What is VDI
With VDI innovation, work area working frameworks can be facilitated on-premises servers, in the cloud, or a blend of both. At last, VDI empowers clients to remotely get to and interface with the virtual work area and applications on fringe gadgets.
One of VDI's characterizing attributes is that it is independent. This implies your organization's IT office is answerable for overseeing equipment support, overhauls, programming updates, and general upkeep.
RDS offers deployment flexibility, cost efficiency, and extensibility—all delivered through a variety of deployment options, including Windows Server 2016 for on-premises deployments, Microsoft Azure for cloud deployments, and a robust array of partner solutions.
Depending on your environment and preferences, you can set up the RDS solution for session-based virtualization, as a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), or as a combination of the two:
Session-based virtualization: Leverage the compute power of Windows Server to provide a cost-effective multi-session environment to drive your users' everyday workloads.
VDI: Leverage Windows client to provide the high performance, app compatibility, and familiarity that your users have come to expect of their Windows desktop experience.
Within these virtualization environments, you have additional flexibility in what you publish to your users