Article Number: 000132825
Virtualization technology removes hardware from the network equation, and allows you to host multiple and varied workloads that share the same hardware. In its infancy, virtualization technology was limited to CPU, memory, storage, and network applications. Now, however, virtualization can also benefit graphic workload balancing. The same common set of IT resources can be used to host multiple graphic workloads, or to provide virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) for loads as low as simple document editing and as large as gaming design.
Selecting hardware combinations and configurations can significantly impact the successful deployment of VDI over VMware. The following provides guidance on selecting VMware vSphere features for VDI, and discusses troubleshooting solutions for issues you might encounter during setup and deployment.
The hardware and software requirements for supported GPUs are:
10 Apr 2021