Virtual enclaves

A virtual enclave is a defined group of virtual machines, virtual port groups, resources (if using resource pools), and potentially underlying datastores. The notion of a virtual enclave is to provide segmentation within the VDI, separating one group from another.

The following diagram is an illustration showing three separate enclaves:

Virtual enclaves

In the preceding diagram, three classifications of vDesktops exist within the overall virtual infrastructure. These classifications are composed of desktop pools of the same name. They are as follows:

  • Training: This enclave is used by training rooms to provide vDesktops for training purposes
  • Faculty ...

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