Playing around with NICE DCV Part 5
In house measurements
I did some tests but eventually stopped working on it. As airquality is becoming more important I have decided to start measuring again. I have my PI send the readings every 5 minutes to thingsspeak.com. Below are the current readings outside our house.
Airquality PM 2.5 (particles ≤ 2.5 μg/m3) Readings for my area:
Airquality PM 10 (particles ≤ 10 μg/m3) Readings for my area:[Read More]
Playing around with NICE DCV Part 3
In part 1 I could get the DCV Session manager to answer with a list of sessions (which was empty at first). In part 2 I installed the DCV connection gateway. In this part of the series, I will use the DCV client on my desktop to make a connection to a Linux DCV server through a DCV connection gateway.[Read More]
Playing around with NICE DCV Part 2
In this part of our “Playing around with NICE DCV” we will install and configure the DCV connection gateway. Downloading it from the NICE site is easy peasy as well as yum installing it.
The devils is mostly in the details, also here when you start integrating this component in your architecture.[Read More]
Playing around with NICE DCV Part 1
All NICE products are free of charges on AWS which I think is a smart move to speed up adoption. So I decided to start an experiment!
My goal was to test if the DCV connection gateway and DCV session manager could setup a session with a Linux DCV server.[Read More]
NiceDCV, whats that?
As of last year I have worked quite a bit with NICEDCV in my professional life.
NICE DCV is a 3D-capable Remote Graphics protocol server that provides a securely authenticated channel for users to setup and use a virtual desktop with 3D applications that can stay running even if no client is actually connected to it. Think of RDP (remote desktop graphics) that is standard with Microsoft Windows, but with better tunable performance because of a different way of handling things.
In a nutshell it is capable of really utilizing the graphics hardware remotely and send the data compressed to the client where it is unpacked again and presented on the viewer desktop. So it uses a ‘server’ part that is running on the remote workstation, and a ‘client’ part that the user runs on their personal desktop.
Since last year NICE also provides a session manager/broker and connection gateway specifically to be used in cloud environment, where scaling your installation up and down is of great importance. This is all about money. Imaging spinning up hundreds of desktops with unique hostnames and ip’s and users who need to connect to their authorized machine.
So here is the new year! I hope 2022 will bring us more stability, love and positive excitement!