Chapter 4. Configuring Desktop Providers and Virtualization Platforms

Table of Contents

4.1. Oracle VM VirtualBox
4.1.1. About Oracle VM VirtualBox
4.1.2. System Requirements for Oracle VM VirtualBox
4.1.3. Installing Oracle VM VirtualBox
4.1.4. Updating Oracle VM VirtualBox
4.1.5. Configuring the VRDP Port Range
4.1.6. Configuring the VirtualBox Host Memory Overhead
4.2. Microsoft Hyper-V and Remote Desktop Services
4.2.1. Microsoft Hyper-V
4.2.2. System Requirements for Microsoft Hyper-V
4.2.3. Microsoft Remote Desktop Services
4.2.4. System Requirements for Microsoft Remote Desktop Services
4.2.5. Microsoft RDS Farm (NLB Cluster) Management
4.2.6. Limitations of Microsoft Remote Desktop Providers and Pools
4.2.7. Preparing a Windows Server
4.3. VMware vCenter
4.3.1. System Requirements for VMware vCenter
4.3.2. Setting Up a VMware ESX Server
4.3.3. Setting Up a VMware vCenter Server
4.3.4. Testing the Platform Setup
4.4. Sun Ray Kiosk Desktop Providers
4.5. Generic Desktop Providers
4.6. Storage
4.6.1. Introduction to Storage
4.6.2. Local Storage
4.6.3. Network File System Storage
4.6.4. iSCSI Storage
4.6.5. Sun ZFS Storage
4.7. Preparing Sun ZFS and iSCSI Storage
4.7.1. Setting Up a Sun ZFS Storage Appliance
4.7.2. Storage Clustering for Sun ZFS Storage Appliances
4.7.3. Replicating and Replacing a Sun ZFS Storage Appliance
4.7.4. Setting Up an Oracle Solaris ZFS Storage
4.7.5. Replicating and Replacing an Oracle Solaris ZFS Storage
4.7.6. Setting Up an iSCSI Target on Sun ZFS Systems
4.8. Creating Desktop Providers
4.8.1. Creating an Oracle VM VirtualBox Desktop Provider
4.8.2. Creating a Microsoft Hyper-V Desktop Provider
4.8.3. Creating a Microsoft Remote Desktop Provider
4.8.4. Creating a VMware vCenter Desktop Provider
4.8.5. Creating a Sun Ray Kiosk Desktop Provider
4.8.6. Creating a Generic Desktop Provider