The UDS Enterprise connection broker is compatible with Windows Server 2019 for desktop and application virtualization. The administrators of this VDI broker can now make virtual desktops available to users with the latest version of the Microsoft operating system. They also have the possibility of deploying virtual applications hosted on Windows Server 2019 servers.
The UDS Enterprise development team has been working to incorporate the native support of this OS, so that the admins of the platform can take full advantage of the new features introduced in Windows Server 2019 in their desktop and application virtualization projects with UDS Enterprise.
The new features and functionalities of this OS include the union of local environments with Azure, additional layers of security and different tools to modernize applications and IT infrastructure in general.
The new release of Microsoft Windows joins the long list of operating systems supported by the UDS Enterprise connection broker, which allows you to deploy virtual desktops with the following OS:
Windows: Windows Server 2019, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2008, Windows 10, Windows 8 and Windows 7
Linux: Distributions based on Debian (Ubuntu, Raspbian...), Red Hat Enterprise Linux (CentOS, Fedora...) and Suse (OpenSuse)
As for application virtualization, with UDS Enterprise you can manage and deploy vApps hosted on Windows Server 2019, 2016, 2012 and Linux (distros based on Debian).
The incorporation of support for the latest versions of the most popular technologies is one of the points always included in the UDS Enterprise roadmap. The development team is responsible for keeping the desktop virtualization software constantly updated so that administrators and users can use the latest technologies and enjoy the advantages of the latest technological trends in their VDI and vApp projects with UDS Enterprise.
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