On-Premises or Public Cloud? Unlocking the Value of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
Intersect360 Research published a detailed analysis comparing a VDI 2,500 desktop deployment on a public cloud to a Cisco compute-based on-premises deployment. The result was the Cisco deployment saved the customer $2 million over three years.
UCS X-Series Powers FlexPod for Horizon 8
Cisco just launched a new CVD for VDI Horizon 8 on Datacenter FlexPod with X-Series. This is an excellent design and deployment guide for customers desiring to implement FlexPod with X-Series managed by Cisco Intersight.
Oracle Database 19c on Cisco X210c M6 – WOW!
Oracle database 19c performs extremely well running on the Cisco X210c compute node. Testing using Oracle SLOB (Silly Little Oracle Benchmark) and Oracle Swingbench prove excellent scalability for IOPS growth and high transaction sperminute with minimum latency. Details in a new whitepaper just published by Tushar Patel, Principal Engineer, Oracle Solutions at Cisco Systems, Inc.
Cisco UCS X-Series, Solution Test Drives
Cisco UCS X-Series Modular System demonstrates excellent I/O performance as a precursor for planned Oracle Database 19c testing to announce in 2 weeks.
Cisco Partners with AMD to set a World Record!
Cisco has once again extended its dominance in SQL Server based TPC-H results by posting a new record for the 30TB TPC-H decision support benchmark on SQL Server 2019, gaining 14% over HPE’s best result and 29% better then Cisco’s previous posting.
Cisco® C245 M6 Servers Powered by 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors Deliver Enterprise-Grade VDI Capacity and Performance
Using the AMD based C245 M6 server, Cisco is able to document that this server can support up to 400 virtual desktops! This opens doors for lower TCO and server consolidation for customers.
FlexPod Datacenter & SQL Server: A Championship Team Gets Better!
FlexPod Datacenter has been enhanced by the new Intel Xeon 3rd Generation Scalable processor based B200 M6. This is the ideal platform to host Microsoft SQL Server 2019 databases and applications. This new Cisco Validated design shows the best practices to set up this Converged Infrastructure to provide the best performance, quickly, leading to a lower total TCO for your organization.
VDI on X-Series: A new ‘car’ you can drive today!
Cisco has a new 'car' for VDI solutions, called the Cisco X-Series. This new model has been taken on a test spin to show its ability to handle VDI workloads and can support 33% more users per compute node compared to M5 servers running Login VSI workload.
The rush to cloud based VDI, will customers stay?
COVID-19 caused businesses to immediately establish an ability to support remote workers. The cloud offered a quick solution. Remote working will be the norm moving forward and business is questioning this choice. A FlexPod solution to host VDI offers a clear alternative.