Deploy Azure Virtual Desktop for beginners
- A basic knowledge and understanding of Azure networking and virtual machines.
Deploy Azure Virtual Desktop using Real-World-Hands-on Training in less than 35 minutes from scratch.
Set up Azure Virtual Desktop (formerly Windows Virtual Desktop) in minutes to enable secure remote work. Provide the familiarity and compatibility of Windows 11 with the new scalable multi-session experience for your end users and save costs by using existing eligible Windows licenses. Manage your end-to-end Azure Virtual Desktop deployment alongside other Azure services within the Azure portal.
here are no additional license costs—Azure Virtual Desktop can be used with your existing eligible Microsoft 365 or Windows per-user license.
Reduce infrastructure costs by right-sizing virtual machines (VMs) and shutting them down when not in use. Increase utilization of VMs with Windows 10 and Windows 11 multi-session. Avoid upfront costs and align operational expenses to business usage.
Reduce management overhead by moving all your virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to the cloud with a managed service.
The Azure portal is your management hub for Azure Virtual Desktop. Configure network settings, add users, deploy desktop apps, and enable security with a few clicks. Set up automated scaling and manage your images efficiently with Azure Shared Image Gallery. Focus on your desktop apps and policies while Azure manages the rest.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner Azure support engineers who want to learn how to deploy Azure Virtual desktops
Welcome my name is Ryan O’Connell and I have been doing IT for many years. I hold certifications with Microsoft, Citrix, EC-Council, Veeam, Amazon AWS, Apple, Cisco are just to name a few. I hope to share my my knowledge with the community and also encourage future IT newbies in the field.
I have created this site so many IT pros like myself can share the love , passion of IT. I hope you fun during your time here.
I have designed small and large networks , been an IT trainer, and more during my journey into IT which started way back with windows 3.1.