Virtual Desktops provide a desktop computing experiences from cloud-based infrastructure. These can support multiple sessions (many users using the same compute resource) or be dedicated to a specific user.
An Image management component can be used to create the desktop experience for specific user roles, bringing together standard applications and tools. The Virtual Desktop component is responsible for:
- Delivery of a desktop experience to users.
- A reliable and secure process for updating apps and desktops.
- Persisting user settings and data between sessions.
We are currently evaluating new cloud resources which support this architectural component and will be updating this page as we confirm working practises and management processes.
Cloudmarque workload components use a service locator pattern to identify the services they provide and specify dependencies. This component provides and relies on the following services:
- Virtual Desktop Services do not provide any capabilities which are leveraged by other cloud resources.
- Logging - A logging service is required as a target for network alerts.
- Networks - Provides connectivity for each desktop host.
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