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Virtual experience infrastructure

Virtual Experience Infrastructure

Richard Dodsworth, Lai KwaiSeng


Desktop virtualization xp eol

Desktop Virtualization: XP EOL


Desktop virtualization intellectual property protection

Desktop Virtualization : Intellectual Property Protection


Gartner press release

Gartner Press Release

  • "The worldwide hosted virtual desktop (HVD) market will accelerate through 2013 to reach 49 million units, up from more than 500,000 units in 2009, according to Gartner Inc.

  • Worldwide HVD revenue will grow from about $1.3 billion to $1.5 billion in 2009, which is less than 1 percent of the worldwide professional PC market, to $65.7 billion in 2013, which will be equal to more than 40 percent of the worldwide professional PC market."

    • - Gartner, Inc.

      • http://www.gartner.com/it/page.jsp?id=920814


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Challenges of Traditional PC Environment

Transition Opportunities

Microsoft Windows 7 Migration

Remote Office and Branch Office

Contractors and Employee-Owned IT

Business Continuity

Remote and Mobile Users

  • Reduce migration costs

  • Reduce application incompatibility

  • Extend life of existing desktop software

Data Security Compliance

Lost Agility

& Productivity

  • Reduce costs by single point of management

  • Centrally control sensitive data

High TCO and Lifecycle Costs

  • Manage desktop image on employee-owned assets

  • Provide separation between corporate and personal desktops

  • Endpoint Independence

  • Rapid Provisioning

Heavy Administration

User End point and Application Demands

  • Enable desktop access regardless of network connection type

  • Extend security and control

  • Centrally control sensitive data


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VirtualeXperience Infrastructure


Desktop virtualization

Desktop Virtualization

Refers to the separation of the physical endpoint from the logical desktop

Endpoints may be variety of devices; applications are hosted where ever the best user experience is offered (locally at endpoint or data center)

Access from the endpoint to the logical desktop is delivered through the network


Building blocks for virtual desktop

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Building Blocks for Virtual Desktop

CentralizedVirtual Desktops

Datastore(s)

Display Brokers

DMZ

End Station

HTTPS Secure Tunnel

vCenter

AD

  • Desktop Client

  • Internet

  • Security

  • Desktop Brokers

  • Core Compute

  • (Virtual Desktop)

  • HTTPS Load

  • High Availability

  • Scalability

  • High Availability

  • Scalability

  • Edge Security

  • Desktop Mobility

  • Any Device

  • Media Rich

  • Security

  • Bandwidth & Latency

  • Secure Access and Accessibility


What cisco does with vxi

What Cisco Does with VXI…

VXI

Delivers an enhanced user experience

Leverages the network as a platform

Integrates with 3rd party technology in open ecosystem

Drives ROI in the DC

Validated Integrated Open

Optimized

Video / Audio

Streaming

Interactive

Scalable

Data Center

UCS Compute Bundles

Borderless Network Services

Security

Power Mgmt

Branch Survivability


Virtualization experience infrastructure vxi

Virtualization Experience Infrastructure (VXI)

End-to-End System

Virtualized Data Center

Virtualized Collaboration Workspace

CUPC

MS Office

Video

Virtualization Aware Network

VirtualizationEndpoints

Microsoft OS

Branch

Data Center Network

Desktop Virtualization Software

ACNS/ WAAS

Hypervisor

Cisco

WAN

Nexus

Desktop Virtualization Client

Broker

Virtual QUAD

VirtualCUCM

ISR

Endpoint Ecosystem

Compute

UCS

ACE

WAAS

FC

FC

Wyse, Devon IT, iGEL

End-to-End Security, Management and Automation


Cisco desktop virtualization solution

Cisco Desktop Virtualization Solution

  • Removes VDI deployment barriers

  • Combined joint partner solutions with industry leaders

  • Cisco Validated Designs & Services to accelerate customer success

Partner Solution Elements

Data

App

App

Hypervisor

Desktop O/S

Desktop Virtualization S/W

VMWare/Citrix

Hypervisor

VMWare/Citrix

VDI Broker

Storage

Cisco UCS Platform

CiscoMDS9000Family

CiscoNexus

Cisco ASA

Cisco ACE

CiscoWAAS

Unified Fabric

Unified

Network Services

Unified Computing

Clients

Cisco Data Center Business Advantage Framework

WAN

Virtualized Data Center


Vxi technology partners

Current =

VXI Technology Partners

In Progress =

Endpoints

Desktop Virtualization Software

Hypervisor

Management

Storage

Optimization

Storage

HW Acceleration

Virus Scan Offload

Monitoring Tools

Monitoring Tools


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Cisco Validated Design

  • Cisco Validated Designs, validated through System Level Testing, enable customers to:

    • Lower risk of deploying technology solutions

    • Increase speed of technology solution deployment

    • Deploy a scalable, reliable, predictable foundation

    • Ease technology solution integration

    • Ease deployment of business critical applications

    • Utilize Cisco Advanced Services to customize a CVD to meet specific requirements

  • Detailed system design and/or implementation guidance are available to provide:

    • Customer use examples

    • Products, Software and Configurations used in design testing

    • Design limitations uncovered during testing

www.cisco.com/go/vxi

http://iwe.cisco.com/html/index.html#url=/web/cisco-vxi


Vxi components end points

VXI Components- End Points -


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Signalling

WAN

Signalling

  • Voice/Video embedded in the display protocol

  • Media flow goes all the way back to data center and back

  • Heavy processing on virtual desktop in data center

  • Bandwidth explosion

  • Latency and jitter

  • Display protocol and possible endpoint become unstable

Data Center

Virtual Desktop

Display Protocol

Media Flow

Thin Client

Cisco Unified CM

Display Protocol

Media Flow

Thin Client

Virtual Desktop


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VXC

Data

App

App

Desktop O/S

End User

Unified CM and Unified Presence Server

Media

Flow

Outside of Display

Protocol

ConnectionBroker

Data Center

Data Center

Signalling

PCoIP, ICA/RDP

PCoIP, ICA/RDP

Signalling


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Data

App

App

Desktop O/S

ConnectionBroker

Media Flow outside of Display Protocol

Data Center

  • Video & Voice Support

  • Linux based endpoint

  • MonitorsSingle:2560x1600Dual:1920x1200

  • No PoE

VXC 6215

Signalling

Unified CM and Unified Presence Server

End User

ICA

VXC 4000

  • Software Appliance on XP and Windows 7

  • Voice Support only

  • Enables VXI Collaboration for refurbished PCs

Signalling

PCoIP, ICA/RDP


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  • Zero client endpoints

  • Integrated form factor for Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961, 9951*, 9971

  • VXC-2212 supports HDX/ICA, RDP

  • VXC-2211 supports PCoIP

  • Powered via Phone – Leverages existing Power over Ethernet (PoE+), or PWR-CUBE-4

  • Works with Cisco IP Phones to deliver voice, video, virtual desktop

* NOTE: 9951 IP Phone must have Serial Number FCH153681E0 and above, OR VID V05 and above


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  • Zero client endpoints

  • Standalone form factor

  • VXC-2212 supports HDX/ICA, RDP

  • VXC-2211 supports PCoIP

  • Powered with Power over Ethernet (PoE+ - 30W) or with PWR-CUBE-4

  • Works with Cisco IP Phones to deliver voice, video, virtual desktop


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  • Enterprise tablet that combines voice, video, collaboration, and VDI

  • Supports external Bluetooth/USB mouse & keyboard when docked

  • Supports external display in“mirror mode”

  • Supports Citrix Receiver, VMware View Client and Wyse PocketCloud


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Recent additions to the Virtualization Experience Clients (VXC) portfolio


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  • Enables UC voice capabilities for repurposed windows PCs for virtual desktops

  • Introduces unique voice processing capabilities that efficiently use network and data center CPU resources, eliminating the hairpin effect

  • Supports Citrix XenDesktop and VMware View

  • Based on CIPC (Cisco IP Communicator)

  • Endpoint support: WinXP, Win7

  • Target Availability: Q4CY11


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  • A thin client that unifies voice, video and virtual desktop in one device

  • Supports high quality, scalable voice and video, delivering optimal user experience

  • Introduces unique voice, video processing capabilities to eliminate the hairpin effect

  • Linux based platform supports HDX/ICA, PCoIP/RDP

  • Target Availability: Q1CY12


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Innovative form factor that reduces real estate and simplifies management

Power over Ethernet (POE) delivering energy savings and compliance to green initiatives

Thin Client endpoint that provides a single converged desktop asset for rich media, voice and video collaboration in a hosted virtual desktop (HVD) environment

Software appliance option that leverages existing PC investments

Collaborative mobile virtual workspace on an enterprise tablet

Cisco Validated Design (CVD) that provides blueprint for successful deployments and lower TCO

Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) support for end to end solution


Vxi components borderless

VXI Components- Borderless -


Borderless network

Borderless Network

  • What happens to the network services?

    • Bandwidth Reduction

    • Protocol Optimization

    • File caching

    • Security

    • QoS

    • Print

    • Gateway

    • Call control

    • Compute

  • Network services depend on client

    • Zero – Minimal local services

    • Hybrid – Local UC and Web applications and services

    • Thick – Traditional local applications and services


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Video processed on HVD causing bandwidth and server compute overload

End-users see pixelization and bad UE without WAN Optimization/Acceleration

T1

Increasing bandwidth might not help

Routing Protocol

Text

Display Protocol

Video

End-users experience no pixelization on LAN

  • Hairpinning

  • WAN’s effects on Users Experience

  • Display Protocol Opaque to the Network

Video Source

Branch Office

Branch Router

Data Center

Campus


Borderless network network strategy

Borderless NetworkNetwork Strategy

  • Display protocols are proprietary

  • Display protocols attempt to deliver media streams, text, and bulk transfer in a single or set of connections

  • WAAS increases WAN user density from 2X to 8X

  • Network Intelligence to disaggregate data types so the network can appropriately differentiate

  • Offer a seamless migration to web


Borderless network display protocol channels

Borderless NetworkDisplay Protocol Channels

Display

Protocol

TCP

USB

Video

Sound

  • Display protocols operate at the session layer

  • Display protocols were intended to remote applications and not desktops

  • Desktop interactions require that some local client services be extended to the remote virtual desktop

  • Channels provide a means to extend remote virtual desktop services

  • Channels cannot leverage network services like QoS, security, stream splitting, or multicast

Print


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Citrix XenDesktop and ICA/HDX

  • Latest release: XenDestion 5.5 – Improved HDX for WAN, better management

  • HDX MediaStream and Adaptive Orchestration

    • Leverage client-side resources

    • Better server scalability

    • More simultaneous users over WAN (Controlling Bandwidth Explosion)

    • Handle changing network conditions

  • HDX Flash Redirection

    • Now can handle 300 ms RTL

    • Linux now supported

    • Fallback to Server-side rendering adaptively

  • HDX VoIP-Over-ICA

    • Inline with Cisco VXI approach of separating media

    • SDKs for VOIP providers

    • Multi-Stream ICA for QoS

    • Larger Audio Jitter buffers

  • Basic Characteristics

    • 64 Virtual Channels

    • TCP based protocol

    • Encryption/Compression


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Benefits

Description

WIN7 Aero & Win 8 Metro Interfaces

View 5.0

All use cases = UDP, Secure, future proof, OS & application independent, session resilience

All video codecs

Network latency independent

PCoIP Optimizations – View 5.0

  • Up to 75% reduction in bandwidth usage

  • Improve scalability on WAN links

  • Increase user density on WAN

  • Configure by user case, user expectation and network requirements

  • New optimization controls to reduce bandwidth

    • Client Side Caching

    • Lossless CODEC

    • Build to Lossless GPO

  • Customize to reduce bandwidth usage on both the LAN and WAN

  • Optimization Controls available in GPO

Power User

  • Build to lossless (default)

  • Direct CPU/GPU to endpoint mapping

  • Superior image quality

Task Worker

  • Disable build to lossless

  • Client side caching

  • Best performance on constrained WAN

Office Worker

  • Dynamic network management

  • Correct codec for each media type

  • Best image quality on available network bandwidth


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WAAS optimize encrypted and compressed ICA desktop session traffic ( no changes required on ICA client, HVD, or DC infrastructure) for all versions of XenDesktop and XenApp

Includes WAAS 4.4 Application aware DRE feature for unidirectional caching of desktop session traffic which improves the scalability and Application performance

Citrix HVD

WAAS 4.5 Optimization with Citrix ICA AO

Head quarters

Edge Router

Branch Office

Display Protocol

WAN Acceleration for Display Protocol

ICA client

Branch WAE

Data Center WAE

Note: Multi-Session ICA (MSI) in XenDesktop 5.5 is not supported in the current release. If MSI is used only one initial session (port 1498) will be optimized automatically. Other flows will be treated as regular TCP flows


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Interoperate w/native ICA encryption

Without requiring manual registry changes or changes to XenDesktop and XenApp settings

3 flavors of RC5 (40b,56b,128b keys) with DH key exchange

SSL deployments with Citrix Access Gateway + Secure Gateway

Target Bandwidth reduction of 40% - 60% (mileage will vary)

Supports XenDesktop (4.0/5.0/5.5) XenApp (6.0/6.5) and ICA

Supports HDX Mediastream redirection for client multimedia rendering

Fully supported by Citrix and Cisco

Citrix ICA AO Capabilities


Waas acceleration for vmview connection status

WAAS Acceleration for vmViewConnection Status

  • RDP-in-HTTPS session

  • WAAS performs optimization of HTTPS flow from View Client to Cisco ACE VIP

  • Multiple RDP direct mode sessions running MMR streams

  • The byte counts give an indication of where the bulk of the data is coming from flow-wise


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WAAS can optimize both VDI (ICA, RDP, MMR, USB) and non-VDI traffic and represents more comprehensive solution

WAAS can be deployed in different form factors : hardware appliance, network module in ISR, IOS feature in ISR, as a software aplication running on SRE module, as a virtual appliance in vSphere. and as an application running on laptop.

WAAS compression ratio and performance is better than most competitor offerings

WAAS licensing is also more favorable and reduces TCO of large scale deployment.

Value of WAAS in VDI environment


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Bandwidth Reduction


Visibility into display protocol

Visibility into Display Protocol

  • Customer Benefits:

    • Hosted Desktop Architecture fix-up for rich media applications

    • No change needed at end-points for deployment

    • Display protocol agnostic

    • Leverage existing Cisco network services

VM Agent


Borderless network quality of service in a cisco vxi network

Borderless NetworkQuality of Service in a Cisco VXI Network

  • Display protocols obscure multiple traffic types in a single TCP connection


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Broker

Data Center Network

Central Policy Engine

Differentiated Access

Campus

Controlled Access

  • VXI service only

  • Internet only

  • Full access

Internet

  • Policy Based Device/User Network Access

    • Enable differentiated network access to Device/User type

    • Utilize existing network access control infrastructure

    • Allow controlled access only to VXI infrastructure for Employee owned assets, Temporary workers etc.

  • Policy Based DC resource access from HVD

    • Common VDI infrastructure for different user groups for cost and flexibility reasons

    • Controlled access to sensitive resources in Data Center

    • Using Security Group Access

      • Goal: Extend existing SGA based access control to VDI (SMB)

    • Using Virtual Switch and Virtual Firewall

      • Goal: Provide access level security closest to HVD (including east-west traffic Control)

      • Open to separate policy management using virtual firewalls


Vxi components data center

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Data center considerations

Data CenterConsiderations

  • Compute

    • Scale

    • Cost

    • Performance

    • Power/Cooling

    • Space

  • Storage Scale

    • Scale capacity (Linked and Flex Clones)

    • Scale IOPS

  • Client Network Services

    • Separation

    • Monitoring

    • IP address management


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WAAS

Quad

ASA

UCS

Nexus 1000v

ACE

Unified

CM

Virtual Security Gateway

Compute

Objective: Maximize User Density and Improve ROI by Scaling the Data Center

Strategies

Increase HVD Density by Optimizing Hypervisor Resource Usage

Increase HVD Density with Cisco UCS Extended Memory; preserve user experience with PCoIP Offload

Increase availability and load-balance connection brokers with Cisco ACE

Extend Investment in Shared Storage with Caching Technologies to Reduce IOPS


Compute cisco ucs do more with less

ComputeCisco UCS – Do More with Less!

How do you achieve a 30% savings

Distribution Layer Ports

x86 Servers

Infrastructure Elements

In Rack Cabling

Power Consumption

VDI Instances

per Server

Rack Space

50%

30%

100%

30%

24+%

50%

75%


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Cisco UCS With Extended Memory

Xeon 5600

Xeon 5600

Increase performance and capacity for demanding virtualization workloads

= >

HigherHVDDensity

Cisco UCS Servers

48 DIMMs

Max 384GB

Higher Performance


Compute ucs virtual desktop densities

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ComputeUCS Virtual Desktop Densities


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Offloads PCoIP image processing to reduce CPU load, enable more users per server

APEX 2800PCoIP Offload Card

Cisco UCS C Series

  • Insures consistent, reliable user experience regardless of server demand

  • Reduces server CPU utilization up to 50%; adapts to fluctuating workloads

  • Supports up to 64 displays

  • Validated with Cisco UCS C Series Rack Mount Servers

  • Offload card plugs directly into server

  • Can increase user density, enable existing users to run intensive apps


Storage scaling iops with ucs and atlantis ilio

StorageScaling IOPS With UCS and Atlantis iLio

Desktop images (vmdk) on top of cache memory

Desktops

Virtual Storage Appliance

APP

APP

APP

OS

OS

OS

iSCSI/NFS

Hypervisor

ESX server

The desktop vmx/vmdk file is actually created in the vmfs namespace

NAS

SAN

DAS


Storage atlantis ucs storage iops offload

StorageAtlantis UCS Storage IOPS Offload

  • Storage IOPS are critical to scaleable VDI

  • Win7 with AV requires around 80 IOPS

  • ILIO appliance with UCS Extended Memory Technology helps in reducing IOPS over network and to disk

  • ILIO on UCS benefits

    • Storage Optimization

    • Performance acceleration

    • Support for Stateless or Persistent desktop models

    • Cut storage cost

    • Improves overall user experience


Network nexus 1000v per vm network services

NetworkNexus 1000v Per VM Network Services

  • Client LAN Features

    • DHCP Snooping

    • Dynamic ARP Inspection

    • IP Source Guard

  • Virtual Ethernet Module (VEM)

    • Networking capabilities at the hypervisor level

    • L2 switching, CDP, Netflow, ACLs, QoS, SNMP, etc

    • Local Switching

    • Port Profile to simplify Network Policy

  • Virtual Supervisor Module (VSM)

    • Mgmt, monitoring and config of VEM instances

    • Sees each VEM as a virtual chassis module

    • Configuration done through port-profiles

    • Tight integration with Virtual Center

    • Runs on dedicated appliance or virtual machine

  • Virtual Chassis Concept

    • Redundant Supervisors (VSMs)

    • Currently up to 64 VEM instances (64 ESX hosts)

    • Presents a network view of the virtual access layer


Network vm segmentation and zoning

NetworkVM Segmentation and Zoning

Nexus 5000

VSN

Zone 1

VM

#1

VM

#2

Internet

VM

#3

VM

#4

Zone 2

VM

#6

VM

#5

  • VMs can form logical groups (aka. Zones) based on VM attributes for easing policy writing and reducing policy scope

  • VSN (Virtual Service Node) provides enforcement policy to control network traffic flowing between VM zones.

  • VSN will also provide a subset of firewall inspection functions such as FTP stateful fix-up

VM

#8

VM

#7


Architectures

Architectures


Data center ucs high density fault domains

Data CenterUCS High Density Fault Domains

  • Client – 1 user

  • Branch Switch – Up to 250

  • Building or WAN – 2 to 1,000

  • SLB – 2 to 20,000

  • Broker – Up to 2000

  • UCS Blade – Up to 332

  • UCS Chassis – Up to 1,328

  • Storage – Up to 10,000

Client

LAN

WAE

WAN

WAE

ACE

Broker

UCS

Storage


Architecture small scale virtual desktop architecture

Disp Protocols

App Protocols

ArchitectureSmall Scale Virtual Desktop Architecture

  • Branch

    • Thin Clients or display protocol clients

    • WAN Acceleration (1 connection per HVD/HVA)

  • Data Center

    • WAN Acceleration From Thin Client (1 connection per HVD/HVA)

    • Broker

    • Virtual Desktops

    • Applications

Desktop

And

Application

Data Centers


Architecture large scale virtual desktop architecture

Disp Protocols

App Protocols

ArchitectureLarge Scale Virtual Desktop Architecture

  • Branch

    • Thin Clients or display protocol clients

    • WAN Acceleration (1 connection per HVD/HVA)

  • Desktop Data Center

    • WAN Acceleration From Thin Client (1 connection per HVD/HVA)

    • Broker

    • Virtual Desktops

    • Limited applications

    • WAN Acceleration to Application (10 connections per HVD)

  • Application Data Center

    • WAN Acceleration From HVD

    • Centralized applications

Theatre

Desktop

Data Centers

Corporate

Application

Data Centers


Vdi storage nfs acceleration

VDI StorageNFS Acceleration

  • Display Protocols

    • Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) – Microsoft

    • ICA – Citrix

    • ALP - Sun/Oracle

    • PCoIP – Teradici

    • Many other RDP variants

  • Storage

    • VMware Virtual Machine File System (VMFS)

      • SCSI local datastore

      • iSCSI remote datastore (TCP)

      • Fibre Channel remote datastore

    • Network File System (NFS) - TCP or UDP

    • CIFS for user data

C1

UCS

NAS

User Data

Display

RDP

ICA

ALP

PCoIP

Storage

NFS

iSCSI

Fibre Channel

Client Protocols

CIFS

HTTP(S)

MAPI

Etc


Vdi storage waas nfs acceleration

Client LAN attached terminal

Native protocols over WAN

Centralized VMDK and user data

Storage

NFS from ESX to NAS

WAAS between ESX and NAS

99.6% compression (10 GB reduced to <100 MB)

VDI StorageWAAS NFS Acceleration

C1

C2

C3

UCS

WAE

WAE

NAS

Network

RDP

NFS

Origin Connection

Origin Connection

Optimized Connection


Conclusion

Conclusion


In summary

In Summary….

  • Cisco’s VXI complements conventional Virtual Desktop solution

  • Consistent End User’s experience across LAN, WAN

    • WAN Optimization is crucial for User’s Experience

  • Security Simplifications at User’s End

    • Consistent Edge Security. Move to Data Center

  • Scaling Out/UP options to improve OPEX

    • Offloading compression/encryption to network make sense

  • Higher Virtual Desktop Densities improves OPEX

    • UCS’s allows higher vm densities, offers lower $$$/vm

  • Cisco CVD for VXI

    • Proven validated design to mitigate risks


What s next

What’s Next

Implementing XenDesktop on Cisco Infrastructure

Jan 10, 2012

Implementing vmViewon Cisco Infrastructure

Feb 7, 2012

Security Design and Consideration on Cisco VXI

Feb 9, 2012


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