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Parallels Remote Application Server vs Dell vWorkspace

White Paper: Parallels

Desktop virtualization and application publishing have made some amazing progress. There were just a few noteworthy players in the industry, but now there are quite a few different solutions that claim to do a lot of different things. When comparing Parallels Remote Application Server and Dell vWorkspace, one can't help but notice the ease of use and licensing options are significantly simpler. Parallels Remote Application Server allows organizations to remotely install all needed components when scaling up the infrastructure. With Dell vWorkspace, organizations need to manually install the agent on every new server added after the operating system is installed, and then they have to add it to the pool of their choice. This makes the Parallels Remote Application Server easier to set up and quicker to roll out. This paper concentrates on how the features of Parallels RAS and Dell vWorkspace differ and how these differences affect the end user experience. Move ahead and read the following whitepaper that will address all your questions, including these: How the features of Parallels RAS and Dell vWorkspace differ? How the differences between the Parallels RAS and Dell vWorkspace affect the end user experience? What makes Parallels Remote Application the clear choice for your business? 

Parallels Remote Application Server vs VMware Horizon

White Paper: Parallels

VMware came into the business from a pure VDI solution, while Parallels Remote Application Server originated from RDS. VMware may be more appropriate for VDI clients; however, Parallels Remote Application Server will exceed expectations with RDS clients. While considering both VDI and RDS solutions, RDS is less expensive than VDI. As a VDI management tool, VMware Horizon View is exceptionally hard to set up, arrange, and utilize. Even though it is a dedicated VDI management solution, it has a number of shortcomings when compared to Parallels Remote Application Server VDI module. An out-of-the-box installation of VMware Horizon View is limited in functionality, requiring additional add-ons (some at an additional cost) to provide basic functionality. This paper explains how the features of Parallels Remote Application Server and VMware Horizon differ and how these differences affect the end user experience. Move ahead and read the following whitepaper that will address all your questions, including these: How the installation processes for Parallels Remote Application Server differ from VMware Horizon? How to keep virtual desktops up to date? What are the unique VMware Horizon View features?

Parallels Remote Application Server vs Citrix VDI-In-A-Box

White Paper: Parallels

VDI-in-a-Box is an easy-to-use VDI management solution for small and medium businesses alike, however, the framework is exceptionally limited in terms of functionality. For instance, users cannot scan and print from all type of devices, and administrators can only create guest image clones and cannot do any other managerial tasks related to the hypervisor. In addition, with VDI-in-a-Box, implementing some of the basic functionality included in a standard Parallels Remote Application Server installation requires the installation and configuration of additional components, some of which are third party and available at an additional cost. On the other hand, Parallels Remote Application Server is a complete VDI, desktop and application delivery solution that also allows organizations to manage users without the need to install and configure additional components. Move ahead and read the following whitepaper that will address all your questions, including these: Why Parallels Remote Application Server? What are the Parallels Remote Application Server advantages? How VDI-in-a-Box differ from Parallels Remote Application Server in terms of VDI solution?

5 Reasons to Choose Parallels RAS Over Citrix Solutions

White Paper: Parallels

Virtualization technology is the conspicuous answer for building proficient and financially savvy IT and cloud solutions that enable the majority of employees to get to their information and virtual desktops safely. Citrix®, specifically, has driven the field of virtualization and application and virtual desktop delivery. Business software should be a means to automate and ease business operations rather than a means to introduce new, complex operations and costs. And that is exactly where Parallels has the edge on Citrix: Parallels RAS is a solution that checks all the right boxes. Parallels Remote Application Server is a cost-effective, all-in-one application and virtual desktop delivery solution that is easy to use and manage. It allows organizations to concentrate their efforts on the line of business rather than on the IT solution to run the business, without breaking the bank account. Move ahead and read the following whitepaper that will address all your questions, including these: How Parallels help businesses keep IT infrastructure costs down? How businesses can build more advanced VDI solutions with less money using Parallels RAS? Where Citrix falls short?

IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Virtual Client Computing Software 2016 Vendor Assessment

White Paper: Parallels

Virtual Client Computing technology plays a key role in the unified device management, which can enable an IT organization to focus more of its energy into strategic digital transformation (DX) endeavors as opposed to being consumed by managing PCs, users, applications, and devices. In future, IT buyers looking into virtual client computing (VCC) software suppliers not only have to consider their company's current needs but also what they will need to accomplish DX. This whitepaper provides insights to buyers entering the market or looking to refresh, update, scale up, or replace their current VCC deployment. It highlights: Does the VCC solution integrate well with other IT/datacenter management tools? Centralized virtual desktop-a form of server-based computing Client virtualization model encompassing three other client virtualization technologies Virtual User Session- for distribution to a nonnative environment

Parallels Remote Application Server on Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform Design VMware ESX & vCenter

White Paper: Parallels

VMware provides the hypervisor hosting platform to the virtualized desktop and infrastructure server instances. The purpose of this White paper is to provide design information that describes the architecture for the Parallels Solution which is based on Parallels Remote Application Server Hosted Shared Applications (RDSH) and Parallels Hosted Virtual Desktop (HVD) FlexCast models.  The solution is built on the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform, NX-3060 nodes running VMware® to support the virtualized environment . Key takeaways from this white paper:  Overview: logical architecture and concepts for  VMware ESX deployment VMware Desktop Publishing Agent:  Design decisions for the underlying infrastructure supporting the virtual desktop layer Parallels Remote Application Server: How applications and VDI are delivered to end users

Migrating from Citrix XenApp (IMA / FMA) to Parallels Remote Application Server

White Paper: Parallels

This migration white paper explains how to migrate your Citrix XenApp application and virtual desktop delivery solution to Parallels Remote Application Server. It is written in an easy to follow, step-by-step format. This White Paper also Covers: Why Should You Migrate from Citrix XenApp to Parallels RAS? An overview on Migrating from Citrix XenApp to Parallels Understanding which Parallels components will replace the existing Citrix ones Publishing the Applications and Configuring User Privileges

HPE Reference Configuration for Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) on HPE Hyper Converged Platforms

White Paper: Parallels

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) can help many large-scale business and organizations simplify client image management, improve datasecurity, and enable remote connectivity from any device and, in some cases, provide some cost savings. Most traditional VDI and application publishing software solutions are very complex, requiring several weeks to implement and full time system administrators to manage. For customers looking to achieve superior VDI performance without the high cost and complexity of traditional hardware and software, the HPE Hyper Converged 250 combined with Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) provides a turnkey approach. Who should read this white paper? This document is intended for those IT decision makers as well as architects and implementation personnel who want to understand a Parallels and HPE approach to client virtualization and benefit from a pretested solution. The reader should have a solid understanding of client virtualization, familiarity with both Parallels products and VMware® vSphere products, and an understanding of sizing/characterization concepts and limitations in client virtualization environments.

Parallels Remote Application Server: Perfect Integration with IGEL Technology

White Paper: Parallels

This whitepaper depicts the upsides of utilizing thin clients instead of PCs, furthermore, shows how thin clients can deliver noteworthy cost savings over time to your enterprise. IGEL Technology and Parallels have been working together on thin client computing and virtual desktops since 2002 to deliver a solution for fast and economical implementation of server-based computing and desktop virtualization. This White Paper on “Thin Client” describes: What exactly are Thin Clients? Why Should You Switch to Thin Clients? IGEL Technology: Hardware and Software IGEL Technology: Advantages of Thin Clients IGEL Technology and Parallels Remote Application Server Advantages

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 End of Life

White Paper: Parallels

Windows Server 2003 is still being used, even though it has been over 12 years since Windows Server 2003 was released and it lost Microsoft's product update support one year ago.  Industry experts estimate that there are more than 10 million machines across the globe still running WS2003, and many will continue to do so for various reasons until EOL or close to that date. In the past several years, Windows® XP and WS2003 have played a very important part in the progress of companies’ IT infrastructures. It should be a cause for alarm that so many businesses still rely upon an operating system originally released almost 10 years ago. This white paper is a guide on easy server migration and upgrade planning to avoid last-minute, frantic, stressful, and risky forced migration, ensuring continuity of service, support, and security.

Parallels Remote Application Server on Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform Design VMware ESX & vCenter

White Paper: Parallels

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) can help many large-scale businesses and organizations save money, simplify client image management, improve data security, and enable remote connectivity from any device. Considering the initial capital expense and overall complexity involved with implementing a traditional VDI solution, it’s no wonder that many cost-conscious customers, particularly small and medium businesses, have failed to adopt this traditional approach.  In order to facilitate rapid and successful deployment of the Parallels Remote Application Server FlexCast models, the Parallels team has built and tested a solution using the components described in this white paper. Key takeaways from this white paper: Parallels Remote Application Server Virtual Desktop Types Parallels Remote Application Solution Overview Setting up the HVD solution based on the suggested scale-out increment Key decisions points and options offered by Parallels and Nutanix How Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) reduce the cost and complexity of VDI

NFV Speeding PoC to Launch

White Paper: Quali

The main objective of a Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Proof of Concept (PoC) is to achieve industrial awareness and confidence in NFV’s ability to become a workable and trusted technology. NFV PoC gives telecoms, mobile, and carrier operators the ability to achieve a level architectural, capital, overhead, and vendor-sourcing agility that is not possible with more traditional approaches that are based on dedicated carrier grade network appliances. This whitepaper demonstrates NFV concepts in a Proof of Concept (PoC) that will help you build industrial awareness and confidence in NFV as a viable technology What are the steps for achieving NFV's potential in order to foster rapid proof of concept (PoC) to launch processes? How can the telecoms build a fast PoC to launch process for NFV? How can NFV PoC framework help to streamline multi-vendor POCs that touch on key areas of NFV? Carriers have a great opportunity with NFV to build much more agile, innovative and cost-effective ways of bringing new services to market, tapping into a software-driven, appified world of Virtual Network Functions. 

Unlocking the Value of SAP Change Intelligence: What Developers and Security Managers Ask About Implementing Salt in Their SAP Systems

White Paper: Revelation Software Concepts

Salt reduces risk in SAP systems by providing current, accurate SAP change intelligence on systems and code. Salt provides specific data to the appropriate stakeholders, who can then act quickly to make improvements or to avoid disaster. This whitepaper describes the eight Salt applications that comprise the suite, stating technical and business benefits of the intelligence they deliver and describing Salt’s safe, secure and problem-free implementation process. Salt provides real-time change intelligence in three focus areas: Developers are code-centric, and Salt’s Developer Utilities helps to work faster and more productively. Salt’s Landscape Management applications helps you to understand the state of play in each system, for example, un-promoted code left in QAS leads to incorrect test results. Salt’s Object Repositories guards against potentially expensive disasters with auto-save and archiving and keep custom ABAP code and data dictionary objects safe and secure. Salt is an excellent complement to your SAP change control processes already in place. And if you have not yet automated your processes, Salt provides a great starting point to understanding your actual SAP change control needs. 

The Slow Demise of VDI and The Rise of The App Store

White Paper: software2inc

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a shadow copy of the desktop including its OS, installed applications and documents, which are stored and executed entirely from the server hosting it. Desktop virtualization is one of the stand-out technologies of the past decade. With the advent of Google apps and cloud storage services, such as Google Drive and Dropbox, IT users quickly embraced the freedom to migrate to the cloud and to work across multiple devices; mixing local applications with cloud services to enable them to work in new and more flexible ways. This Virtualization Whitepaper on ''Virtual desktop infrastructure''  Discusses: What are the common Virtual desktop infrastructure issues you must consider? How to troubleshoot them? What are the different layers of virtualization? What are the advances in application virtualization? What are the problems related to the connectivity and performance that still remains unsolved?

NFV Applications - Key Considerations for Profitability

White Paper: Dialogic

Implementation of Network Function Virtualization (NFV) applications with maximum profitability requires you to address questions like: How to minimize the cost of the NFV implementation and the associated risk? What primary factors drive the company’s interest in NFV? How to manage virtual network appliances while ensuring security from attack and misconfiguration? What key factors should be considered for lowering risk to the business, high service availability and faster time-to market? Communications Service Providers should consider some guiding principles that can help maximize the profitability in the deployment of Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs). This insightful whitepaper on Network Function Virtualization has all the answers that cover: • The Current State and Industry Expectations of Network Function Virtualization • Architecting and implementation of NFV applications for maximum profitability • Key Architectural Principals to Guide NFV Deployment • Virtualized Network Functions (VNF) Implementation Examples

Waiting on IO: The Straw That Broke Virtualization's Back

White Paper: DataCore

As technology changes, more and more organizations are harnessing Parallel IO technologies in virtualization especially for heavy online transactional processing (OLTP) apps, databases and mainstream IO-intensive workloads. The parallel IO technology designed to process IO across many cores are putting the idle CPUs to work. Hence for a long term success in this highly complex area, you need to: The major factors of loss in virtualized I/O performance The Powerful multicore/ parallel processing infrastructure Software-defined storage and parallel  IO software technology In this whitepaper, we will discuss the underlying parallel architecture’s evolution over the years and how it resulted in a markedly different way to address the craving for IOPS (input/output operations per second) in a software-defined world.

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