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DISRUPT 2020: Taking a Real-World Look at Windows Virtual Desktop

DISRUPT 2020: Taking a Real-World Look at Windows Virtual Desktop

Simplify and Scale Your Desktop and App Virtualization Environment on Azure

When used together with IGEL OS and IGEL Universal Management Suite, Windows Virtual Desktop is changing the game for cloud workspaces. For customers that want end user computing (EUC) that’s simple, dynamically scalable, secure, centrally managed and cost effective, there’s no better combination than IGEL’s Linux-based edge OS and Windows Virtual Desktop.

Attend our presentation, “A Real-World Look at Windows Virtual Desktop” during DISRUPT 2020, Nashville and Munich to discover why. Together with Microsoft Senior Product Marketing Manager Jon Federico, I’ll be sharing how Windows Virtual Desktop can help you simplify and scale your desktop and app virtualization environment on Microsoft Azure.

We’ll be showing live demos and offering best practices for how to deploy Windows Virtual Desktop. We’ll also demonstrate Windows Virtual Desktop’s Microsoft Teams support and top ways to optimize Azure storage. Further, we’ll show best ways to perform MSIX app attach techniques for the best user experience.

The Windows Virtual Desktop Linux SDK makes it easy to support IGEL OS-powered devices, and even easier to fuel the shift of Windows to the cloud. That’s why IGEL is a supporting vendor for Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop value-added partner program “early adopters” and IGEL has been named as a recommended Microsoft ecosystem partner for customers deploying Windows Virtual Desktop at scale.

DISRUPT 2020: Windows Virtual Desktop Masterclass

If you’re looking for more Windows Virtual Desktop content, you need to also check out the “Windows Virtual Desktop Masterclass” during DISRUPT 2020 presented by Christiaan Brinkhoff. It’s the can’t miss session for anyone looking to deploy and scale Windows desktops and apps on Azure in minutes.

See why Windows Virtual Desktop is the only virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) that delivers simplified management, multi-session Windows 10, optimizations for Office 365 ProPlus and support for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) environments. Plus, it features built-in security and compliance features.

This Windows Virtual Desktop Masterclass will share deployment and optimization best practices so you can deliver effective, efficient cloud workspaces. It will also show you how to optimize Windows Virtual Desktop deployments for the absolute best user productivity experience.

The session will feature live, rich demos of the Windows Virtual Desktop PowerShell and REST interface as well as effective load-balancing methods. We’ll be discussing how to virtualize Office 365 ProPlus running in multi-session Windows 10 virtual scenarios with FSLogix technologies.

What’s more? See how to use diagnostics features with a management UX and custom images. Learn how to leverage Windows Virtual Desktop’s built-in security and compliance features. And discover how Citrix and VMware add value to Windows Virtual Desktop.

Masterclass attendees will also get an exclusive view into new Windows Virtual Desktop roadmap plans and what they can expect during 2020.

If that’s not enough, Christiaan will also be presenting two additional breakout sessions during the DISRUPT 2020 events: “VDI: State of the Union 2019” and “Introducing Windows Virtual Desktop.” In these sessions, he’ll cover recent announcements in the desktop virtualization market and provide an overview of Windows Virtual Desktop as well as offering unbiased insights into the VDI market and updates on recent developments in the space.

As a Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop “Global Black Belt,” Christiaan works as a Cloud Architect and Technology Evangelist at Microsoft. As such, he’s personally designed and provided complex migrations for thousands of customers – advising on cloud strategies, writing business continuity plans and helping Microsoft customers realize their on-premises and cloud-based environment goals. If it’s been done in Azure, he’s seen it or helped to deliver it.

See Windows Virtual Desktop in action with IGEL OS during DISRUPT 2020, Nashville or Munich.

Register now for what will truly be a great event.

Scott Manchester

Scott Manchester is the Group Program Manager for Windows Virtual Desktop and Remote Desktop Services. He is a 19-year veteran at Microsoft where he has worked on Second Screen Remoting, Multimedia, and Networking technologies and holds over 20 patents in these areas. Scott holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington and an Executive MBA from Washington State University.
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