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Liquidware Demonstrated Adaptive Workspace Management Across Microsoft, VMware, and Citrix at VMworld 2019

Liquidware demonstrated the industry's only adaptive workspace management suite during VMworld this week. The company's application layering, user management, and monitoring and diagnostics solutions work across any Windows workspace deployment, thereby centralizing the management of multiple desktop environments and enabling seamless migration of users to an organization's platform of choice.

[ Watch the VMblog video interview with Jason Smith of Liquidware at VMworld 2019 ]

In the wake of announcements and blogs from VMware where Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD), Citrix, and other desktop platforms are being embraced by VMware, Liquidware's adaptive suite is ideal for organizations with mixed desktop deployments or those that are looking to migrate to an emerging solution such as Microsoft WVD.

"Being platform agnostic means Liquidware customers can embrace any desktop and workspace, whether physical, virtual or cloud-based," commented Jason E. Smith, VP Products at Liquidware. "With Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise Virtual Desktop (EVD) also being delivered on top of VMware, customers have the challenge of how best to migrate their users in a seamless fashion. This is where Liquidware comes to the rescue!"

Liquidware recently announced full support for Windows 10 Multi-Session and demonstrated its solutions on Microsoft WVD and the new Microsoft OS at VMworld.

Over 50% of Liquidware deployments are on VMware platforms and, as customer choice for workspaces and Desktop-as-a-Service abound, it is critical that organizations ensure their users experience the same level of performance whichever platform they operate on.

"With heterogeneous desktop and workspace environments becoming ever more prevalent, managing them effectively must be a critical element of any IT department's overall strategy. As Microsoft enters this burgeoning market with their Windows Virtual Desktop, it is essential that third party vendors continue to expand their support for new end user computing platforms," commented Tony Lock, Distinguished Analyst and Director of Engagement, Freeform Dynamics.

For organizations looking to embrace cloud-based desktops or workspaces, Liquidware provides the following advantages:

  • User Experience metrics and diagnostics across all Windows deployments, physical, virtual, and cloud
  • User Environment Management that stores user persistency from local profiles or FSLogix profile containers in any popular cloud including Microsoft Azure
  • Application Layering that minimizes base image management, works across all of your Windows desktops, and leverages centralized cloud storage such as Microsoft Azure, Amazon, or Google
Published Friday, August 30, 2019 9:56 AM by David Marshall
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