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  • Cloud and mobility are two major trends that have started to affect the IT landscape, in general, and the datacenter, in particular. There are four key IT questions that customers claim are keeping them up at night:How do I embrace the cloud?With a private cloud, you get many of the benefits of public cloud computing—including self-service, scalability, and elasticity—with the additional control and customization available from dedicated resources. Microsoft customers can build a private cloud today with Windows Server 2008 R2, Microsoft Hyper-V, and Microsoft System Center, but there are many questions about how to best scale and secure workloads on private clouds and how to costeffectively build private clouds, offer cloud services, and connect more securely to cloud services.How do I increase the efficiency in my datacenter?Whether you are building your own private cloud, are in the business of offering cloud services, or simply want to improve the operations of your traditional datacenter, lowering infrastructure costs and operating expenses while increasing overall availability of your production systems is critical. Microsoft understands that efficiency built into your server platform and good management of your cloud and datacenter infrastructure are important to achieving operational excellence.How do I deliver next-generation applications?As the interest in cloud computing and providing web-based IT services grows, our customers tell us that they need a scalable web platform and the ability to build, deploy, and support cloud applications that can run on-premises or in the cloud. They also want to be able to use a broad range of tools and frameworks for their next-generation applications, including open source tools.How do I enable modern work styles?As the lines between people’s lives and their work blur, their personalities and individual work styles have an increasing impact on how they get their work done—and which technologies they prefer to use. As a result, people increasingly want a say in what technologies they use to complete work. This trend is called “Consumerization of IT.” As an example of consumerization,more and more people are bringing and using their own PCs, slates, and phones to work.Consumerization is great as it unleashes people’s productivity, passion, innovation, and competitive advantage. We at Microsoft believe that there is power in saying “yes” to people and their technology requests in a responsible way. Our goal at Microsoft is to partner with you in IT, to help you embrace these trends while ensuring that the environment is more secure and better managed.
  • Pooled virtual machine collections. You can choose to deploy VDI through virtual machine pools. In this model, all users in the virtual machine pool share a single master image. The changes that each user makes during a session are stored in a transient virtual hard disk that’s discarded when the user logs off (though user profile changes are persisted). The main advantage of this model is having only a single image to manage, which reduces storage requirements and simplifies management, thereby reducing deployment costs. In Windows Server 2012, the entire model of deploying pooled virtual machine collection is transparent to the administrator. Single-image management and administration are natively supported, and the entire process is simplified for ease of deployment.Personal virtual machine collections. Personal virtual machines are based on a master virtual machine. Windows Server 2012 automates the rollout process by copying the master image for each instance of the personal virtual machine. After the initial rollout is completed, you can maintain virtual machines as if they were physical machines and manage them by using WSUS and System Center Configuration Manager.
  • These are several reasons to consider VDI. Some of the things that users and admins are asking for and how we can deliver that… things like protecting against the loss and leaks of the sensitive corporate data. How do you make sure that your corporate data always stays in the data center? How do you reduce your management costs? And particularly around deploying new applications and updates and patching - how can you do that in a faster and less expensive way? How can you centrally administer and manage desktops instead of having everything out there and not having great control over when machines are online. How do you make sure that they have got the right corporate policies and moving all these desktops into the data center running remotely. We can enable a lot of that. It can also reduce the network bandwidth consumption that’s in use. It means there are some great improvements in network utilization in remote desktop services today. So----- these are areas we can address with the remote desktop or VDI solution.The challenges of course are - how do you do that, how do you make your corporate applications available regardless of where users are and make that data available even on unmanaged devices where you don’t have control over the policies that are on there and making sure that the machines are patched? How do you make sure when you deliver applications to those that it’s going to do so in a way that is compliant with your corporate requirements?


  • 1. Joey Snow | Senior Technical Evangelist Corey Hynes | Lead Technical Architect
  • 2. @holsystems
  • 3. Windows Server 2012: Server Virtualization Windows 8 for IT Pros Jump Start
  • 4. http://aka.ms/MVA-Voucher
  • 5. Using Microsoft VDI to Enable New Workstyles 01 | Introduction to Desktop Virtualization 02 | Optimizing the User Experience 03 | Deploying Virtual Desktops with Windows Server 2012 and RDS 04 | Hyper-V for VDI 05 | Capacity Planning & Architecture 06 | Leveraging Citrix 07 | Microsoft VDI Licensing
  • 6. 9 New apps Device proliferation Data explosion Cloud computing
  • 7. Desktops, Applications, User Data VDI and session-based desktops are just another deployment model for Windows
  • 8. FIREWALL 1 platform • 1 experience • 3 deployment choices Desktop Sessions Corporate Office Branch Office Library / Coffee house Home Pooled VMs Personal VMs
  • 9. Pooled collection Personal collection Single, shared master virtual machine Separate virtual machine instance for each user OS-level changes discarded at logoff (user profile changes can persist in the user VHD) Changes retained after logoff One image to manage Coordinated with Windows Software Updates Services and Configuration Manager to avoid patch storms through excessive disk I/O Reduced requirements Users can install applications and be administrators on their own VM Lower deployment cost Supports user profile disk to persist user changes
  • 10. CHALLENGES Enable user access to corporate applications and data from unmanaged devices and locations Balance user requirements with corporate compliance Protect against loss and leaks of sensitive corporate data Reduce cost and time to deploy new applications and updates Easily and centrally administer and manage desktops and applications Reduce consumption of bandwidth by remote users NEEDS 2
  • 11. • Manage physical and virtual desktops from a single console • Centralized desktop lifecycle management • Access desktops from any connected device • Enable rich desktop experiences on thin clients and older PCs • Data always locked in the data center • Improved compliance through centralization • Data center grade business continuity for the desktop • Quicker resolution of desktop failures