What is Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)?
Simply put, VDI is a way of delivering OS desktops (and apps), which are remotely located in a centralized data center, to users on any device. A form of Desktop Virtualization, VDI specifically uses Virtual Machines, allowing users to either connect to the same desktop every time for a personalized experience (Persistent VDI), or be presented with a completely new, fresh desktop each time they login (Non-Persistent VDI).
The benefits of this technology come with having a centralized desktop estate: making it easier for IT to manage and update all their computing environments, whilst providing a consistent and secure point of access for end-users, anywhere and on any device.
Supported VMware technologies
We’ve integrated with VMware’s proprietary technologies to improve how you deliver apps to end-users, including VMware Horizon (allowing access to both Horizon desktops and apps through AppsAnywhere) and VMware ThinApp (application virtualization technology).
Deploy both Horizon desktops and apps from directly within AppsAnywhere, giving your users one point of access for all their software.
Isolate software from its native OS to eliminate application conflict, streamline application management and accelerate app deployment.