Learn about the different types of linked clone disks, including replica, delta disk, persistent disk, and disposable disk.
- [Rick] In this video, I'll describe the different disks … that are present with linked clones. … Now, some of these disks you may choose to provision, … and some you may not choose to. … There are a few basic ones … that are always going to be there, … but there's other types of disks … that we may potentially utilize as well. … So everything that you see in this diagram … is always going to be present with every linked clone pool. … We're going to create a parent VM. … We're going to take a snapshot. … We're going to create a linked clone pool. … When we create that linked clone pool, … a replica will be created on every data store … where our linked clones are going to exist. … That's always kind of the basic underlying architecture … of a linked clone, … and the other thing that we're always going to have … with every single linked clone … is our OS data disk or our delta disk. … That's the disk that is going to contain … all of the live stuff that's changing. … So remember, the replica is our read-only base disk. …
- 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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