Презентация RDS & App-V, VDI


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Что нового в Remote Desktop Services 2012?
Scenario-based deployment
Remote Desktop Management Server
Remote Desktop Session Host, что нового в терминальных фермах
Новое в Remote Desktop Virtualization Host: коллекции, шаблоны
User Profile Disks -- для терминалов и VDI
Remote Desktop Connection Broker -- масштабируемость и гибкость
Remote Desktop Web Access -- HTML5, возможен ли доступ с iPad?
Remote Desktop Gateway
Remote Desktop Licensing
Внедрение сертификатов для Single Sign On
Metro Remote Desktop Client
Remote Desktop Client 6.2 - для Windows 7 и 8
Основные изменения протокола RDP 8.0
Что нового в APP-V 5.0?

Развитие APP-V
Новый формат данных, размер виртуального пакета
Управление через веб интерфейс
Взаимодействие между виртуальными и реальными пакетами
Настройки конфигураций для пользователей
Обновление пакетов и внесение изменений
Миграция с 4.6 на 5.0
App-V Shared Content Store -- куда эволюционировал Shared Cache
Что такое UE-V - введение?

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Презентация RDS & App-V, VDI

  1. 1. Component Architecture Remote Desktop Virtualization Host Server Manager Remote Remote Desktop Desktop Web Connection Access Broker SQL Remote Desktop Databas Session Host e Remote Desktop Gateway Remote Desktop Licensing
  2. 2. Remote Desktop Management Server
  3. 3. Remote Desktop Session Host
  4. 4. Remote Desktop Connection Broker
  5. 5. Remote Desktop Web Access
  6. 6. Remote Desktop Gateway
  7. 7. User Profile Disks
  8. 8. Certificate Management
  9. 9. Remote Remote Desktop Remote Desktop Remote Desktop Remote Desktop Connection Desktop Remote DesktopHost Virtualization Connection Virtualization Host Broker Connection Virtualization Host Remote Broker Remote Web Desktop Broker Remote Desktop Web Remote AccessDesktop Web Access Desktop Access Connection SQL Cluster Broker Databas e Remote Desktop Session Desktop Remote Host Session Desktop Remote Host Session Host Remote Remote Desktop Remote Desktop Remote Gateway Desktop Gateway Remote Desktop Gateway Remote Desktop Licensing Desktop Licensing Licensing
  10. 10. An example configuration
  11. 11. Simple to deploy, intuitive to manage, easy to expand at scale  Set up a simple VDI deployment easily and quickly  Wizard-based setup and deployment for multiple scenarios  Automatic creation of VM with settingsEasy Deployment  One, integrated console for roles, servers, collections, users, and VMs  Consistent publishing apps and desktopsUnified  Automate and manage at scale with PowershellAdministration  Master images for personal and pooled VMs  Avoid patch storms by queuing maintenance updatesStreamlined VM  Streamlined VM mgmt: Fast sysprep, optimized logon, auto rollbackManagement
  12. 12. GPU Management
  13. 13. RemoteFX delivers a consistently rich user experience to users over LAN or WAN (irrespective of deployment model) RemoteFX Corporate LAN Hardware and Software GPUs Rich multimedia USB Redirection Multi Touch WAN acceleration Internet or Single Sign On WAN
  14. 14. Powered by Windows Server 2012 Remote Desktop Services Desktop Pooled VMs Personal VMsCorporate SessionsOffice Branch Office FIREWALL 1 platform | 1 experience | 3 deployment choices Efficient Management Best Value for VDIHome Library / Coffee Rich Experience everywhere house
  15. 15. Personal VM Collection Pooled VM Collection • VMs created in bulk from gold image • VMs created in bulk from gold imageCreating VMs • A full clone of gold for each VM • A diff disk chaining to gold for each VM • Update in bulk by modifying gold image • Each VM updated individuallyUpdate / Patch • VMs are recreated as users log off • VMs queued to avoid patch storms • VMs retain identityImporting • Update / Patch disabled for collections with • Fully Supportedexisting VMs imported VMs. • Each user is automatically assigned a • User Profile Disk retains user data, settings dedicated VM at first logon • User connects to a fresh VM at each logonPersonalization • User can be local admin, e.g. install apps • VMs rollback at logoff • Practically identical to physical PC • User cannot install apps • High-end desktop for knowledge workers • Knowledge worker desktopTypical Use • Dev/test offshore development • Task worker desktopCases • Engineering workstation • Legacy app hosting
  16. 16. Key Platform CapabilitiesA B C  User disk enables personalization on pooled VMs or sessions.D E F  User data and settings are stored on a separate vhd.User Disks  Simplifies deployment of lower cost VDI (pooled VMs / Sessions)  Fairshare ensures high performance across all user VMs / Sessions  Dynamically distributes resources (bandwidth, CPU and I/O)Fair Share  Applicable to both Sessions and VMs  Direct Attached Storage, Network Attached Storage, and Clustered/SAN Storage  Configuration options to optimize for tiered storageStorage  Reduce storage cost while maximizing IOPS  Active/Active Broker  Scale-out File Server, HyperV Clustering  Up to 32 nodes and 4000 VMs per cluster with Hyper-VHighly Available  Increase density further by using RDSH (>2X compared to VMs).
  17. 17. Good Sessions Pooled VMs Personal VMsBetterBestPersonalizationApp CompatibilityImage ManagementCost Effectiveness
  18. 18. App-V 5.0 Application Virtualization & What’s New in 5.0Managing App-V 5.0 More Ways to Manage App-V 5.0Virtual Application Next Generation Dynamic Suite CompositionConnectionVirtual Application Extension Managing Virtual Application InteractionsShared Content Store Next Generation VDI Deployment
  19. 19. 2006: 2008: 2010: 2011: Now: App-V 4.6 SP2acquired App-V 4.5 App-V 4.6 App-V 4.6 SP1 Server App-V App-V 5.0  Scale  64-bit  Sequencer  Manage  Distributed  Office 2010, Workflow Server Apps deployments Windows 7  Package  Separate Accelerators Apps from  Best Practices Config
  20. 20. Integrated Platform • Virtual applications work like installed applications • Virtual applications use Windows standards • No dedicated drive letter requiredFlexible Virtualization • Multiple App-V applications can share the same virtual environment • Designed to support highly integrated applications • Preserve existing investments in App-VPowerful Management • New web-based management interface • Optimize for VDI with one management workflow • Rich PowerShell scripting allows automation and customization
  21. 21. App-V 4.6 App-V 5.0  No dedicated drive letter required  No 4GB limit  Virtual Application Extension  Share peer applications with Virtual Application Connection  Shared Content Store can be updated with normal App-V workflow  Rich PowerShell scripting for sequencer, client and server  Web-based management
  22. 22. Sequencer Similar UI from App-V 4.6 SP1 New package file formatPackage Converter Customers can carry forward existing investments Easily convert 4.5+ packages to the new format
  23. 23.  Global scope: all users on the machine  Specify Dynamic Deployment Configuration file per package on the machine  Stored when the package is added User scope: affects the user on the machine Specify Dynamic User Configuration file per user, per package on the machine Stored when the package is published
  24. 24.  Virtual subsystem overridesModifies a Package’s  Disable virtual subsystemsVirtual Environment  Scripts  Dynamic Deployment ConfigurationDynamic  Dynamic User ConfigurationConfiguration Types  Can combineNo Package Update  Modify existing package contentIs Needed  Add to an existing package
  25. 25. App-V Management Dynamic User Configuration PowerShellUser Interface Modified the Virtual Environment Browser-based  Shortcuts & Applications can be  PowerShell is available to Easily manage the lifecycle of a modified in the UI automate all the tasks you’ve virtual application  Advanced configuration can be just seen. imported directly to the console  One package, many configurations
  26. 26.  App-V Packages can be deployed in multipleNext Generation DSC Virtual Application Connection Groups  Configuration is separate from the packagesIntegrated with App-  Create and configure via Server User Interface or PowerShellV Management  Know the dependenciesServerManage in  Can use PowerShell to create and manageStandalone Mode  Applications + PluginsSupported  Applications + MiddlewareConfigurations  Applications + Applications
  27. 27. Supported Subsystems • Shortcuts Extension Point is Global Visibility • File Type Associations (FTA)registered natively • Native –to– Virtual • AppPath with Windows • Virtual –to– Virtual • URL Protocols • Software Clients • Set Program Access and Computer Defaults (SPAD) • COM Local Servers
  28. 28.  Is the interaction well defined?  Does the Virtual Application Does the OS or a native need to interact with another application need to interact Virtual Application? with the Virtual Application?Use Virtual Application Extension Use Virtual Application Connection
  29. 29.  Store applications centrally Save disk space in VDI/RDS Applications are executed on the shared store Applications can be updated per the usual process
  30. 30. App-V Packages App-V Client App-V Server Modify the Virtual Environment  Configure with Group Policy  Web-based User Interface with Dynamic Deployment  Manage with PowerShell  Manage with PowerShell Configuration or Dynamic  Standard Windows tools:  HTTP support for publishing, User Configuration PowerShell, Event Logs, ETW streaming Combine packages at runtime tracing  SMB streaming with Virtual Application  Co-exist with App-V 4.6 client Connection Expose virtual application to native using Virtual Application Extension