Azure VDI


Azure VDI

Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) is designed to enable organizations to deploy and manage virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions in the cloud. With Azure Virtual Desktop, you can deliver Windows desktops, applications, and remote desktop sessions to your users, regardless of their location or device, and scale resources as needed.

Here are key components and features of Azure Virtual Desktop:

  1. Windows Virtual Desktop Host Pools:

    • Host pools are collections of virtual machines (VMs) used to deliver desktops and applications to users.
    • You can create different host pools based on user requirements, such as providing different configurations or applications.
  2. Remote Desktop Clients:

    • Users can access their virtual desktops and applications using the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) with the official Remote Desktop client or other compatible clients.
  3. Multi-Session Windows 10:

    • AVD supports Windows 10 multi-session, allowing multiple users to connect to a single Windows 10 virtual machine simultaneously, making it cost-effective.
  4. Application Virtualization:

    • You can deliver individual applications, such as Microsoft Office or custom line-of-business apps, to users without delivering an entire desktop.
  5. Profile and Data Storage:

    • Azure Virtual Desktop supports user profile and data redirection, allowing you to store user profiles and data separately, such as on Azure Files or Azure Blob Storage.
  6. Integration with Azure Services:

    • AVD integrates with various Azure services, such as Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) for identity management, Azure Monitor for monitoring and diagnostics, and Azure Backup for data protection.
  7. Customized Images:

    • You can create customized images for your virtual desktops with pre-installed applications and configurations.
  8. Security and Compliance:

    • Azure Virtual Desktop provides security features like Azure Security Center integration, role-based access control (RBAC), and compliance with industry standards.
  9. Scaling and Load Balancing:

    • AVD allows you to scale your virtual machines automatically based on user demand and load balance connections across multiple VMs.
  10. Global Reach:

    • Azure’s global data center presence ensures that you can deliver virtual desktops and applications to users worldwide with low-latency access.

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