What Is VDI And How Does It Work?
VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) is a technology used to create a virtualized desktop environment on a remote server setup. VDI segments the servers into various virtual desktops which the users can access remotely through their devices. These virtual desktops are hosted on Virtual Machines (VM) that are controlled through management software. VDI can be classified as persistent and non-persistent. Persistent VDI is customized for a personal user, and the user can log in to the same desktop each time. Non-persistent VDI consists of desktops that revert to their initial state after the user logs out.