Texas School District Makes the Grade with 1500 Virtual Desktops


Waxahachie ISD's first try at Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) didn't meet performance expectations for faculty and staff or simplify desktop management for the small IT team.

How is the Texas school district passing its VDI retest with flying colors and expanding to 1,500 desktops?

Hear Waxahachie ISD's Robert Keith and Rem Mascardo as they share lessons learned and discuss how flash storage and desktop layering innovations are helping the school district make the grade on VDI. You'll learn:

  • How VDI is improving student learning and providing a foundation to support new educational standards and computer-based testing;
  • How educational apps can be updated on-demand to satisfy even last minute teacher requests;
  • How storage latency of less than one millisecond has transformed the end user experience;
  • How all lab, classroom, faculty, and staff desktops are managed on a single Windows gold image.

Don't miss this chance to learn how VMware Horizon View, Unidesk, and Pure Storage combine to make desktop virtualization affordable, simple, fast, and flexible!