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Unifying Windows Client and Microsoft Desktop Virtualization Deployments with Workspace Automation<br />Bob Janssen and Je...
Microsoft OS and App Delivery Options2001<br />Terminal Services<br />Rich Client<br />J<br />
Microsoft OS and App Delivery Options 2011<br />Remote Desktop Services<br />App-V<br />MED-V<br />Rich Client<br />VDI<br...
The User Profile Barrier<br />Local Desktop Profiles vs. Remote Desktop Profiles<br />V1 User Profiles (XP) vs. V2 User Pr...
Breaking Through the Profile Barrier<br />Zero Profile Technology<br />Stores User Settings independently per application<...
Breaking Through theProfile Barrier<br />demo <br />
Storage of User Settings in Windows Azure Cloud<br />announcing<br />
Client Computing Architectural OptionsGartner<br />Key Findings<br />“The traditional choice of thick-client versus thin-c...
The Reality of OS and App Delivery <br />App and OS delivery technologies increase the<br /><ul><li>Agility and productivi...
Complexity of infrastructure management</li></ul>No single delivery solution covers all use cases<br />All SBC architectur...
The Reality of OS and App Delivery <br />“Hybrid Desktop” is emerging<br />Many organizations are combining delivery appro...
Desktop Optimization Model<br />4 Service Centric<br /><ul><li>Dynamic Desktops</li></ul>3 Context Centric<br /><ul><li>Ra...
System Center and MDOP deliver the building blocks of the Dynamic Desktop<br />Simplified Windows Client deployment<br />M...
Going the Distance with App-V<br />Smart App-V integration<br />Injects just-in-time customization and configuration<br />...
Going the Distance withApp-V integration<br />demo <br />
What’s Missing?  Workspace Automation<br />What is it?<br />The unique value provided by RES Software’s Dynamic Desktop St...
What’s Missing?  Workspace Automation<br />How does it complement your System Center infrastructure and deliver value to y...
Leveraging SCCM Software Distribution<br />Extend System Center Configuration Manager 2007 with<br />Pro-active and ad-hoc...
Leveraging SCCM Software Distribution<br />Service<br />Catalog<br />User Workspace<br />RunBooks<br />System Center Confi...
Leveraging System Center Configuration ManagerSoftware Distribution<br />demo <br />
Multi-year strategic commitment to the System Center family of products<br />announcing<br />
Multi-year strategic commitment<br />System Center Operation Manager<br />Costing / Chargeback Manager<br />Workspace<br /...
Next Stop:<br />MED-V<br />Rich Client<br />App-V<br />VDI<br />Remote Desktop Services<br />J<br />
Next Stop: The Dynamic Desktop<br />demo <br />
Making the Desktop Dynamic<br />Breaking Through the Profile Barrier<br />Going the Distance with App-V integration<br />L...
Thank You!<br />Come visit us at booth #415<br />J<br />
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Unifying Windows Client and Microsoft Desktop Virtualization Deployments with Workspace Automation

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  2. 2. Unifying Windows Client and Microsoft Desktop Virtualization Deployments with Workspace Automation<br />Bob Janssen and Jeff Fisher<br />RES Software<br />
  3. 3. Microsoft OS and App Delivery Options2001<br />Terminal Services<br />Rich Client<br />J<br />
  4. 4. Microsoft OS and App Delivery Options 2011<br />Remote Desktop Services<br />App-V<br />MED-V<br />Rich Client<br />VDI<br />J<br />
  5. 5. The User Profile Barrier<br />Local Desktop Profiles vs. Remote Desktop Profiles<br />V1 User Profiles (XP) vs. V2 User Profiles (Windows 7)<br />Virtualized applications vs. installed applications<br />User Profiles are:<br />Monolithic<br />Session based<br />Not versioned<br />J<br />
  6. 6. Breaking Through the Profile Barrier<br />Zero Profile Technology<br />Stores User Settings independently per application<br />Applies User Settings just in time<br />Rolls back User Settings on demand<br />Supports virtualized, remote and installed applications<br />Works side by side with existing User Profiles<br />For Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008<br />
  7. 7. Breaking Through theProfile Barrier<br />demo <br />
  8. 8. Storage of User Settings in Windows Azure Cloud<br />announcing<br />
  9. 9. Client Computing Architectural OptionsGartner<br />Key Findings<br />“The traditional choice of thick-client versus thin-client computing is being augmented by virtualization and streaming technology. Applications can reside centrally but still run locally, and the thick-client computing environments used for local execution can be hosted or streamed.”<br />Recommendations<br />“Ensure that you understand how each architecture integrates with existing management infrastructure, as failure to do so will increase management complexity and cost.”<br />Source: “Choosing From 10 Client Computing Architectural Options”, Brian Gammage, February 2010<br />J<br />
  10. 10. The Reality of OS and App Delivery <br />App and OS delivery technologies increase the<br /><ul><li>Agility and productivity of end users
  11. 11. Complexity of infrastructure management</li></ul>No single delivery solution covers all use cases<br />All SBC architectures involve some sort of compromise<br />Not all applications can be virtualized (either locally or remotely)<br />The proverbial “Year of VDI” that never comes<br />The rich PC is still the dominant endpoint architecture<br />Windows Client market share as of 3/15/11 = 89.69%*<br />*NetMarketShare<br />J<br />
  12. 12. The Reality of OS and App Delivery <br />“Hybrid Desktop” is emerging<br />Many organizations are combining delivery approaches to satisfy the increasingly complex requirements of their end-users<br />Management and security models are disparate<br />Each delivery mechanism is independently managed and secured<br />Management and security approach for thick-clients and traditionally installed apps doesn’t map well to virtualized delivery models and vice versa (time of deployment vs. time of access)<br />User experience is fragmented<br />Desktop resources and personalization are inconsistent across the different delivery models, which impacts end-user productivity<br />J<br />
  13. 13. Desktop Optimization Model<br />4 Service Centric<br /><ul><li>Dynamic Desktops</li></ul>3 Context Centric<br /><ul><li>Rationalized Desktops</li></ul>2 User Centric<br /><ul><li>Standardized Desktops</li></ul>1 Device Centric<br /><ul><li>Basic Desktops</li></li></ul><li>IT Consumerization and Dynamic Desktops<br />Service<br />Catalog<br />User Workspace<br />Business<br />IT<br />RunBooks<br />
  14. 14. System Center and MDOP deliver the building blocks of the Dynamic Desktop<br />Simplified Windows Client deployment<br />Management of hosted, virtual environments<br />Adaptive application delivery<br />Endpoint security management<br />Configuration compliance<br />Client infrastructure monitoring<br />Remote PC diagnostics and repair<br />J<br />
  15. 15. Going the Distance with App-V<br />Smart App-V integration<br />Injects just-in-time customization and configuration<br />Applies and captures user settings in the bubble<br />Offers App-V applications based on context<br />Tracks and reports actual usage of App-V applications<br />
  16. 16. Going the Distance withApp-V integration<br />demo <br />
  17. 17. What’s Missing? Workspace Automation<br />What is it?<br />The unique value provided by RES Software’s Dynamic Desktop Studio<br />Combination of technologies that sits above the various Microsoft delivery architectures and which unifies both IT management and the end-user experience across all approaches<br />Extremely lightweight infrastructure requirements<br />End-users - secure environment for requesting, consuming and personalizing apps and services<br />IT – layer of control for enabling access to, configuring and securing apps and services <br />Workspace<br />Workspace Automation<br />Core management of<br />OS and application footprint<br />J<br />
  18. 18. What’s Missing? Workspace Automation<br />How does it complement your System Center infrastructure and deliver value to your users?<br />Adds integrated profile and personalization automation to System Center<br />Consolidates application settings across all Microsoft delivery architectures<br />End-users get a consistent, personalized and secure workspace that roams with them regardless of device or delivery approach<br />End-users - secure environment for requesting, consuming and personalizing apps and services<br />IT – layer of control for enabling access to, configuring and securing apps and services <br />Workspace<br />Workspace Automation<br />Core management of<br />OS and application footprint<br />J<br />
  19. 19. Leveraging SCCM Software Distribution<br />Extend System Center Configuration Manager 2007 with<br />Pro-active and ad-hoc software distribution<br />Just-in-time customization and configuration of apps<br />Your own company app store (with self servicing)<br />Easy delegation of control<br />Actual application usage tracking and reporting<br />
  20. 20. Leveraging SCCM Software Distribution<br />Service<br />Catalog<br />User Workspace<br />RunBooks<br />System Center Configuration Manager<br />
  21. 21. Leveraging System Center Configuration ManagerSoftware Distribution<br />demo <br />
  22. 22. Multi-year strategic commitment to the System Center family of products<br />announcing<br />
  23. 23. Multi-year strategic commitment<br />System Center Operation Manager<br />Costing / Chargeback Manager<br />Workspace<br />Manager<br />Service<br />Orchestration Manager<br />Automation Manager<br />WDS<br />Opalis<br />System Center Configuration Manager<br />System Center Virtual Machine Manager<br />System Center Service Manager<br />
  24. 24. Next Stop:<br />MED-V<br />Rich Client<br />App-V<br />VDI<br />Remote Desktop Services<br />J<br />
  25. 25. Next Stop: The Dynamic Desktop<br />demo <br />
  26. 26. Making the Desktop Dynamic<br />Breaking Through the Profile Barrier<br />Going the Distance with App-V integration<br />Leveraging SCCM Software Distribution<br />Next Stop: The Dynamic Desktop<br />MED-V<br />Rich Client<br />App-V<br />VDI<br />Remote Desktop Services<br />
  27. 27. Thank You!<br />Come visit us at booth #415<br />J<br />
  28. 28. © 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.<br />The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.<br />

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