Performance Analysis of Remote Desktop Virtualization based on Hyper-V versus Remote Desktop Services

Örs Darabont 1 , Konrád József Kiss 2 ,  and József Domokos 2
  • 1 BSc student at Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences, Sapientia University, Tg. Mureş
  • 2 Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences, Sapientia University, Tg. Mureş

Abstract

The fast spread of computer networks and broadband Internet access, and also the development of different operating systems, makes possible to use different virtualization techniques and virtual machines. The release and spread of virtualization platforms makes possible the development of cost-effective information systems that can provide in addition dynamic resource management and simplified system administration.

In this paper we present a comparative performance analysis of Remote Desktop Virtualization based on Hyper-V versus Remote Desktop Services. We introduce system architecture for the two tested scenario and test environment including detailed hardware description.

The main conclusions of the paper are that despite the higher acquisition and maintenance costs, the Remote Desktop Services outperforms the Hyper-V based Remote Desktop Virtualization in memory, CPU and also storage management.

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