Storage, and Database as a Service. He is also responsible for developing public/private cloud integration strategies, customers' cloud computing architecture visions, future state architectures, and implementable architecture roadmaps in the context of the public, private, and hybrid cloud computing solutions that Oracle can offer.

He has also authored six industry-leading books on virtualization, SDN, and physical compute, among others.

He has six successful patents and six more patents pending at the US PTO. He has also authored numerous research articles.