Discover some basic concepts of the Blast Extreme display protocol. Learn about the TCP and UDP protocol usage, and how connections are established. Explore SSL and DTLS support for enhanced security.
- [Rick] In this video, … we'll learn about the Blast Extreme display protocol. … So this is the latest and greatest display protocol, … in all use cases at this point. … is the standard that VMware is definitely pushing … So if I have a poor quality network condition … or a better quality network condition, … It is currently supported on over 125 thin clients, … HTML access, and soft clients as well, … Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android soft clients currently. … there's even a few zero clients … that now support the Blast Extreme display protocol. … that when we're using thin or soft clients, … there are some security implications … So we'll talk about those as we delve … a little bit more deeply into this lesson. … There are security considerations … when we're using Blast extreme. … So, here is our little network diagram … that we're getting very comfortable seeing. … The Horizon client includes the Blast Extreme protocol. … So baked right into the Horizon client, … we've got Blast Extreme client built in. …
- VMware Horizon architecture
- Navigating options within Horizon Administrator
- PCoIP and Blast Extreme display protocols
- Linked-clone desktop pools
- Creating an instant-clone desktop pool
- Delivering Horizon applications
- Configuring roles and permissions
- Using Cloud Pod Architecture
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Horizon Architecture
2. Display Protocols
3. Full Clone Desktop Pools
4. Linked Clone Desktop Pools
5. Instant Clone Desktop Pools
6. Horizon Printing and Device Connections
7. Delivering Horizon Applications
9. Design and Automation
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