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How Parallels Remote Application Server Enhances Microsoft RDS
The revolutionary potential of remote desktops is just being tapped. This article will illustrate how remote desktops can help companies work more efficiently and effectively, reducing costs and harmoniously integrating solutions such as thin clients. In addition, by delivering applications and data straight to thin clients, remote desktops simplify digital policies by centralizing data directly onto the company’s server.
In 2001, Microsoft introduced the RDP protocol, a proprietary protocol that allowed users to access an operating system’s desktop remotely. Since then, Microsoft has come a long way, developing Remote Desktop Services to facilitate remote desktop access. Formerly known as Terminal Services, RDS consists of a number of tools and services that allow businesses to build an application and virtual desktop delivery solution that their users can access remotely. However, the Microsoft RDS solution leaves a lot to be desired. This white paper looks at the pain points of Microsoft RDS solutions, and how systems administrators can use Parallels® Remote Application Server to enhance their RDS infrastructure and provide the functionality their businesses need to give their users the flexibility they need to be more productive.
It's Automation, Not Art
It’s Automation, Not Art Learn how to simplify application monitoring with this free eBook.
We recently reached out to IT professionals to find out what they thought about monitoring and managing their environment.  From the survey, we learned that automation was at the top of everyone's wish list.
 
This guide was written to provide an overview on automation as it relates to monitoring.  It was designed specifically for those familiar with computers and IT, who know what monitoring is capable of, and who may or may not have hands-on experience with monitoring software.
Become an Always-On Enterprise: How 6 Companies Revolutionized Ops to Achieve 24/7 Availability
Digital transformation is dramatically changing how the world interacts. Ensuring your services and applications are always available to employees - and customers - is essential to becoming a digital leader.
Digital transformation is dramatically changing how the world interacts. Ensuring your services and applications are always available to employees - and customers - is essential to becoming a digital leader.

The journey to Always-On application Availability begins with a close examination of your current infrastructure to determine the cause of unwanted downtime. From eliminating data loss and slow data recovery to minimizing risk and decreasing downtime, you can leverage Availability initiatives to jumpstart digital transformation, rapidly adapt to business changes and become an industry leader.

Read this eBook to learn how six companies achieved 24/7 Availability with help from Cisco and Veeam.
ESG webcast: Multi-cloud Data Protection Trends and Best Practices
Is the multi-cloud here to stay and are enterprises really adopting this strategy? ESG’s IT Spending Intentions survey shows that 81% of current public cloud infrastructure customers use multiple CSPs and 53% expect the number of unique CSPs they use to increase over the next three years.
Is the multi-cloud here to stay and are enterprises really adopting this strategy? ESG’s IT Spending Intentions survey shows that 81% of current public cloud infrastructure customers use multiple CSPs and 53% expect the number of unique CSPs they use to increase over the next three years.

The proliferation of multiple cloud providers is far from being a point-in-time statistic and it is manly driven by companies’ desire to identify the cloud provider that best fits each application and workload.

Join Edwin Yuen, ESG Senior Analyst for Data Protection and Yesica Schaaf, Senior Director, Veeam® Cloud Marketing in the discussion of Availability in multi-cloud environments to learn more about:
  • Current and upcoming trends in multi-cloud adoption, as well as considerations driving these market shifts
  • Challenges associated with increased IT complexity and multi-cloud deployments
  • How Veeam is helping its customers address multi-cloud and Data Availability: South Oregon University, Goodwill, Columbia Power & Water Systems and Movius
  • And much more!
What Is Hyper-V?
This authoritative guide discovers what is hyper-v and covers everything you need to know about the Microsoft technology that allows users to create virtual environments and run and manage multiple operating systems on a single physical server.

The introduction of virtualization technology has radically changed software architecture. This technology has made it possible to scale your infrastructure without the huge footprint traditionally required by multiple physical servers.

Originally developed by Microsoft, Hyper-V is a native hypervisor that creates virtual machines and allows for administrators to effectively and efficiently manage resources on a host server. Hyper-V is used to monitor uptime along with bandwidth utilization, CPU and RAM consumption, as well as perform backups and allocate resources.

Case Study: SAP and DB2 virtualization
One of the United States’ largest meat distributors, Porky Products, implemented Infinio Accelerator 3.0.  With Infinio’s performance, they were able to incorporate SAP into their VMware environment, which makes it both simpler to manage and more secure.
One of the United States’ largest meat distributors, Porky Products, implemented Infinio Accelerator 3.0.  With Infinio’s performance, they were able to incorporate SAP into their VMware environment, which makes it both simpler to manage and more secure.
Case Study: Infinio with all-flash arrays
The University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education and Hotel is a conference center has 200 hotel rooms and over 35,000 square feet of conference space. The results? “Response times were fast – as low as 170 microseconds - which is even faster than our all-flash array."
The University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education and Hotel is a conference center has 200 hotel rooms and over 35,000 square feet of conference space. The results? “Response times were fast – as low as 170 microseconds - which is even faster than our all-flash array."