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Virtualizing museum exhibits

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  • Virtualizing museum exhibits

    Anonymous User
    13 November 2017 11:37
    Hello all,

    I work in the museum / heritage center sector. We would have a large number of exhibits, each running some kind of interactive (usually Flash) for at least 10 hours a day. There would also be user input (either touchscreens, or physical buttons, or some kind of interaction with the interactive).

    Would this kind of setup be amenable to virtualisation? Instead of a server room full of computers we could have the exhibits running on one fairly powerful machine, and have automatic failover etc. etc. My concerns would be perhaps network usage (full-screen video possibly running in each instance), and managing the user input back to the server.







    I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
    References:
    [arstechnica.com]

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