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Business Services Catalog 2023 Table of Contents 1 Overview and Description........................................................................................ 3 2 Private Cloud Virtual Datacenter.........................................................................……... 4 3 Cloud Delivered Desktops..............................
Dizzion’s service is designed to be resilient in even single-site deployments. Dizzion’s Cloud Burst offering is the service on which many of our Business Continuity solutions are built. Cloud Burst enables organizations to deploy virtual desktops “on-demand” to accommodate unexpected or unplanned increases in user demand and is used to provide Busi
Managed DaaS Service Description This document containsa description of Dizzion’s “Managed DaaS” service offering, includingdetails of the service, features, limitations, administrative access, sizing, ordering, and invoicing. Please contact your Dizzion CSM for additional information. Table of Contents 1 Introduction
FAQ - Dizzion Compliant Services 1. My employees take credit card numbers from customers and type them into our system, how does Dizzion help? If you have employees or contractors that handle credit card information, healthcare information or other types of personally identifiable information (PII), you are subject toPCI DSS, HIPAA, or oth
GSLB is an excellent method to ensure continuity of operations for a business, but the nature of virtual desktop infrastructure requires that we take into account some additional items, to ensure that the plan works as designed. Some of these items are explained here. Persistent Desktops When using persistent desktops, we must take into account that
Dizzion’s service is designed to be resilient in even single-site deployments, but for customers who choose to deploy Dizzion services across multiple sites, many leverage GLSB and Cloud Burst to ensure the Business Continuity of their service. Cloud Burst enables organizations to deploy virtual desktops “on-demand” to accommodate unexpected or unpl
When a customer wishes to deploy Dizzion services across multiple Dizzion locations, failover between locations can be configured a few ways. For simplicity, let’s start by assuming that 100% of a customer’s production desktops are deployed in a single Dizzion location, we’ll call this Site A. Because the customer wishes to have redundancy in anothe
Selecting an Endpoint for use with Dizzion Services When selecting an endpoint for your employees or contractors to usewith Dizzion services,you have a few options. You may choose to providethin clients or laptops to your end users, or you may want to considerDizzion’s zLink BYOD software which allows you to securely support users whoprovide
The simplest way to implement a Disaster Recovery strategy in the Dizzion cloud is to simply ensure that all critical data is backed up on a regular basis. Dizzion performs backup tasks for all infrastructure components under Dizzion management, in each customer’s private cloud at an interval that is specified in our service agreement with each cust
Deploying Dizzion services across multiple locations can be an excellent method to ensure continuity of operations for a business, but the nature of virtual desktop infrastructure requires that we consider some additional items, to ensure that the plan works as designed. Some of these items are explained here. Persistent Desktops When using persiste
This document discusses strategies for automating Business Continuity processes within the Dizzion cloud using Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) and Dizzion Cloud Burst. It is assumed that the reader has a knowledge of Dizzion services, including Cloud Burst desktop services, as well as the differences between Disaster Recovery and Business Contin
Assigning each user to a “primary” and a “secondary” site, or “pinning” a user to a site can address some of the challenges with active users in two or more sites (a 50-50 load balancing scenario) and round robin GSLB. It does require that an organization keep track of which users are assigned to which sites, but it operates as illustrated in the di
DaaS Service Description This document contains a description of Dizzion’s “DaaS”service offering, including details of the service, features, limitations, administrative access, sizing, ordering, and invoicing. Please contact your Dizzion CSM for additional information. Table of Contents 1 Introduction........................
Cloud Burst virtual desktops can be built in the same environment (i.e. the same private cloud, or PCVDC) as an organization’s existing virtual desktops, or in a separate PCVDC. Cloud Burst can be an effective method to ensure that desktops are available during the need for a temporary increase in capacity, such as a short-term revenue opportunity,
GSLB is the technology that enables load balancing of users across globally distributed Dizzion sites. Users do not need to know which Dizzion cloud location is providing them service, they do not need multiple icons in the Horizon Client to connect to different Dizzion locations. Instead, they have a single icon in their Horizon Client, which they
As mentioned previously, many Dizzion customers choose to leverage Dizzion services in a single cloud location (a single Dizzion site) because the guaranteed uptime SLA within each individual site is 99.99%. Some Dizzion customers, however, need to ensure that their service can remain uninterrupted even in the unlikely event that a Dizzion cloud loc
If you’ve decided to make Dizzion a part of your digital workspace strategy, you’ve taken a big step towards redefining the way your people work. During the process of evaluating Desktop as a Service provider, you may have been faced with the question - what happens if there’s an outage? How reliable is the Dizzion service? What are the options for