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Tools to Understand the Environment


A Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Assessment examines multiple aspects of your current computing environment:


• Organizational priorities • Desktop virtualization criteria • Users and locations • Breakdown by department and function • Access infrastructure and network • End-user computers • End-user applications


In order to gather a complete picture of the machines, users, and applications, you need to gather a signifi cant amount of data. We use a data gathering and measurement tool to help you collect information about the environment, including an inventory of machines and applications, network latency, graphics intensity, disk I/O, CPU average use, login delay, and much more.


How a VDI Assessment Works


1. First the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Assessment appliance is installed in your environment.


2. Next the tool gathers inventory and performance data about the desktop, users, and applications over a 30-day window.


3. Then our engineers analyze and distill the data into multiple reports that are summarized into Fit Ratings.


4. Finally we prepare a detailed Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Assessment report and review the fi ndings with you.


Our assessment provides a clear starting point and helps you make fact-based implementation decisions with data derived from your own applications and deployed assets. It can help you understand the server, storage, and network needs for unique environment and pick the right desktops to virtualize.


Call your Account Manager to schedule a VDI Assessment today!


1.800.395.8685


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