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In our previous HDX blog post, we explored the intersection of Citrix Virtual Desktops and HDX 3D Pro with NVIDIA Virtual GPU (vGPU). Where HDX 3D Pro affords 3D graphics users the power of a GPU in their virtual desktop, NVIDIA vGPU allows multiple virtual machines simultaneous access to a single physical GPU. By sharing a GPU among multiple workloads, questions arise around scalability and performance. How do we achieve cost-effective scalability without sacrificing the graphics performance of our VDI sessions?
In the old days (and not so old days), creating and maintaining a website or developing an app was such a tedious process. Most developers would create/update a website/application on their local PC and then via FTP (hello, utterly insecure) upload their changes to a single server. Many small IT shops would offer this service by hosting a server in their basement at home. The better ones would host on colocated servers. I’m surprised how many small firms are still hosting websites on these single points of failure. Changes were so slow and time-consuming that many just stopped updating their online presence or applications.
“One hundred high-end engineering desktops, please!” This is the message which drove a recent deployment of Citrix HDX 3D Pro with NVIDIA graphics accelerator cards. Graphic-intensive engineering apps meet Citrix Virtual Desktops. To foster this kind of relationship, there are several key items to consider
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