The second the decision to adopt workspace virtualization is made, a question often arises about performance. Connecting to the company’s apps from a private cloud sounds a very attractive option, but is it as smooth as a traditional client-server user experience?
eyeOS has put a lot of effort into creating a solution that is undetectable to users. First of all, most of the frontend heavy lifting takes place within the local browser: moving the mouse, minimizing or maximizing a window, navigating across the menus, typing, etc. are local tasks. The user will experience no latency in the most common and repetitive tasks of his or her day-to-day routine.
Secondly, eyeOS architecture clearly separates main tasks, with the possibility of dedicating separate servers if the load becomes intense.
Finally, eyeOS kernel is compiled in C++ for maximum speed. Requests are answered in 15 ms on average. The result is outstanding: users don’t notice that their eyeOS desktop is actually on the company’s private cloud and not on their local PC.