new Windows Virtual Desktop is now available!

new Windows Virtual Desktop is now available!

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ArticlesJanuary 21, 2020Vadim VladimirskiyFounder & CEO, Nerdio

How to Troubleshoot Performance in Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) Environments – Part 2 of 5 (CPU)

For part 1 of “How to Troubleshoot Performance in WVD Environments” series, click here Part 2: CPU-based Performance Constraints   Performance issues related to CPU-based constraints are the most common and easiest to identify.  All you need to do is observe the Windows Task Manager while the problem is occurring.  The Performance tab will clearly...

VideosJanuary 09, 2020Vadim VladimirskiyFounder & CEO, Nerdio

How to Troubleshoot Performance in Windows Virtual Desktop Environments (WVD Performance Problems, Part 1 of 5)

Troubleshoot Windows Virtual Desktop Part 1 of 5

There are four likely areas that should be investigated when users report poor performance: CPU, RAM, DISK, and Network. In this video, I’ll discuss reproducible versus sporadic problems and how to rely on a handful of free monitoring and troubleshooting tools such as Task Manager, Resource Monitor, Ping, PingPlotter, Speedtest.net, Iperf, and Azure Monitor. Stay tuned for parts 2, 3, 4, and 5 for more on troubleshooting WVD environments.

ArticlesJanuary 06, 2020Vadim VladimirskiyFounder & CEO, Nerdio

How to Troubleshoot Performance in Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) Environments – Part 1 of 5

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...

VideosNovember 13, 2019Vadim VladimirskiyFounder & CEO, Nerdio

WVD vs. RDS: Which Should You Choose?

WVD vs. RDS

Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is a set of new technologies to deploy virtual desktops in the Azure. Putting desktops in the cloud has been possible for a long time and there are many services out there offering this functionality. Is WVD truly something new or more of the same from a new vendor? In this video, we will explain the four primary differences between traditional RDS (Remote Desktop Services) and the new Azure WVD.