Publication detail

Performance analysis and comparison of virtualization protocols, RDP and PCoIP

KOUŘIL, J. LAMBERTOVÁ, P.

Original Title

Performance analysis and comparison of virtualization protocols, RDP and PCoIP

English Title

Performance analysis and comparison of virtualization protocols, RDP and PCoIP

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This article deals with the possibilities of using terminal servers and virtualization technologies available on Microsoft platforms, VMware and Citrix, and mainly with comparing the communication protocols RDP and PCoIP underlying these technologies. The first part deals with the technical principles of virtualization and compares the benefits of individual technologies. The second part is practically oriented and deals with the design of a methodology for testing the performance of both RDP and PCoIP. Test methodology consists of identifying key factors that describe the behaviour of client stations, which are subsequently used for the selection and design of hardware architecture. The testing methodology is transformed into a scripting language and it is ready for automated testing. Past tests can be divided into groups - the server load performance, monitoring and mapping the data transmission time system response to user stimulus. The performance characteristics of the RDP and PCoIP are monitored and compared.

English abstract

This article deals with the possibilities of using terminal servers and virtualization technologies available on Microsoft platforms, VMware and Citrix, and mainly with comparing the communication protocols RDP and PCoIP underlying these technologies. The first part deals with the technical principles of virtualization and compares the benefits of individual technologies. The second part is practically oriented and deals with the design of a methodology for testing the performance of both RDP and PCoIP. Test methodology consists of identifying key factors that describe the behaviour of client stations, which are subsequently used for the selection and design of hardware architecture. The testing methodology is transformed into a scripting language and it is ready for automated testing. Past tests can be divided into groups - the server load performance, monitoring and mapping the data transmission time system response to user stimulus. The performance characteristics of the RDP and PCoIP are monitored and compared.

Keywords

Virtualization, protocol, RDP, PCoIP, analysis, comparison

RIV year

2010

Released

22.07.2010

Publisher

WSEAS Press

Location

Corfu (Greece)

ISBN

978-960-474-213-4

Book

Latest Trends on Computers - Volume II

Edition number

2

Pages from

782

Pages to

787

Pages count

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT34352,
  author="Jiří {Kouřil} and Petra {Lambertová}",
  title="Performance analysis and comparison of virtualization protocols, RDP and PCoIP",
  annote="This article deals with the possibilities of using terminal servers and virtualization technologies available on Microsoft platforms, VMware and Citrix, and mainly with comparing the communication protocols RDP and PCoIP underlying these technologies. The first part deals with the technical principles of virtualization and compares the benefits of individual technologies. The second part is practically oriented and deals with the design of a methodology for testing the performance of both RDP and PCoIP. Test methodology consists of identifying key factors that describe the behaviour of client stations, which are subsequently used for the selection and design of hardware architecture. The testing methodology is transformed into a scripting language and it is ready for automated testing. Past tests can be divided into groups - the server load performance, monitoring and mapping the data transmission time system response to user stimulus. The performance characteristics of the RDP and PCoIP are monitored and compared.",
  address="WSEAS Press",
  booktitle="Latest Trends on Computers - Volume II",
  chapter="34352",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="WSEAS Press",
  year="2010",
  month="july",
  pages="782--787",
  publisher="WSEAS Press",
  type="conference paper"
}