Designed and offered as a Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS), Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD), formerly known as Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD), is a comprehensive desktop and app virtualization service running in the cloud. Offering simplified management and multi-session Windows 10, you can deploy and scale your Windows desktops and apps on Azure in minutes, Supporting AVD. IGEL OS further extends the security and management benefits of running AVD.
SEE IT IN ACTION - IGEL OS accessing AVD
IGEL OS is the ideal edge OS for endpoint devices accessing Azure Virtual Desktop services. A lightweight Linux operating system designed specifically for secure, high-performance access to cloud workspaces, IGEL OS is the first Linux-based OS validated and certified with Microsoft for AVD device access. For organizations looking to:
migrate to Windows 10
unify and standardize all endpoints onto a single management platform
streamline with multi-session Windows 10 virtual desktops
or simply shed the costly and time-consuming burden of maintaining Windows on individual endpoints,
AVD and IGEL OS is the answer!
WHAT MAKES IGEL OS BEST FOR AZURE VIRTUAL DESKTOP?
Linux based, light weight, and highly efficient (1 GHz, 2 GB RAM)
Platform independent: Any compatible x86 device
Secure: Read-only, minimal footprint, modular, and complete “chain of trust”
Backward compatible and future-proof: Supports in-house legacy apps, data center VDI and hosted apps, and future cloud-based services
Highly scalable yet super-easy to manage
IGEL AVD Client Access
Please register to get an evaluation license of IGEL’s Linux Client for Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD)