We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"It is too expensive as compared to other solutions because of which we don't use it that much. We tend to go more for Hyper-V or Azure just because VMware licensing is quite up there. We sway people away from VMware Horizon Cloud. We have some clients who already have it. They stay on it for a little while, and then most of them end up moving off when we provide them a better solution that isn't as license heavy cost-wise."
"For what you get, it is very compelling. You've got to look at the total cost of ownership of this type of piece of software in terms of being able to utilize it as a cloud service. I don't have to run everything on-premises. When you look at the total cost of just being able to use it and then being able to point it to any public or private cloud, it is very compelling. You have one less thing to manage."
"There is a license required for the use of this solution and there are different tier levels available."
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The VMware Horizon Cloud Service delivers feature-rich virtual desktops and applications using a purpose-built cloud platform that is scalable across multiple deployment options, including fully managed infrastructure from VMware, public cloud infrastructure from Microsoft Azure, or on-premises hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI). The service supports a cloud-scale architecture that makes it easy to deliver virtualized Windows desktops and applications to any device, anytime. And, with a flexible subscription model and turnkey solutions, organizations can easily get up and running and scale quickly.
Oracle VDI is ranked 19th in Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) while VMware Horizon Cloud is ranked 9th in Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) with 3 reviews. Oracle VDI is rated 0.0, while VMware Horizon Cloud is rated 8.4. On the other hand, the top reviewer of VMware Horizon Cloud writes "Just like using a desktop and makes it easier to bring everything up, but very expensive". Oracle VDI is most compared with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Desktops, Citrix Workspace, Parallels Desktop, VMware Workspace ONE and Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops, whereas VMware Horizon Cloud is most compared with Microsoft Remote Desktop Services, Citrix Workspace, VMware Horizon 7, Sangfor aDesk VDI and NetApp Virtual Desktop Service.
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