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Outlook Performance in Non-Persistent Environments Using FSLogix's Office 365 Containers
An Independent Remote End-User Experience Performance Benchmark. Published on: http://www.rdsgurus.com/outlook-performance-in-non-persistentenvironments-using-fslogixs-office-365-containers
RDS Gurus decided to run performance tests on Outlook in non-persistent environments using FSLogix’s Office 365 Container solution. The purpose was to illustrate the user experience of remote desktop users working in a Remote Desktop Services environment configured to use FSLogix Office 365 Containers relative to the typical user experience when using native RDS User Profile Disk technology. Their primary focus was to measure how performance degrades when multiple users are simultaneously working with Outlook (“noisy neighbor effect”).
OneDrive for Business Performance in Non-Persistent Environments Using FSLogix's Office 365 Containe
An Independent Remote End-User Experience Performance Benchmark. Published on: http://www.rdsgurus.com/onedrive-for-business-performance-in-nonpersistent-environments-using-fslogixs-office-365-containers/
This whitepaper addresses the issue described in Microsoft’s knowledge base article “OneDrive for Business sync app isn’t supported for client sessions that are hosted on Windows 2008 Terminal Services or Windows 2012 Remote Desktop Services (RDS)“, published at https://support.microsoft.com/enus/kb/2965687. This is also true for RDS running on Windows Server 2016. To gain access to OneDrive for Business files, the officially supported solution for Remote Desktop users is to utilize a web browser. But most remote desktop users want to be able to use OneDrive for Business like they do on local Windows desktops.
Enabling the Journey to Automation – Delivering VMs & Apps in Minutes Not Weeks
With the move toward digital transformation, many organizations are looking to achieve business agility by speeding the delivery of infrastructure and application services. While the move toward automating provisioning workflows may seem like an obvious step for IT, many are reluctant to make big changes without understanding the impact.
With the move toward digital transformation, many organizations are looking to achieve business agility by speeding the delivery of infrastructure and application services. While the move toward automating provisioning workflows may seem like an obvious step for IT, many are reluctant to make big changes without understanding the impact. In this e-book, you will learn how to:
  • Manage workloads and operations across multiple clouds
  • Support container services that accelerate application development
  • Manage the lifecycle management operations for infrastructure and applications post-provision
  • “Lift, containerize and shift” existing legacy applications to containers and reap the benefits of agility and application portability