Go on a tour of Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) led by Microsoft Mechanics , and see all the latest updates.

If you’re new to WVD, it’s a desktop and app virtualization service hosted in Azure, and it’s more popular than ever with the global acceleration of people working remotely. Kam VedBrat, Partner Group Program Manager for Windows Virtual Desktop, joins host Jeremy Chapman to show how they’ve been accelerating efforts to improve elasticity, simplify deployment and management, and optimize latency for customers all over the world.

QUICK LINKS:

  • 00:00 – Introduction
  • 00:17 – WVD Progress
  • 02:12 – Microsoft Teams A/V redirect
  • 03:07 – QuickStart
  • 04:07 – Service Monitoring
  • 05:49 – Policy Management
  • 07:18 – MSIX App Attach
  • 09:04 – How to Lower Costs

Microsoft Mechanics has just posted a great video about dev/test in Azure.

If you’re managing infrastructure, see how to gain more control over pre-production test environments by shifting to Azure and taking advantage of our dev/test subscription —you pay for infrastructure use only. Join Microsoft dev/test expert, Steven Murawski as he reviews great ways to get started with Azure Dev/Test.

Assess the cost of spinning up a Dev/Test environment for your organization at https://aka.ms/azuredevtestpricing

Watch a step-by-step overview with Jeff Woolsey who details the full Azure Migrate process at https://aka.ms/mechanicsazuremigrate