Microsoft Desktop Virtualization Martin Vittrup Senior Technology Specialist Windows Client Microsoft Denmark 1 Dependencies Create Complexity Desktop Virtualization Starts Here Deploy Application and User State Virtualization NOW Reduce Desktop TCO User data, settings Applications Proven, immediate TCO benefits Applicable for users across all your Windows® desktops Lay the foundation for future desktop virtualization deployments: rich-client or thin-client Desktop Virtualization – What's Next? Deploy additional Desktop Virtualization technologies for specific user scenarios Increase Flexibility OS Rationalize and use where flexibility is the main driver Migration to a new Windows version Corporate resource access from unmanaged desktops MED-V and Windows XP Mode Migrate to Windows 7 now – run older productivity applications inside a Windows XP virtual machine Non IT-Managed: Use Windows 7 Pro “Windows XP Mode” IT-Managed: Use MED-V to add delivery, policy-based provisioning and centralized management for virtual Windows XP images “…when migrating from XP to Windows 7, [MED-V] is a solution that is fast, simple, cost-effective and most importantly, non-disruptive to business users” Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization Friday, March 18, 2016 7 What is Desktop Centralization ? Virtual machinebased Remote Desktops (VDI) Session-based Remote Desktops (fka Terminal Services) Centralized Desktop Options Session based Remote Desktops Pooled Virtual Machine based Personal Virtual Machine (formerly TS) Desktops (VDI) based Desktop (VDI) • Low cost image management • Easiest admin management • Least resources required • High cost image management • Easier admin management than • Administrator access (user can Personal VM Desktops • Good compatibility for legacy apps • Medium cost image managmt. install programs) • Less Resources than personal • High Resource cost • Better compatibility for legacy • Better Compatibility for legacy apps apps Mix & match options - based on end user needs Kasse Rådgiver Centralized Desktop Remote App VECD for Large scale XenDesktop Small scale OR Connection Broker Options 11 Large scale deployments: Microsoft + CITRIX technology Small scale deployments: Microsoft only technology Virtual Environments and Licensing What Virtualization Demands: Licensing Flexibility Ability to run Windows Client OS on servers Unrestricted movement of VMs across hardware platforms Value Added Value: Software Assurance Upgrade / Downgrade rights for OS Access to Enterprise editions of OS Reassignment rights after 90 days. Access to technology such as MDOP and WinFLP Support and training from Microsoft Basic Value: OEM License Pre-installed OS Bound to hardware No reassignment rights Flexibility VDI suite components Simple Licensing for Microsoft Infrastructure and Management VDI Premium Suite VDI Suite Application Delivery Desktop Delivery Management Use rights for System Center components restricted to the VDI scenario Virtualization Platform (Restricted to VDI scenario only) (Unrestricted use rights) Next Steps Empowering both workers and IT with The Optimized Desktop Vision Reduce Desktop 1. Start Here! TCO Virtualize User data, settings 2. To Control Cost Virtualize Applications Increase Business Flexibility 3. Evaluate For Some User Scenarios Virtualize desktops on PCs and in the datacenter Streamline IT Management © 2009 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. 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.