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10 alasan untuk tidak menggunakan virtualisasi

Top 10 Reasons Not to Virtualize
November 19, 2012

While this column normally discusses the benefits of virtualizing your workloads, sometimes it's important to know when to Just Say No. Cesare Garlati, VP of mobile security at Trend Micro, agrees. At the recent RSA Conference 2012 in London, he suggested ten different situations when the right thing to do is turn your back on your hypervisors and run applications as nature intended — on good old-fashioned physical server iron: 1. If going wrong is not an option. In other words, if you have something that works and needs to keep working, then what's the point in introducing the complexity and unknowns of server virtualization – and thereby risking downtime? 2. When licenses don't allow it. Some applications' licenses simply don't allow them to be run in virtual machines. You don't want to be doing anything that contravenes the licenses your company agreed to (you did read the license before opening the packaging…

11 langkah untuk roll-out Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

11 Steps to Roll-Out a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Infographic that Focuses on Important Steps to Successfully Deploy a VDI Environment. A Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) roll-out needs to be carefully tested and planned so you’re ready for the success when it is time for the full VDI deployment. It’s more than a “flick-the-switch” method. You want to make sure you don’t cause confusion among users or harm productivity. By implementing virtual desktops slowly you can gather metrics that will help you have a successful VDI deployment. Tags: ,This post is in: Thin Tank Blog

Berapa seharusnya biaya desktop VDI ?

What Should A VDI Desktop Cost?
A small business should be able to configure a viable 250 desktop VDI installation for less than $150 per desktop.
By George Crump,  InformationWeek 
April 12, 2013

Recently I met with an organization's IT team after they had completed the initial rollout of their virtual desktop infrastructure project. The VDI install went quite well and desktop performance was by their description "acceptable." Although I am not convinced that the users think "acceptable" is, well, acceptable, but that is a story for another entry.

What jumped out at me in our meeting was the cost per desktop. Based on the number of desktop instances they felt that their "pod" of host and storage could support, the average cost per desktop was about $500 to $600, prior to the actual device that sits on the desktop. 

Obviously the device has some bearing on the cos…

Virtual Desktop mengarah ke mobility

Desktop virtualization companies take on mobility Gabe KnuthPublished: 16 Apr 2013 E-MailPrintAAAAAAinShare4

Masa depan DESKTOP adalah virtual desktop..

Masa depan DESKTOP adalah virtual desktop..
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Ketika market PC menurun, perangkat touchscreen mengambil alih...

As the PC market turns, touchscreens start to take overSummary: Samsung's Chromebook has been at the top of Amazon's list of bestselling notebooks for several months. But a closer look at the rest of that list reveals some interesting facts about an industry in transition. Most notably, touchscreens are finally starting to take off. By  for The Ed Bott Report | April 19, 2013 -- 00:31 GMT (08:31 SGT) 0Comments 0Votes

Monitoring Jalan Tol dengan WebNMS

WebNMS Road Infrastructure Manager
Highways span along the length and breadth of the country, and efficient management of the passive assets along the highways is vital. WebNMS rolls out a solution Road Infrastructure Manager to monitor the health of critical highway systems like Emergency calling booths, Digital sign boards, Weather stations, and Toll collection booths. Digital sign boards can be made interactive and be tailored to display messages based on real-time information pushed from a central location. The Traffic information concerning the number of vehicles flow based on its category are ticked instantaneously and accurately. The wealth of information is captured by sensors, and based on the weather conditions, the operators can alert the travellers through the digital sign boards. Also the faulty Emergency booths are alerted along with the accurate location for servicing. WebNMS Road Infrastructure Manager ensures: Efficient utilization of highway passive assetsProactive d…

Monitoring Power Grid / SUTET dengan WebNMS

WebNMS Power Grid Monitoring Solution
The massive growth of power transmission network and transmission capacity, has spurred complexity and risk in managing the power grids. WebNMS offers an out of the box solution to tackle the challenges of power infrastructure and grid size. WebNMS Power Grid Monitoring solution is a reliable intelligent solution to monitor complex electrical grids in real time. The electrical grids are monitored by a series of sensors at regular intervals and the data fetched by RTU are passed on to WebNMS to enable the operators in making effective decisions. The sensor captures the grid disturbances like grid leakage and grid breakage accurately and thus improves energy efficiency and stability of power sector. WebNMS Power Grid Monitoring Solution ensures: Proactive diagnosis of power leakage or breakageEradicates distribution loss due to theftManaging transmission system more effectivelyImproves interaction between energy providers and consumersManages peak d…