Thursday Apr 30, 2009

Sun VDI 3 (part 3 of 3): Usage

Finally the third (and likely final) screencast about the Sun Virtual Desktop Infrastructure 3 (VDI 3). The focus this time is how you can use it, and how you can access your virtual desktops.


Again, this builds on top of part 1 and part 2 of this little screencast series.


I hope, of course, that this is useful for people. Bear in mind though of course, actual configuration and therefore usage also depends heavily on your own technical and business decisions.




Thursday Apr 16, 2009

Sun VDI 3 (part 2 of 3): Configuration

This is part 2 of a series of entries (planned are 3) about the new Sun VDI 3.

Part 1 can be found here. It might be useful to watch this one first.


Watch the screencast below to learn about how easy it is to configure LDAP integration, desktop providers, and pools of desktops in VDI 3:



Sun VDI 3 (part 1 of 3): Installation

Recently, I had the pleasure, together with my coworkers Mike and Joost, to have three machines available to install, configure, and play around with the new Sun VDI 3 (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure 3).


I plan to create three entries for this:

  • Sun VDI 3 (part 1 of 3): Installation
  • Sun VDI 3 (part 2 of 3): Configuration
  • Sun VDI 3 (part 3 of 3): Usage


They way installation and configuration is now implemented in VDI 3 is sweet, and very easy to do.

If you're happy and familiar with using command line, the installation is extremely easy. Still even, if you're not using command line on a Unix based system very often, it is very easy.

Plenty more informtation about VDI 3 can be found here.

See below the first screencast, focusing on the installation:





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