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Microsoft the power of choice

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  • 1. A broad array of desktop choicesDevice-centric User-Centric Dynamic Unmanaged Well-managed Client-Hosted “Dynamic” Presentation Server-Hosted “User-Centric” Rich Client Rich Client Virtual Machine Rich Client Virtualization Virtual Machine Client
  • 2. Everything installed locally
  • 3. Virtual Application streaming Applications delivered virtually Data stored on network, with folder redirection/replication
  • 4. Dynamically streaming software as a centrally managed service Streams applications to users Readily accessible applications Centralizes permissions Accelerate Windows deployment Never installs applications Accelerate application recovery Isolates applications Reduced application conflicts Provide real-time metering reports Minimize app-to-app compatibility testing Leverage existing PC Management investments Total Direct Cost Savings of $82/PC/year*
  • 5. The apps are “somewhere else”, but I can use them from here execute in the datacenter Allows abstraction from physical details of client device Leverages data-center resources (scale and elasticity)
  • 6. A complete virtual PC image, running “somewhere else” virtual machine running in the datacenter Client image is fully controlled/managed within datacenter Allows abstraction from physical details of client device Leverages datacenter resources (scale and elasticity)
  • 7. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (or VDI) is an architectural model where a client OS runs in aserver-based virtual machine environment and interacts with the user via a network connection The storage and execution of a desktop workload (OS, apps, data) is centralized on a virtual machine in the datacenter VDI is not, by itself, a complete desktop virtualization strategy. Presentation of the UI is managed via a remote desktop protocol (such as RDP or ICA) to client devices
  • 8. Provide a Managed Desktop to Unmanaged Devices• Contract workers• Employee-owned PCsCentralize Desktop Management for Remote Locations• Branch offices• Offshore locationsTask Worker Scenarios• Call center workers• Shared terminals, such as factory kiosks / nursing stationsDesktops That Demand High Levels of Security and Compliance• Non-mobile desktops in specific industries (i.e. financial services / healthcare / government)
  • 9. Windows 7 + Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1
  • 10. Citrix – Microsoft VDI solution XenDesktop XenApp (Now Ships w/ Hyper-V) Essentials for Hyper-V Windows SAVDA
  • 11. Citrix – Microsoft VDI solution Best user experience Integrated management Better TCO Single console for physical, virtual and Lowest infrastructure costs amongst The Best Remote Experience session based desktops competitive VDI Heterogeneous Infrastructure Excellent performance on LAN and WAN Reduced storage costs management Built on Windows Server Operating System Familiar Platform Leverage Existing Tools & Skills

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