In this chapter, we have covered some of the essential tasks in designing and building out our Horizon View infrastructure.
We started at a high-level discussing the approach to a VDI project and the different phases in which to work through in order to plan and test an environment. The most important of these phases is the assessment phase.
Once we had worked through these, we looked at the pod and block reference architecture before examining the sizing of the key Horizon View components, such as the connection server, security server, and View Composer.
Following on from the management architecture, we looked at some of the considerations for sizing and configuring the virtual desktop machines and the user assignments before finally putting this all together in a high-level example design.
You should now have a methodology for approaching a project coupled with the knowledge to be able to start sizing your environment specific to your end-user requirements.
In the next chapter, we...