This Session covers all the things a Azure Virtual Desktop IT admin needs to know about Disaster recovery and Business Continuity. In this session attendees about the following WVD Disaster recovery areas - Networking - Virtual Machines - Managing Identities - Shared Image Galleries - FSLogix Profile Containers - FSLogix Cloud Cache - MSIX app attach The session will start discussing the differences between Traditional Disaster recovery vs cloud VDI Disaster recovery options. We then cover the benefits of implementing disaster recovery features and functions to Windows Virtual Desktop. I then run though the core areas Networking, Virtual Machines, Managing Identities, shared image galleries, FSLogix profile containers and MSIX app attach. The session will finish off summarising what was covered as well as some hints and tips.
Ryan is a Cloud & End-User Computing technologist. A speaker, author and presenter, who has helped customers and technical communities with end-user computing solutions, ranging from small to global 30,000-user deployments in various Fields. Ryan is the owner and author of ryanmangansitblog.com which currently has over 3 million visitors and over 70+ articles on Remote Desktop Services and Azure Virtual Desktop. Ryans Awards and Contributions: • Microsoft Most valuable Professional 2021 • Fellow of the British Computer Society (Chartered Institute of IT) • VMware vExpert******* eight years running • VMware vExpert EUC 2021 • VMware vExpert Desktop hypervisor 2021 • Parallels RAS VIPP • LoginVSI Technology Advocate 2019/2020 • Technical person of the year 2017 KEMP Technologies • Parallels RAS EMEA Technical Champion 2018 • Microsoft Community Speaker • Top 50 IT Blogs 2020 – Feedspot • Top 50 Azure Blogs 2020 – Feedspot • Author of - An Introduction to MSIX App Attach - Azure Virtual Desktop Migration Guides for RDS, Citrix, and VMware - Azure Virtual Desktop Technical Handbook series - Quickstart guide to Azure Virtual Desktop - Mastering Azure Virtual Desktop
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