Windows Virtual Desktop extent the possibilities of End-User-Computing in the Microsoft Azure cloud. There are many ways to manage the desktops and handle the application life-cycle. One straightforward way of doing that is by using free community solutions and modern software distribution technologies. Let's start managing WVD like a pro with WVDAdmin, a bunch of automatisms and the Windows Package Manager
Marcel Meurer is responsible for the professional IT services business unit at sepago GmbH in Cologne. In this role, he leads a team of consultants who provide their expertise in Microsoft and Citrix Technologies for customers and partners. His technical focuses are Microsoft Azure platform services and he is a Microsoft Azure MVP since 2016. He started his IT career in the early 1990s with first contacts to personal computers (and before that with the Commodore 64). Assembler and hardware-related programming were in his focus – the IoT of the 90s. In the year 1995 he started studying electrical engineering. During his studies, machine learning and neural networks were one of his favorite topics. In addition to his studies, he worked for a small computer company in Aachen, where he provided operating systems and applications with automated methods on many computers. Marcel Meurer graduated as an engineer in electrical engineering from the University of Applied Science Aachen.
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