What is virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) in the Citrix platform?
Before talking about VDI in the Citrix platform, let us understand what is VDI.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a virtualization technology that segregates desktop operating systems, applications, and data from the hardware and offers a robust, secure, flexible, yet affordable desktop solution. The virtualization software creates desktop images and enables access to end-users over a network.
Various companies offer VDI licensing and solutions – the major players being Microsoft, VMware, and Citrix.
Citrix offers an array of products and solutions, including cloud computing, desktop virtualization, analytics, content collaboration, endpoint management, and EUC solutions. Citrix has two VDI offerings – Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops (formerly known as Citrix XenDesktop) and Citrix Managed Desktops.
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