Understanding Desktop Virtualization VDI vs RDS

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Vs. Remote Desktop Services (RDS)

Both RDS and VDI are core components of desktop virtualization, and they satisfy specific computing requirements and scenarios with deployment readiness and flexibility. VDI and RDS have peculiarities that adapt to the different needs of a business, but making a choice between them could be difficult for some companies. Benefits of Virtual Desktop

Streamlining Data Centers Strategic Approach to Automation and Integration

Streamlining Data Centers: Strategic Approach to Automation and Integration

Data centers (DCs) have evolved. Discover key enablers for automation and integrated management, transforming DC operations. Explore to fine-tune your strategy!

Navigating Big Data Storage Challenges

Storage Considerations for Big Data Storage

The last decade or so has seen a big leap in technological advancements. One of the technologies to come up at this time and see a rapid…

An Ultimate Guide for NSX V to NSX T Migration

An Ultimate Guide for NSX V to NSX T Migration

The migration of NSX V to NSX T typically involves detailed migration plan to ensure minimal disruption and to take advantage of the enhanced features and capabilities of VMware’s next-generation networking and security platform, NSX-T. Read the blog to explore the detailed migration path from NSX V to NSX T.

Network Slicing for IoT Tailoring Connectivity for Different Applications

Network Slicing for IoT: Tailoring Connectivity for Different Applications

Network slicing is a transformative concept in the realm of IoT, where diverse applications with changing needs exist. Network slicing supports dynamic resource sharing according to the specific technical requirements of each application, optimizing the use of network infrastructure and enhancing overall efficiency. Network slicing for IoT brings immense potential to steer innovation, improve operational efficiency, and unlock new use cases across various industries. Read the blog to explore the significance of network slicing to tailor connectivity for diverse IoT applications.

Enhancing vCenter Capabilities with VMware vCenter Plugins: A Deep Dive

 vCenter Server is one of the most powerful tools in VMware’s product portfolio, enabling efficient management of virtualized environments. One of the most used features in vCenter is the vCenter plugin, which extends the capabilities by providing custom features such as 3rd Party system discovery, and provisioning, providing a unified view, allowing administrators to manage vSphere, and 3rd Party systems seamlessly.

Why Do We Call Ourselves a “Technology First” Company?

Being a ‘technology first’ organization means more than working on the latest technology or simply tying our revenues to technology. Read on why Calsoft calls itself a ‘technology first’ organization.

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Testing Storage Replication Adapter for Site Recovery Manager

Explore the intricacies of testing the storage replication adapter, which is usually installed on the VMware Site Recovery Manager – a disaster recovery management solution.

Evolution Of Data Centers

Clubbing of individual components of a Datacenter to form a single node is called a Converged Infrastructure. Clubbing of Software-Defined components to form a node is called Hyper-Converged Infrastructure. The next era is going to be the era of Hybrid Infrastructure where few components will be hardware-based and few will be software-based.

Performance Benchmarking of OpenStack-based VIM and VNFs for NFV Environments

This post focuses on a case study of evaluation of NFV architecture components i.e. VNFs (virtual network functions) and VIM (virtual infrastructure manager) to deliver best-in-class performance to end users and offer a valid approach to active testing.