In his post on Oracle's virtualization blog, Jeff Reilly cites the BriForum 2012 presentation by Ron Oglesby of Unidesk, who addressed the issue of optimizing storage in VDI so as to deliver the IOPS required for desktop workloads, a requirement that is often is in conflict with the goals of reducing the CAPEX investment of implementing VDI. Oglesby recommends the use of hybrid storage arrays to provide a combination of larger controller memory, Solid State disk for high IOPS, and lower cost array disks. Reilly points out that a ready-made solution exists to do exactly that: Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.
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