Windows Virtual Desktop Better Together – Microsoft and NetApp
Please join this Microsoft and NetApp webinar session where you will learn more about Windows Virtual Desktop(WVD) deployment utilizing NetApp Virtual Desktop Services (VDS) in Azure.
About Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop
Windows Virtual Desktop is a desktop and app virtualization service that runs on the cloud. It enables you deliver a virtual desktop experience and remote apps to any device. Bring together Microsoft 365 and Azure to provide users with the only multi-session Windows 10 experience and with exceptional scale and reduced IT costs.
NetApp’s Virtual Desktop Service allows you to deploy, manage, and optimize virtual desktop environments through a SaaS-delivered global control plane.
NetApp makes virtual desktop provisioning and automation easy. NetApp’s Virtual Desktop Service (VDS) is a global control plane for virtual desktop management that functions as an extension of the cloud. With Virtual Desktop Service, businesses anywhere in the world can deploy a validated solution to address the challenges and inefficiencies facing most organizations when managing legacy virtual desktop solutions.
Virtual Desktop Service provides native support for Microsoft's Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) solution in Microsoft Azure. It also supports Remote Desktop Services (RDS) on public cloud, as well as on-premise environments.
- Introduction to Windows Virtual Desktop – Wouter Ouweneel Business Lead WVD (Microsoft)
- Overview Windows Virtual Desktop – Rogier van der Ven EMEA GBB specialist (Microsoft)
- NetApp Virtual Desktop Service (VDS) - Leanne van Oostende, EMEA Channel Lead Modern Workplace & Mike Walsh Senior Director Product Strategy at NetApp Cloud Data Services.