Sometimes you discover thing, you did not expect…or even nobody has talked about before. One of those things is the Azure Portal Cache Background Some time ago i was at a customer implementing Azure Site Recovery. I configured ASR like i always did, but at the selection of the configured vCenter Server there was a…
Azure RemoteApp general available
Today the new service Azure RemoteApp was published for general availability. The service was available in public preview some time and is now available for production use.
Azure RemoteApp is managed and scaled by Microsoft and provides a Remote Desktop Services (f.k.a. Terminal Services) environment. You can access applications through RDP like on-premises. Clients for RDP are actually available for Windows, Mac OS X, iOS and Android. Running your Company Applications in Azure Cloud makes it more dynamic and more reliable. Users can access their applications anytime from anyplace. And still the access is secure and without further complexity. More information about Azure RemoteApp: Enterprise Mobility
You can pay your RemoteApp subscription as Pay-as-you-Go or in an Microsoft Enterprise Agreement. The pay model is per user per month. Actually there are two worker roles:
Now you can test RemoteApp…let’s start: