Cloud computing isn’t a nave proposition nowadays. Cloud offers its users mere benefits and helps extend many applications for the growth of their businesses providing agility, scalability and reliability thus aiding the growing demands of the IT firms. They slash unnecessary costs on hardware and software thereby increasing their dynamics in the IT market. SUNDE technology offers immense and powerful solutions for SMBs with virtualization techniques which lowers the cost and provides data security and integrity.
Cloud computing is based on server virtualization whereas SUNDE technology offers desktop virtualization. It is fruitful and vivid to combine them both and produce stream-lined results in a firm. Virtual desktops and their applications can be run and controlled by the cloud in a company’s computing implementation. The traditional way is that PCs were connected to the servers in the cloud through the cloud interface software so that anyone can access from anywhere in the firm through the server virtualization. Using SUNDE, desktop virtualization aids in connecting virtual desktops to physical servers connected to the cloud and anyone can access the applications by simply connecting to a web browser.
SUNDE provides H4 as endpoint device which tailor-fits to specific cloud platforms. With the use of RDP for communication, SUNDE H4 Zero client gives direct access to windows desktops by simply requiring the IP address of the RDSH (provided user account and password) without any additional support. User cloud desktops can either be web based or full desktop sessions of windows and supporting RDP communication. H4 has a profile setup menu and settings that include default URL, resolution, colors, monitor power save, device power sleep and kiosk mode checkbox. Some successful platforms with H4 zero clients include Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Microsoft Cloud. SUNDE also uses Diana as endpoint device utilizing on-premise server to link to the cloud. These primarily run virtual machines from SUNDE VDI system on a local server. The VMs provide full benefits of a native windows desktop. Users can run cloud desktops through a web browser. Web based users need occasional access to a windows desktop or specific windows based applications and they may still be able to work within native SUNDE VDI system.