Application virtualization (vApp) is gaining ground in IT infrastructures from many organizations. To all the advantages of desktop virtualization (VDI), adds the simplicity of providing access only to the applications users need. UDS Enterprise is fully compatible with this technology. This popular software for VDI, vApp and remote access to physical and virtual machines allows centralized and automated deployment and management of Windows and Linux virtual applications.
To facilitate the implementation of this type of Windows solutions, the UDS Enterprise team has developed a complete manual that describes step by step how to deploy and configure a Windows virtual application platform with UDS Enterprise 3.0.
Example of Windows virtual apps available on the UDS Enterprise user panel
With UDS Enterprise, the deployment and administration of Windows virtual apps are performed through Microsoft Remote Desktop Services (RDS). Users who are granted access can use them from any device, whatever their operating system.
Before starting the deployment, it is recommended to design and size the infrastructure according to each user group's requirements. It is crucial to get the performance they need and their productivity and efficiency to be boosted.
All the necessary elements are indicated in the document, and the different configurations to be carried out on the application server(s), which may be physical and/or virtual, are detailed with screenshots.
The actions that administrators must perform in the UDS Enterprise administration are also specified. The manual is completed with an illustrative access example, which shows the different methods that can be enabled for users to enter the service. You can choose between a direct connection (for LAN) or tunneled (for LAN or WAN). The latter can be done through RDS or a web browser with HTML5.
The manual is available for consultation and download in the Documentation section on our website: Windows application virtualization with UDS Enterprise 3.0.
Suppose, instead of virtual Windows applications, you are interested in virtualizing Linux apps. In that case, there is another guide that describes the entire configuration, deployment, and access process: Linux application virtualization with UDS Enterprise 3.0.
The UDS Enterprise connection broker offers the freedom to create a platform tailored to each client, combining Windows and Linux VDI and vApp, as well as remote access to physical and virtual devices in the way that best suits each project.
For any questions related to this software, you can contact our team through email@example.com.