Hi, I’m Shanmugam Kulandaivel from the Remote Desktop team.
Remote Desktop Services (RDS) in Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 brought significant enhancements to the user experience, simplified RDS management and lowered the total cost of ownership. RDS in the next version of Windows Server builds on this strong foundation and adds support for the following scenarios.
As Brad Anderson outlines in his blog post on Desktop Virtualization , our vision is simple: enable customers to deliver mission critical desktop apps to their users, wherever those users are, and whatever devices they are using, in a protected and manageable way . We believe customers get maximum value from our solutions when they are able to choose how they want to deliver applications in order to best suit their business requirements and end users. To that end, we announced the preview of Microsoft Azure RemoteApp , an Azure-based service for delivering desktop applications. We also have technical architecture guides and scripts available for customers that want to run Windows Server 2012 R2 RDS and the next version of Windows Server run on Azure IaaS.
We are excited about the next version of Windows Server! Please download the bits, play with it and tell us what you think. And keep watching this space – we will blog about these new features in depth and delve in to the details.
- The Remote Desktop Team.
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