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Survey on Resource Management Strategies for Desktop-as- a-Service in Cloud Environment

  title={Survey on Resource Management Strategies for Desktop-as- a-Service in Cloud Environment},
  author={Gandhi Kishan Bipinchandra and A. Singh},
Cloud computing is an on demand technology as it offers dynamic and supple resource allocation for trustworthy and guaranteed services in pay as-you-use way to public. The specialty of this technology is that the any number of cloud services can be concurrently accessed by any number of users. In desktop-as-a-service cloud computing, user applications are executed in Virtual Desktop on remote servers. This offers great advantages in terms of usability and resource utilization; however, handling… Expand
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