As we participate in Citrix Synergy today, we’re excited to announce that Citrix Cloud is coming to Azure Government! Specifically, this means that the management plane for Citrix Cloud XenApp and XenDesktop service will soon be available on Azure Government, enabling customers to use these innovative services to provide secure remote access to employees with the world-class security and broad compliance coverage of Microsoft’s government-only cloud.
We’re excited to announce that NV-Series virtual machines are now generally available in US Gov Virginia. NV-Series is designed to support visualization scenarios which enables customers to use NVIDIA® Tesla® M60 GPUs and NVIDIA® GRID in Azure for desktop accelerated applications and virtual desktops.
We challenged our Azure Government DC user community to share 12-minute demos at last month’s Meetup, Cloud DemoPalooza – Azure Gov Style, to showcase cool tech to help accelerate your cloud implementation. If you weren’t able to join us in person,
Today, at the Microsoft Government Tech Summit, we announced that Frame is available in Azure Government. Frame enables our customers to deploy a secure Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) capability without the high cost of on-premises Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI); and Frame Government Edition enhances that capability with the ability to deploy to the government cloud with the leading number of security accreditations – Microsoft Azure Government.
In this episode of the Microsoft Azure Government video series, Steve Downs, senior program manager, Microsoft Azure Government, sits down with Jose Padin, sales engineering director, US Public Sector, Citrix to discuss Citrix’s Secure Digital Workspace capabilities available in Azure Government.
In this episode of the Azure Government video series, Steve Downs sits down with Dave Reber from Frame to discuss the Frame platform for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). Frame is a Microsoft VDI partner focused providing a great user experience for remote applications hosted in Azure Government.
In this episode of the Azure Government video series, Steve Michelotti sits down with Steve Downs from the Azure Government Engineering team to discuss Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) on Azure Government. What is VDI? How is it different from traditional Remote Desktop?
In October, we announced that Citrix Cloud included the ability to provision non-persistent user workspaces into Azure Government and today I’m pleased to share that Citrix’s traditional on-premises XenApp and XenDesktop products also includes that capability – with the release of XenApp/XenDesktop 7.16.
Many of our state, local, and federal customers have asked us to help move their Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) users into Azure Government. Windows 10 in the Marketplace, plus Managed Disks, simplifies your ability to deploy VDI solutions within Azure Government and Citrix provides several options to help you deliver user workloads from the cloud.
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