Like every month, in this article we’re collecting the publications in our blog that have aroused most interest among the UDS Enterprise community, so that you can keep an eye on the most outstanding news on Open Source, virtualization and VDI according to our own followers.
The promotion that we have launched together with our partner Teradici to provide our clients with access to graphics-intensive virtual desktops and applications at an unbeatable price (with a 50% discount on Teradici Cloud Access Software licenses) has been by far the most read article of our blog during the past month of May.
Next, we find the post announcing the availability of a new guide that includes the technical and system requirements to deploy a VDI and vApp platform with our UDS Enterprise connection broker.
And in third position it’s the news reporting the compatibility of UDS Enterprise with Windows Server 2019 to deploy virtual desktops with this operating system and virtual applications hosted on Windows Server 2019 servers.
Below are the links to the posts on these topics, in case you haven’t yet had the opportunity to read them: