End User Computing - A Hybrid Multicloud Approach

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2 Table of Contents 2 Author 2 About this eBook 3 Introduction 4 EUC Deployment Architectures Traditional On-Prem Broker Cloud Broker Hybrid Deployments Use cases 9 Architectural Principles Entry Point Scalability Performance Capacity Monitoring 14 Building Blocks Hypervisors 17 Infrastructure Alternatives Build Your Own Converged Infrastructure Hyperconverged Infrastructure 23 Storage Requirements 26 Storage Types Legacy Tiered Architectures All-Flash Hybrid Flash 28 GPUs Dedicated GPU Shared GPU Grid Licensing 30 File Services Nutanix File Services 31 Compute Sizing Physical Memory CPU clock speed calculation CPU ratios 35 Virtualization Cluster Design Author Brian Suhr has over two decades of IT experience in enterprise infrastructure design, implementation, and administration. He has provided architectural and engineering expertise in a variety of virtualization, data center, and cloud-based engagements while working with high performance technical teams on global-reaching environments. As an independent author of the DataCenterZombie and VirtualizeTips blogs, Brian focuses on creating content that revolves around virtualization, automation, infrastructure, and evangelizing products and services that benefit the technology community. Find Brian on Twitter: @bsuhr About this eBook This book is focused on infrastructure design for VDI and End User Computing (EUC) environments. The content within this book has been adapted from the infrastructure-focused chapter of Architecting and Designing End User Computing Solutions (available on Amazon).

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