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Next-Generation Desktop Strategy Windows Optimised Desktop. Keith Baker Client Virtualisation Specialist Microsoft Limited. How do I manage costs? . How do I take advantage of virtualisation ? . Planning to move to Windows 7 ? Migration isn’t the only consideration today.

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next generation desktop strategy windows optimised desktop

Next-Generation Desktop StrategyWindows Optimised Desktop

Keith Baker

Client Virtualisation Specialist

Microsoft Limited

planning to move to windows 7 migration isn t the only consideration today

How do I manage costs?

How do I take advantageof virtualisation?

Planning to move to Windows 7 ?Migration isn’t the only consideration today

How do I keep mydata safe andapplications secure?

Should we go withRich Clients orThin Clients?

Should employeesbring their ownPCs for work?

Should I embracecloud services?

How do I keepmy mobile users productive?

the need for a desktop strategy the desktop is more than just an operating system
The Need for a Desktop Strategy The desktop is more than just an Operating System

Data & User Settings Considerations

  • Application Considerations

Primary Desktop Challenge:

PC Components are bound together, making hardware & software difficult & expensive to replace

  • Solution:
  • Remove the hard wired dependencies and consider the layers independently

Data & Settings

  • Hardware Considerations

Applications

OS

Will consumer devices be allowed on your network?

How will you support mobile devices?

Hardware

How will users access data from different PCs?

How will you provide data security on all devices?

Is data searchable across PCs, local networks & the cloud?

Do you know how many applications you have?

How will you manage the application lifecycle?

How will you manage the hardware lifecycle?

How will you provide access from anywhere?

  • Operating System Considerations

How will you handle migration?

How many images will you need to maintain?

How can users get to their environment from other PCs?

where will applications and data reside
Where Will Applications and Data Reside

Flexibility to choose what is right for your business and your users

On-Premise

Local

Cloud

desktop strategy does yours address these capabilities
Desktop StrategyDoes yours address these capabilities?

Essential capabilities for your organisation

  • Corporate PCs
  • Portable devices
  • Data and applications
  • Offline mobile user productivity
  • Application management
  • Physical and virtual desktop management
  • Data management
  • Disaster recovery
  • Helpdesk tools

Security and data protection

Anywhere access for users

Business continuity

End-to-end management

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Delivering on the Essential CapabilitiesSupporting ultimate flexibility with Windows 7, Desktop Virtualisation, and System Center

On portable drives

BitLocker To Go

On the PC

BitLocker

  • Security and data protection
  • Anywhere access for users

Applications

Application Virtualisation

Data & User Settings

User State Virtualisation

Protecting Local Systems

AppLocker

Online & Offline

Data & Applications stored locally

  • Business Continuity
  • End-to-end management

Helpdesk Tools & Disaster Recovery

Desktop Error Monitoring, Diagnostic & Recovery Toolset

System Center

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Server Hosted Desktops with VDISupporting Always-Connected Workers with Virtual Desktop Infrastructure suites, Windows 7 & MDOP
  • Security & Compliance
  • Access When Connected

User data is secured within the datacenterWindows 7 Folder Redirection, Microsoft Application Virtualisation

Access personal desktops from any connected device, including thin clients

Microsoft VDI Suites

  • Business Continuity

Mitigate the Impact of System Failures and Unexpected Events Problem Steps Recorder, System Center

  • Centralised Management

Manage Physical & Virtual Desktops with System Center

choosing the right technology for your business
Choosing the Right Technology for Your Business
  • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
  • Desktop Virtualisation for Rich Client

Application Virtualisation

Folder Redirection

Roaming User Profiles

MED-V

Windows Server Hyper-V

Microsoft VDI Suite

Application Virtualisation

  • Benefits

Online and offline or slow connections

Local processing power for rich applications

Low TCO

Leverages existing infrastructure investments

Access from any network-connected device

Access can be revoked at any time

Desktops secured in the datacenter

  • Best For

Task workers who do not requirelocal processing power

Always-connected workers

Contractors/regulated workers forwhom local data is prohibited

Mobile workers

Workers in remote offices

High-End knowledge workers needing rich performance

Workers moving between offices

desktop optimisation
How does Desktop Optimisation relate to what we do today

Where do the technologies we will hear about in detail later fit

Desktop Optimisation
traditional desktop design
Traditional Desktop Design

Monolithic

  • Advantages
  • Quick installation times
  • Minimal Infrastructure
  • Fast skills acquisition
  • Well known approach

Dynamic Delivery

User

Applications

  • Disadvantages
  • High propensity for change
  • High testing overhead
  • Does not scale easily
  • Inflexible
  • Technology drove decisions

Office

Image

Core Utilities

O/S

application virtualisation
Application Virtualisation

Applications

Data & Settings

App-V Client

Applications

OS

OS

Hardware

modular desktop design
Modular Desktop Design
  • Advantages:
  • Reduced costs through automation and management
  • Flexible
  • Manageable
  • Testing overhead reduced
  • Focus on Business As Usual needs
  • Single package
  • Same model applies to both physical and virtual environments

Dynamic Delivery

Image

driving separation of the layers
Driving separation of the layers

Focus: Reducing Costs

User State Virtualisation

Isolate and centralise user data & state

Application Virtualisation

Isolate and centralise applications management & deployment

User Data

and settings

Focus: Increasing Flexibility

Local Desktop Virtualisation

Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Microsoft Enterprise

Desktop Virtualisation

Microsoft Remote Desktop Services

Applications

Remote Desktop Virtualisation

Hardware

OS

Single HAL Independent Image

Dynamic Driver Injection and Configuration

Traditional Client Computing

focus on business needs delivery model dictated by requirements
Focus on business needsDelivery model dictated by requirements

Access from home

Contract

Mobile

Office

Task

the optimised desktop

Match technologies with the business

needs of your people

The OptimisedDesktop

Desktop Scenarios

VDI Scenarios

Mobile

Replaceable PC

flexibility, easy to migrate users

Working from home

security , emergency access

Home – on

Non-company PC

Application Virtualisation

VDI

Bitlocker Drive Encryption

Folder Redirection

Windows Server 2008

Remote Desktop Services Gateway

Task

Extending PC life

security, low cost, carbon–neutral

Contract/ Offshore

Hosted Image

security, right apps and data

Windows Fundamentalsfor Legacy PCs

VDI

Windows Fundamentalsfor Legacy PCs

Remote Desktop Services

(Desktop)

Office

Hot-desking

flexibility, compliance, free seating

ApplicationVirtualisation

Remote Desktop Services

(LOB Application)

Folder Redirection

vdi architecture vm delivery
VDI Architecture: VM Delivery
  • Static
  • (“Persistent”)
  • Virtual Desktops
vdi architecture vm delivery1
VDI Architecture: VM Delivery
  • Dynamic
  • (“Non-Persistent”)
  • Virtual Desktops

User State Virtualisation

Application Virtualisation

Application

Presentation Virtualisation

rds architecture shared session virtualisation
RDS Architecture: Shared Session Virtualisation
  • Single RDS Instance
  • Of Operating System

User State Virtualisation

Application Virtualisation

Application

Presentation Virtualisation

virtual desktop comparison
Virtual Desktop Comparison
  • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
  • Remote Desktop Services
windows optimised desktop client server security and management flexibility
Windows Optimised DesktopClient, server, security, and management flexibility

Data & Settings

  • Client Infrastructure
  • Server Infrastructure
  • Management Infrastructure

Applications

OS

Deployment – application management – PC monitoring – IT process and compliance – security management

Active directory – group policy – networking – server-based client virtualisation

Comprehensive Management Tools

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