Office Track: Lync in a VDI Infrastructure - Ruben Nauwelaers & Wim Borgers

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ITPROceed 2014 session by Ruben Nauwelaers & Wim Borgers. Guidance about Microsoft Lync in a VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) environment

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  • ITProceed: joined effort between Microsoft and User groups to fill gap that Techdays & Community Day left
    You are now attending the Office Track sessions so if you missed rooms please change now or sleep quietly
    Check the attendance:
    We will have mixed public of generalists and specialists so we want to know how we are divided today
    Who considers himself as a generalist for all Office Server products, in this case Exchange SharePoint Lync
    Who considers himself as a specialist in Lync
    Who considers himself as a specialist in Exchange
    Who considers himself as a specialist in SharePoint
    Who has a cloudy existence and his surname doesn’t end with Van Hybrid? So in short who is into Cloud and Office 365
  • RUBEN


    Speaker Notes:

    Audience check: Primary focus of the Office Track products?
    Lync
    Exchange
    Sharepoint
    Office 365
  • RUBEN


    Credits to Stale Hansen for the great slide layout 
  • WIM

    Credits to Stale Hansen for the great slide layout 
  • Slide Objective:

    Speaker Notes
    Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is an alternative solution to deliver desktop capabilities to users. Essentially, Microsoft Windows 7 is hosted in a virtual machine (VM) on a virtualization platform such as Microsoft Hyper-V®. Then, thin clients are used to remote desktop into the images on a one-to-one basis; that is, one user connected to one image at a time.

    The concept is very similar to Remote Desktop Services (previously called Terminal Services), which provides a number of user sessions from a remote desktop server.
  • Slide Objective:

    Speaker Notes
    One of our unwritten goals has been Remote Desktop platform independence, meaning that any customer, using any RDP technology, can use Lync in remoted environments.

    Generic interfaces are provided at the client and server to enable:
    Protocol provider independence
    Platform independence

    These interfaces will be published on the web.

    Diagram key
    ORANGE: Plug-in bootstrapping, remote session detection
    BLUE: Dynamic virtual channels
    GREEN: Video rendering, video geometry tracking
  • RUBEN
  • Enable Media Redirection: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj205154.aspx
    http://www.e2esoft.cn/vcam/
    Virtual audio cable

    A few Dell Wyse and HP Terminals where explicitly tested and validated by Microsoft
  • Enable Media Redirection: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj205154.aspx
    http://www.e2esoft.cn/vcam/
    Virtual audio cable
  • Enable Media Redirection: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj205154.aspx
    http://www.e2esoft.cn/vcam/
    Virtual audio cable
  • RUBEN
  • Joining meetings anonymously: that is, joining Lync meetings hosted by an organization that does not federate with your organization
  • http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj204713.aspx
  • Great article by Jeff Schertz on the topic: http://blog.schertz.name/2013/05/hd-video-lync-2013/
    Lync Client video requirements: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj688132.aspx
  • http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj204713.aspx
  • Office Track: Lync in a VDI Infrastructure - Ruben Nauwelaers & Wim Borgers

    1. 1. Belgium’s biggest IT PRO Conference
    2. 2. Lync in a virtual desktop infrastructure Ruben Nauwelaers Wim Borgers
    3. 3. Who is Ruben?
    4. 4. Who is Wim?
    5. 5. www.prolync.be www.proexchange.be Pro-Exchange – Pro-Lync
    6. 6. Pro-Exchange – Pro-Lync
    7. 7. Agenda
    8. 8. What is Virtual Desktop Infrastructure The storage and execution of a desktop workload (operating system, applications, data) is centralized on a virtual machine in the data center Presentation of the UI is managed via a remote desktop protocol (such as RDP) or Independent Computing Architecture (ICA)) to client devices Remote Desktop Servers Remote Desktop Client 9
    9. 9. Virtual Desktops vs Virtual Sessions Windows Server 2012 10 Windows Server 2012 Virtual PC 1 Virtual PC 2 Virtual PC 3 Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Windows 7 Windows 8 Windows 7 Win Srv 2012 Win Srv 2012 Win Srv 2012 a.k.a. Remote Desktop/Terminal Server Session SUPPORTED NOT SUPPORTED
    10. 10. Fat client Thin client
    11. 11. Major Vendors
    12. 12. Supporting Audio/Video in VDI Issues 14
    13. 13. Supporting Real-Time A/V in VDI Solution Options 15
    14. 14. Device Remoting Remote Desktop Servers Remote Desktop Client PSTN Lync Server 2013 16
    15. 15. Device Remoting – Summary 17
    16. 16. Codec Compression Remote Desktop Servers Remote Desktop Client PSTN Lync Server 2013 18
    17. 17. Codec Compression – Summary 19
    18. 18. Media Redirection Remote Desktop Servers Remote Desktop Client PSTN Lync Server 2013 20
    19. 19. Media Redirection – Summary 21
    20. 20. High-Level Architecture Remote Desktop Servers Remote Desktop Client PSTN Audio & Video IM, Presence, Data Collaboration, App Integration Lync Server 2013 22
    21. 21. Architecture Details Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1Windows 7 Embedded Remote Desktop Client Remote Desktop Server Lync Plug-in (User A) Lync (User A) Lync (User B) RDP IM,P,DataCollab TPCP A/VMedia Signaling for all modes Lync Server 2013 23
    22. 22. Video Architecture Remote Desktop Server Remote Desktop Client 24
    23. 23. VDI Platform-Independent RD Client Lync Plug-in System RD Server Lync Server RD Protocol TPCP Remote Desktop Servers Remote Desktop Client LAN/WAN 25
    24. 24. VDI Plug-in System Requirements 27
    25. 25. VDI Plug-in RDP Settings 28
    26. 26. Enable Media Redirection 29
    27. 27. QoS 34
    28. 28. Features not supported in VDI 36
    29. 29. Most common pairing issues 37
    30. 30. Client Video Requirements Video Quality Issues 38
    31. 31. http://blogs.technet.com/b/nexthop/archive/2013/0 9/23/lync-2013-virtual-desktop-infrastructure-vdi- client-scenarios.aspx Support: who to contact first? 39
    32. 32. And take home the Lumia 1320 Present your feedback form when you exit the last session & go for the drink Give Me Feedback
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    34. 34. Belgiums’ biggest IT PRO Conference

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