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  • Supports virtualization of Windows from XP to Windows 10, Windows Server from 2003 to 2016, and all flavors of GNU/Linux. We can advice you on the best way to configure your guest operating systems so that your users get the most of their desktops.
  • Desktops are accessible from a wide variety of clients. There are Windows, Linux and Mac desktop clients, as well as mobile clients for iOS and Android devices. We also provide a Linux distribution prepared to boot a thin client directly into your flexVDI desktop. Finally, you can even access your desktop from anywhere using just a web browser with our HTML5 client.
  • Scalable, fault-tolerant cluster architecture. New hosts can be added to the cluster as needed, as easily as configuring the network and registering the host with the platform. Its resources will be ready to use at once. In the same way, the platform will quickly recover from a host failure, using the rest of its resources to keep the service up and running. Growing from hundreds to thousands of desktops is easy with flexVDI.
  • Binary packages are provided for RHEL 7 and CentOS 7. Your hosts will benefit from the reliability and experience of Red Hat operating systems.
  • Uses Qemu/KVM as the virtualization engine and Spice as the presentation protocol, with additional improvements to boost your VDI experience.
  • Template-based desktops. Quick and easy to update when new versions of your software are available, highly available when malicious software threats your desktop instances.
  • LDAP or AD based authentication/authorization. flexVDI integrates with your corporate directory.
  • Configurable security capabilities, to restrict access to the desktop resources from the client side: clipboard, printers, usb devices, ...
  • Supports shared storage like SAS, FC, iSCSI, etc...

flexVDI must be installed on a set of physical servers with either RHEL 7 or CentOS 7, that form a VDI cluster. Installing it in a virtual machine managed by a different hypervisor is not supported. This document will guide you through the process of installing flexVDI 3.0 on your physical servers.