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Matt McDermott

matt.mcdermott@sqlsoft.com



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Applications

Operating System

Hardware

What it does

Creates a package of an
application

Eliminates software
install

Isolates each application

What it is good for

Resolve conflicts
between applications

Simplify application
delivery and testing

What it does

Creates a package with
a full OS

What it is good for

Resolve incompatibility
between applications
and a new OS

Run two environments
on a single PC

®

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Simplifying deployment and management of Virtual PCs

Accelerated OS upgrades
-

reducing
application incompatibility concerns

Simplified virtualization management
for IT

Intuitive user experience, no training

Future: corporate
-
managed work
environment on personal/3
rd
-
party PCs

Simplify Virtual PC image creation,
delivery and update

Centralized, policy
-
based
provisioning and management

Hide Virtual PC


users access
and see the applications


Desktop virtualization is a rapidly growing
technology. In empirical research studies,

EMA has forecast over
25
% growth in desktop
virtualization


even greater than for server
virtualization.”

Enterprise Management Associates, Inc


Andy Mann

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Desktop Virtualization overview

What are the different flavors for
virtualization?

Introducing Microsoft Enterprise Desktop
Virtualization (MEDV)

What is it good for?

Architecture

MEDV Availability and Features

The future of MEDV



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Document redirection

Offline files

Presentation

Virtualization

User State

Virtualization

Application

Virtualization

Desktop

Virtualization

Server

Virtualization

“Having one vendor for the
hypervisor, operating
system, and much of our
application software was
very appealing to us from a
support and cost
perspective.”


Bert Van
Pottelberghe
,

Sales Director,
Hostbasket

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VDI (Windows VECD


Windows Vista Enterprise
Centralized Desktop),
Terminal
Services

Microsoft
®

Enterprise Desktop Virtualization
based on

Microsoft Virtual PC 2007

Runs virtual images on a server,
and provides remote access
from any endpoint (with zero
-
touch deployment)

Server

Client

Client

Server
-
Based Virtualization

Client
-
Hosted Virtualization

Creates a local copy of the
virtual image, available to work
offline, and with no servers

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Current focus

Accelerate upgrade to Windows Vista®:


Enable legacy applications that requires (Windows XP/2000)

to run on the new OS platform


Jumpstart to future OS deployments

Future focus

Deliver a corporate
-
managed virtual desktop to unmanaged PCs


Increase manageability and usability of employee laptops


Drive business continuity and migration of new subsidiaries


Increase productivity for contractors, offshore, branch offices


Enable work
-
at
-
home and increased mobility

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Typical upgrade path to a new operating system


Upgrade the
organization

to the new OS

Migrate or replace
incompatible
applications

Test compatibility

of all applications
with the new OS

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Application
-
to
-
OS Compatibility Solution

Run legacy applications in a Windows® XP/2000 environment

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MEDV leverages Microsoft Virtual PC, to enable enterprise
deployment of local desktop virtualization


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Seamless UI integration


Web Redirection


Host to Guest Integration


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Available through Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack
(MDOP)

No change to MDOP pricing for managed desktops

No additional OS license required
(up to 4 VMs in Windows
Vista Enterprise)

v1 expected in H1 Calendar Year 2009

Register at
https://connect.microsoft.com/site/sitehome.aspx?SiteID=665


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OS:
Recommended HW:
Active
-
directory:
Image repository:
Reporting database (optional):
Scale:

Up to 5000 users for the management server

Use multiple IIS web servers or SCCM to scale the
image delivery and update processes


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Windows Vista SP1/2


32
-
bit
(2GB RAM Recommended)

Windows XP SP2/3
-

32bit
(1GB RAM Recommended)



Windows XP Pro SP2/3

Win2000 SP4


Internet Explorer 7 or 8


Internet Explorer 7 or 6 SP2


VPC 2007 SP1


E
nglish UI
(with support for other Western
-
EU OS)



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Virtual images repository and deployment


Centralized virtual images repository for image creation/testing


Standard MSI for corporate software distribution


Auto
-
install package for self deployment

(via removable media (e.g. DVD) or from a website)


Efficient image delivery and updates over LAN or WAN

(using
TrimTransfer

de
-
duplication technology based on IIS)


Centralized management and monitoring


Centralized management server to control deployed VMs


Image provisioning based on Microsoft Active
-
Directory ® users/groups


User authentication (online over SSL or offline based on local cache)


Support heterogeneous environments


Automate first
-
time virtual machine setups

(e.g. initial network setup, unique computer name, domain join)


Adjust VPC memory allocation based on available RAM on host


Centralized database for client activity and events

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Initial delivery

(using
TrimTransfer
)

Alt. I: update the “Master” image once

and deliver image differences to endpoints

Alt. II: connect to Active Directory
domain and use standard software
delivery

Easy to manage

User data and settings must be saved on the network

Standard! (use WSUS, SCCM, etc)

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Usage policy and data transfer control


Per user/group usage policies (e.g. expiration, time limits for offline
work)


Host
-
guest data transfer control (e.g. copy
-
paste, file transfer,
printing)


Automatic redirection of predefined websites (e.g. corporate
intranet)

to the virtual environment

End
-
user experience


Background VM management
-

hide the Virtual PC session from the
user, and automatically troubleshoot


“Publish” applications from VPC image to host Start Menu


Single desktop experience


applications that run in the VPC
seamlessly appear side
-
by
-
side with native applications

(including task
-
bar, tray
-
icons)


File transfer tool


share files between host and guest

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Preparing an Image for MEDV

Defining MEDV Workspace and Usage
Policies

Testing a MEDV Prepared Image

Packing a MEDV Image

Upload a MEDV Image to Image Repository

Creating a Deployment Package

Running a Workspace

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End Users Want
Freedom, Flexibility

Controlled Network
Access

Device Lockdown

Data
Security

Predictable
Configurations

Anywhere/

Anytime Access

Device Independence

Personal
Data/Applications

Flexible Configurations

IT Pros Want Control

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Increase productivity for contractors, offshore, branch offices

Enable work
-
at
-
home and increased mobility

Drive business continuity and recovery plans with virtual desktops anywhere

A laptop replacement for some audiences


users can roam with their virtual
desktop

Eliminate historic trade off between IT control and user flexibility

Enable employee
-
owned model, using a virtual corporate desktop

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OS licensing changes are expected



(for employees with corporate desktops that are licensed with SA)

Purchase a Windows Vista Enterprise Centralized
Desktop (VECD) license for $23/yr


(do not have a corporate desktop)

Purchase a Windows Vista Enterprise Centralized
Desktop (VECD) license at $110/yr


Read announcement at

http://blogs.technet.com/mdop/


Updated licensing information

http://www.microsoftvolumelicensing.com/userights/PUR.aspx


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Register MEDV v1 Beta

https://connect.microsoft.com/site/sitehome.aspx?SiteID=665

Learn about Microsoft Virtualization
http://www.microsoft.com/virtualization/products.mspx


MEDV Podcast
http://www.microsoftpost.com/microsoft
-
download/windows
-
springboard
-
series
-
microsoft
-
enterprise
-
desktop
-
virtualization
-
MEDV/


MEDV introduction video + demo
http://www.microsoft.com/virtualization/assets/media/chv/local/msh.htm


MEDV TechEd EMEA IT Pro session
http://media1.msteched.com/TechEd_EMEA_ITP_2008/CLI/CLI305/CLI305.wmv



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You can find MDOP on the Windows client site
under
Desktop Management Technologies

go to
www.windowsvista.com/optimizeddesktop

Check out Demos & Videos, Case Studies, Data
sheets & white papers

Our blog is at
blogs.technet.com/
mdop

Other MDOP information at the Windows Client
techcenter

at
technet.microsoft.com/springboard

Download our software from TechNet*, MSDN* or
the MVLS* site
(*require a subscription, no trial for AIS)