Azure WVD


Azure WVD

WVD is designed to provide a seamless Windows experience for end-users while offering IT administrators flexibility, scalability, and security. Here are key aspects of Azure Windows Virtual Desktop:

  1. Desktop Virtualization: Azure WVD enables the virtualization of Windows desktops and applications, allowing users to access their familiar Windows environments and software from anywhere using a wide range of devices.

  2. Multi-Session Windows 10: One unique feature of WVD is the ability to run multiple user sessions on a single Windows 10 virtual machine. This helps in reducing costs and optimizing resource utilization.

  3. Windows 7 Extended Security Updates: Azure WVD provides extended security updates for Windows 7, allowing organizations to continue using legacy applications securely while transitioning to more modern Windows versions.

  4. RemoteApp: Azure WVD supports the delivery of individual applications rather than full desktops, making it suitable for scenarios where specific applications need to be accessed remotely.

  5. Azure Integration: WVD is tightly integrated with other Azure services, such as Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), Azure Monitor, and Azure Security Center, enhancing security and management capabilities.

  6. Scalability: Organizations can scale their virtual desktop infrastructure up or down based on demand. Azure’s global data centers provide the resources needed for flexibility and geographic redundancy.

  7. Optimized for Office 365: Azure WVD is optimized for running Office 365 applications, ensuring a smooth and responsive experience for users accessing Microsoft Office and related tools.

  8. Security and Compliance: Azure provides robust security features, including identity and access management, data encryption, and compliance certifications. WVD benefits from these Azure security capabilities.

  9. Management and Monitoring: Azure provides tools for managing and monitoring WVD deployments. This includes capabilities for tracking user sessions, optimizing performance, and applying security policies.

  10. Hybrid Deployment: Organizations can establish hybrid deployments by connecting on-premises Active Directory to Azure AD, enabling a seamless experience for users regardless of their location.

  11. Partners and Ecosystem: Microsoft partners and third-party solutions can extend the capabilities of WVD, offering additional management, security, and user experience enhancements.

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