We’re proud to have been asked and to be participating in a speaking session on Remote Desktop Services (RDS): Partner business opportunities for hosting Windows desktops and applications on Microsoft Azure.
The panel will be chaired by Microsoft’s Principal Program Manager Lead, Remote Desktop Services, Clark Nicholson.
Liquidware delivered the first object based storage profile from Microsoft Azure (and Amazon S3 and Google Cloud) in ProfileUnity v6.7.6 earlier this year and plans to deliver the hosting of FlexApp layered applications from Azure later this quarter. The technology leverages Azure API calls to host profiles and applications without the complexities and cost of a Server Message Block (SMB) storage. With its universal object-based cloud storage for Microsoft Azure and other popular cloud storage vendors, the pioneering solution frees user profiles and applications from on-prem to Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) in a manner that allows for a seamless, zero user-downtime cut-over to DaaS.
We’re honored to be invited to join this panel and I look forward to demonstrating the value that Liquidware FlexApp and ProfileUnity adds to Microsoft RDS from Azure. In addition to FlexApp layering application delivery benefits in an RDS and Azure based environment, I’ll also be demonstrating the solution and participating in audience Q&A.
Catch this panel discussion “Remote Desktop Services (RDS): Partner business opportunities hosting Windows desktops and applications on Microsoft Azure,” session code AP148B, on Wednesday, July 18, 2:30 PM-3:30 PM PST, July 18, in Room 28 – Oceanside Ballroom G of the Mandalay Bay conference center.