new Nerdio Manager for WVD — enabling IT Pros to deploy and manage WVD.

new Nerdio Manager for WVD — enabling IT Pros to deploy and manage WVD.

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ArticlesMarch 13, 2020Vadim VladimirskiyFounder & CEO, Nerdio

How to Troubleshoot Performance in Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) Environments

Troubleshooting performance issues in virtual desktop environments is challenging.  It requires a solid grasp of the deployment architecture and an understanding of how the various system components interact with each other.  Poor or inconsistent performance is the single biggest reason for an end-user to be unhappy with their virtual desktop and is by far the...

ArticlesMarch 10, 2020Vadim VladimirskiyFounder & CEO, Nerdio

Introducing Nerdio Manager for WVD: Deployment & Management of Windows Virtual Desktop for the Enterprise

Today, we’re launching the public preview of a brand-new product called Nerdio Manager for WVD.  It is an automation platform designed for Enterprise IT Professionals to deploy, manage, and autoscale Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) in Azure.  We’ve been quietly building this product for some time now and have worked with several global enterprise companies, system...

ArticlesMarch 03, 2020Christopher Jones

Nerdio’s WVD Desktop Pools Explained

Nerdio WVD desktop pools are great. They enable auto-scaling to save on costs and simplify image management with a centralized template that can be pushed out to all session host. In this article, we’ll break down the logic behind the operation of Nerdio WVD desktop pools, explain some use-cases, and discuss some terminology to be...

ArticlesFebruary 26, 2020Vadim VladimirskiyFounder & CEO, Nerdio

How to Troubleshoot Performance in Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) Environments – Part 5 of 5 (NETWORK)

In part 5 of 5, we're discussing Network-related performance issues in WVD environments. Network latency and packet loss can create a poor end-user experience.  Bandwidth, on its own, is not a likely contributor to poor performance unless the bandwidth is very constrained and that leads to latency of packet loss.  It is very important to draw the distinction between bandwidth, latency, and packet loss.  They are different, and often independent, measures of network quality and troubleshooting one when the problem is with another can lead to lots of wasted effort and erroneous conclusions.