Deploying Host Pool In Azure Virtual Desktop

Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) or Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) allow users to connect from any device and access their desktop or apps from the cloud. This is similar to "Desktop as a Service," but it is hosted in the Azure cloud. Windows Virtual Desktop provides a Windows session-sharing environment that is still individualized and persistent. While this provides a Windows 7-like experience, most businesses prefer Windows 10 because of its longer-term support. It gets the most important O365 apps to your staff.

Windows Virtual Desktop is a great example of the fluid flexibility that is being adopted by businesses as part of their digital transformations. Users are not limited in any way to their usual desktop experience. Both the Windows Virtual Desktop native client application and a Windows Virtual Desktop HTML5 web client are required for access.

Step 1

Log in to the Azure portal, and in the search box, type "Azure Virtual Desktop." Then, click Create a host pool.

Step 2

Choose our Subscription and Resource group. Enter a name for the pool, and select ‘No’ for the Validation environment. Then, select Pooled on the Host pool type, select the Breadth-first Load balancing algorithm, and set the required Max session limit to 100. Then click Next: Virtual Machines.

Step 3

In the Add Azure virtual machines, select ‘No’. Click Next: Workspace.

Step 4

In the Register, a desktop app group, Select Yes. Click Create new and assign the name, and then click Next: Advanced.

Step 5

In advance, click Next: Tags and then click Review + Create.

Step 6

We have successfully created the Host Pool.

Summary

In this article, we learned how to deploy the Host pool in Azure. In our next article, we will learn how to add the Virtual Machines, and how to manage them.



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