Hive is an intelligent solution that works on any X86 server
Hive Fabric Introduction
How to Create a VDI Template
How to Create a Desktop Pool
In-Memeory Storage & RAM Export Size
How to Create a Virtual Machine
How to Enable GPU Acceleration
How to Deploy Nvme Cache
How to Configure Memory as Primary Storage
One Click Deduplication
A virtual desktop or virtual machine has three critical parts: the template, the optimized golden image, and the Delta disk. Getting VDI templates right the first time around is essential for successful VDI deployments. Learn how to build the perfect template that will make your life easier.
Download this guide to get all your questions about Fabric and Fabric CE answered. From the difference in functionalities between the two editions to how to create a desktop pool or installing Hive Fabric as a Virtual Machine.
Download this guide to get the step-by-step instructions on how to install Hive Fabric with an ISO boot process and the Fabric First Boot Wizard. You will also learn how to configure the host and activate your license.
NUC your Virtual Infrastructure or Request Access to our Immersion Lab
No time to install Fabric CE? No worries, we’ll set you up with a read-only access to our own demo lab. Within minutes, you’ll be able to test-drive Hive’s intuitive UI and see how it makes deploying or maintaining desktop, storage, and application pools easy. And, best of all, it happens in real-time.
No space for a server rack in your basement? No worries, you don’t necessarily need a powerful server. You can go small and deploy CE on a NUC. The only requirements you will have to meet are 32GB of RAM, an Intel Quad Core CPU, and 512GB of storage.