Login VSI 4.0 is announced, the industry standard performance and scalability testing tool for Virtual Desktop Infrastructures and Server Based Computing environments.
The design of this new version has been driven by extensive customer feedback programs, and production testing projects executed at multiple customer and vendor sites, including the tests done for the acclaimed independent research project Virtual Reality Check. Login VSI v4 makes testing of VDI and SBC environments easier and more realistic than ever before.
One of the best features of Windows 8 is in my opinion Hyper-V. Before Windows 8 I had Windows Server 2008 R2 running on my laptop only for the Hyper-V feature. I have a server at home that I use for my study, but sometimes I want to get a VM on my laptop so I can use this offline. Therefore I created a little concept that can sync the VM to my laptop and back to the server.
The new Tweet Fader update is released! This release contains two new features. I received a couple of suggestions to include a timestamp in the Tweet Fader plugin. In this release the timestamp is included in Tweet Fader. Continue reading
With the introduction of Windows 8 the great feature Hyper-V is added. I have noticed that some people are struggling with their network settings in their virtual machines on Hyper-V. In this blog post I will share my Hyper-V network setup on my laptop. I hope this blog post will help you if you are having problems with your Hyper-V network.
Project Virtual Reality Check (Project VRC) is pleased to announce the release of the long awaited ‘Phase V’ white paper which provides independent insights in the impact and best practices of various antivirus (AV) solutions on VDI performance.
The R&D project ‘Virtual Reality Check’ (VRC) was started in early 2009 by the Dutch IT companies PQR (www.pqr.com) and Login Consultants (www.loginconsultants.com) and focuses on research in the desktop virtualization market. Several white papers were published about the performance and best practices of different hypervisors, application virtualization solutions and Windows Operating Systems in server hosted desktop solutions.