Persistent vs. Non-persistent Explained: A Guide for IT Pros
As you navigate Hosted Desktop Infrastructure (HDI) and VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure) opportunities, you'll need to explore a decision tree involving persistent vs. non-persistent deployments — and best-practices guidance. Understand how to most effectively allocate your persistent vs. non-persistent users so that user experience & acceptance is positive while IT’s management of desktop infrastructure is simplified. Generally speaking, a non-persistent desktop reverts back to a Golden OS Image upon each users logout and reboot — a potential headache for end users. But on the flip side, a persistent desktop forces IT to manage the virtual desktops like individual, personalized workstations — which can increase costs to the detriment of cost-per-user and ROI (return on investment). The big question: Can IT Pros find an HDI solution that delivers the best of both worlds?
This webinar covers:
- State of the HDI and VDI Markets
- Persistent vs. Non-persistent: Explained by the experts
- HP's approach to solving the debate — and delivering a great end-user experience
- Getting started with HDI: Key components and considerations
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Joe Panettieri is VP and editorial director of Penton Technology Group, managing content across our IT, developer and channel audiences. He has launched and built IT media brands since 1992, moderating hundreds of CIO, corporate IT and channel events along the way. Most recently, Panettieri co-founded Nine Lives Media — the creative wizards behind MSPmentor, The VAR Guy and Talkin' Cloud. Penton acquired Nine Lives in 2011. He previously held executive and senior-level content positions at Ziff Davis Media, CMP Media, InformationWeek and Windows Magazine.
Travis Wert is the HP Worldwide Product Manager for the HP ConvergedSystem 100 for Hosted Desktops. HP’s cutting-edge, game-changing enterprise-class solution for hosting remote desktops securely. He has been on the forefront of HP’s Client Virtualization field teams for 4 years and with several of HP’s partners beforehand and has nearly a decade of experience in end-user computing focused roles.