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GPU virtualization lets you deliver graphics-intensive applications without sacrificing performance, but the options on the market from VMware and Citrix differ. XenServer natively supports GPU virtualization, but VMware's offerings don't.
Whether adding virtual GPU is going to be an expensive nicety or a core support pillar for the business comes down to the applications using it.
IT administrators can use Citrix HDX to deliver graphics-intensive applications in XenDesktop and XenApp, but they'll need HDX 3D Pro to optimize the application performance even more and limit bandwidth consumption.
Tony Benn was the UK's technology minister when Computer Weekly's began in 1966 and he continues to campaign on IT issues
GPU virtualization offloads graphics rendering from a user's device to the data center. Using a virtual GPU makes VDI possible for graphics-intensive apps.
Conventional wisdom says that it’s hard to hire for DevOps. People who have done it say most organizations simply go about it wrong.