A connection broker is absolutely critical in the design of any large-scale hosted desktop environment — but sometimes this piece of software doesn’t get the attention it deserves. Last week, Leostream set out to change all of that by launching a new webinar that puts the spotlight on this technology.
When moving resources into the data center, you have a lot of things to think about. With all the moving pieces you’re juggling, the connection broker is probably the last thing on your mind. But, it happens to also be a very important piece, and waiting until you’ve designed the rest of your data center to consider the connection broker can be detrimental to the overall usability of your system.
Most virtualization stacks provide a built-in connection broker, which is adequate for managing their single stacks. So why would you ever look elsewhere?
In many cases, including an independent third-party connection broker into your design can future-proof your hosted desktop solution while providing the flexibility to support a wider range of use cases.
If you weren’t able to catch our live broadcast of the webinar, you’re in luck! We just released the recording for you to watch on-demand.
During this exclusive webinar you will learn about:
- The role of a connection broker in a hosted or virtual desktop initiative
- The benefits of choosing a vendor neutral solution
- How a connection broker streamlines important desktop management tasks
- The latest version of the Leostream Connection Broker, and special features of the platform