Virtual Desktop Infrastructure deployments are replacing traditional PC environments among organizations of all sizes to simplify management, increase security, and reduce overall IT costs. A centralized installation of client systems through Virtual Machines (VMs) drastically reduces the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), as well as the complexity of infrastructure management that administrators face with individual PCs. Additionally, organizations seeking to increase security with a private cloud can do so with a VDI solution. With the all-in-one SnapVDI solution from AMI, VDI can be deployed and operational in just a few hours.
SnapVDI is a complete VDI solution that scales from 25 users up to thousands. Unlike most VDI component-based products, SnapVDI is shipped as a “Ready-to-Deploy” solution that makes implementing VDI quick and simple. SnapVDI was architected to leverage the latest virtual desktop technologies while keeping in mind the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
Most virtual desktop implementations fail due to the complexity and high cost associated with the project. Hundreds of users have shared their desire for VDI, but expressed concerns over the roadblocks they had experienced during past VDI evaluations. SnapVDI resolves these common concerns by guaranteeing a lower cost per user than traditional desktops while providing unparalleled functionality.
So, how does SnapVDI work? Below are the six main components of the SnapVDI solution: