Without proper end-to-end network architecture planning, VDI and DaaS deployments will create chokepoints and deliver a poor user experience. I&O leaders should use this research as a framework to deliver the network capability to succeed with on-premises and cloud virtualized workspace solutions.
- Accommodate Richer Content by Increasing Network Bandwidth
- Reduce Network Latency
- Tuning the VDI Protocol to Optimize Bandwidth Utilization
- Distributing VDI Instances for Global Deployment
- Improve Network Resilience With Investments in Network Redundancy, SD-WAN and WOCs
- Use SD-WAN Application-Based Routing to Minimize Network Latency and Improve Availability
- Use WAN Optimization to Free Up Bandwidth on Constrained Links
- Use Cellular-Based Backup Links
- Ensure Support Costs Are Fully Factored Into Deployment Decisions
- Reassess Existing VDI Architectures in Conjunction With Changing Worker and Data Locations
- The Inside-In Approach
- The Inside-Out Approach
- The Outside-In Approach
- The Outside-Out Approach
- The Relevance of DaaS as a Workspace Delivery Platform
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