Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) lets you deliver desktops and apps without compromising compliance. Apps and data stay in the datacentre so the risk of information loss from lost and stolen devices is reduced. Microsoft VDI provides efficient management with a single console and rich user experience on a variety of devices and platforms.
Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure benefits:
- Efficient Management:
Manage your VDI architecture with a single, integrated console. You can automate deployment and configuration of server roles, manage personal and pooled virtual desktops, and use session shadowing to view and remotely control active user sessions. The Deployment Wizard automates configuration of various roles and accelerates deployment.
- Rich User Experience:
Provide a leading Windows experience that supports iOS, Mac OS X, and Android in addition to Windows and Windows RT. The experience is further optimised by using RemoteFX, which provides
support for wide area network connections, software GPU, USB redirection, and multi-touch remoting. You’ll see high performance even in low-bandwidth scenarios and a significant reduction in reconnect time with Quick Reconnect.
- Great value for VDI: Reduce costs and increase efficiency with storage tiering, disk deduplication, dynamic distribution of resources (bandwidth, CPU, and disk use), and flexible storage options supporting direct-attached, network-attached, or storage area network storage of virtual machines. Implement consistent user personalisation with User Profile Disk in pooled deployments.
Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructures are available in the following editions:
- Session-Based Desktops:
Session-based desktop deployment includes new, simplified methods to configure and manage session-based desktops, so you can quickly and easily deploy the infrastructure for one or more Remote Desktop Session Host servers simultaneously. Plus, User Profile Disks will allow you to preserve personalisation settings for your session collections.
- Personal and Pooled Virtual Desktops: Windows Server 2012 R2 makes it easier to create pooled environments than personal desktops. These tools let you deploy and manage pooled virtual desktops with virtual desktop templates, preserve user personalisation for pooled virtual desktop deployments with User Profile Disks, and support multiple storage options, including local and Server Message Block storage for virtual machines.
RemoteApp delivers remote applications to users instead of full desktops. With RemoteApp, you get a straightforward publishing process that allows apps on session or VDI hosts to run side by side with local apps and integrate with the Start menu—so they are easier for users to find and launch.
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