What is a BAD application?
We consider bad applications those applications that store user settings in places the user does not have rights to out of the box and traditionally you would have to give the user administrative rights to tame these bad applications. But with ProfileUnity, we have a better way to not repeat the mistakes of the past when moving to VDI and strip away the administrative rights the user once had. Continue reading →
When talking with clients, this topic comes up from time to time. To understand the claim of “Infinitely Scalable and Highly Available” you first have to understand ProfileUnity’s architecture.
ProfileUnity consists of four main parts:
- Management Console
- Configuration file
- Agent files
- User profile files
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We just released an update to ProfileUnity, we’re now at 5.7 and this release was focused on blowing the doors off login/logoff.
ProfileUnity has always been faster than roaming files and now we’re knocking its socks off! Continue reading →
I get this question from time to time, “How does Flex-IO compare to VMware’s View Storage Accelerator (formerly known as Content Based Read Cache)?” The answer is not one or the other it’s you should use both! Continue reading →
Just before the holidays, we released Flex-IO! It’s our “read and write” IOPS accelerator for non-persistent VDI. We have since done our full blown launch on the product and have accounts in production and many accounts in active POC’s. Continue reading →
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