The Pure Storage® and Cisco® Converged Infrastructure solution, better known as FlashStack™, has continued to enjoy a huge amount of success and an ever-expanding customer base who are reaping the benefits of non-disruptive scaling, highly-resilient topology
As a follow-on to the excellent blog post by Cody Hosterman on Reclaiming Windows Update Space in Windows 7, I decided to run some more in-depth VDI experiments using sDelete at a larger scale with Citrix
Comparing 2000 Active VDI Desktops for XenDesktop MCS and PVS on FlashStack CI The Challenge When moving forward with a Citrix XenDesktop deployment, one of the most important early decisions is figuring out which deployment method makes
As we head into Citrix Summit on January 11-13, this blog focuses on Citrix – another innovative company imbued with an awesome culture – and what we make possible together. As a Citrix reseller with so
As many VDI administrators have already discovered, you need to know at least a little bit about a lot of infrastructure pieces and be able to work on a variety of moving parts to provide minimal
Having recently joined Pure Storage after directly supporting CAD engineering at a large enterprise in the aerospace/defense industry for 12+ years, I am keenly aware of the tug-of-war that a typical IT administrator encounters for their
Here’s a brief preview of something we’ve been building that internally we are tentatively calling Project NetApp Shift. Shift allows customers to change the cloud platform their VMs run on without migrating any data. Shift provides unprecedented agility and the ability to create heterogeneous cloud solutions that previously were too costly to implement due to …
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Pure Storage introduces a reference architecture for all-flash VDI storage, delivering the best all-flash VDI end user experience for less that $100/desktop. This post describes the reference architecture, introduces the new Expandable VDI Starter Kit, and lists the Pure Storage VDI resources available.
Let’s start with some questions: Did your virtual desktop deployment pilot or proof-of-concept yield great results but suffered when you tried to scale out? Are your virtual desktop users complaining about slow application response times? Do