Cloudistics Ignite is designed to help you avoid the challenges of VDI while ensuring all the benefits that enable you to reduce CAPEX and OPEX, improve efficiency and expand connectivity and control.
If you’ve struggled with performance, licensing and administration of VDI, Cloudistics offers the versatility you need to overcome the cost and complexity and administrative overhead.
Cloudistics is a versatile, on-premise cloud platform on which to deploy VDI with greater performance than VDI deployed on bare-metal. It provides all the streamlined and automated management benefits of a deployment on a virtualized platform, plus all-flash performance and scalability. It also removes the traditional barriers tied to legacy deployment models and solutions at a fraction of the cost.
Cloudistics Ignite enables fully functional VDI deployments in about an hour.
Create and instance a VDI environment with two clicks by downloading the Windows template from our integrated Application Marketplace.
Get full control over the infrastructure and software through our cloud-based management portal. Anyone who is familiar with Microsoft can provision and maintain the environment.
Alleviate the need for additional clustering with the built-in high availability of nodes. Most customers automatically deploy the business continuity/disaster recovery capabilities of Cloudistics to ensure non-stop availability.
Provides the most ‘traditional’ desktop experience by allocating each user with an individual Windows 10 virtual machine and provides all the functionality of a standard desktop. This functionality is made available by creating a pool of traditional Windows 10 desktops and leveraging the VA MAX load balancer product to route users to their appropriate virtual machines each time they connect.
Each user is assigned a single virtual desktop that they are routed to every time a connection is made with their credentials regardless of the source device. These machines provide an experience comparable to traditional desktops and allow the capability for the users to be local administrators and/or customize their machines if it is compliant with applicable security policies.
A pool of shared virtual machines is load balanced by Remote Desktop Services and users are connected to the most available host for their session. This provides an option for more density and lower maintenance cost while maintaining most of the functionality available to persistent desktops, except user admin rights.
Applications are installed on a Session Host and are published so users can access them as if they were running natively on their machine. These applications are exposed through the Remote Desktop Services Web Access servers and provide the ability to host many mission-critical applications centrally as opposed to being deployed to each individual user machine.