Monitor your Azure RemoteApp environment with OpInsight – Part 3

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In the first part I explained how you can connect your Azure RemoteApp instances to Azure Operational Insights. You can find this blogpost here. In the second blogpost I showed you which OpInsight solutions are very useful looking to the management which needs to be done on the Azure RemoteApp instances when using a custom image. You can find this second blogpost here. In this third post I want to focus on monitoring the usage of your Azure RemoteApp collection. With OpInsight it’s possible to collect values from performance counters of the agents. Through this functionality we can also the actual usage of the Azure RemoteApp collection. Based on your Data Plan you can save this information for a period of time and see if the usage is increased or decreased.

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Office Support in Azure RemoteApp

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Today I was looking into the support of Microsoft Office in Azure RemoteApp. Based on my research the support was a little bit different that I had in mind. So I decided the create a small blogpost about the support of Office in Azure RemoteApp. My goal is not to republish existing information but just pointing you to this information and some remarks from my side. The RDS Product team has created a good article about the support, you can find this information here. This article describes the support of Office365 ProPlus but do not describes the support of Office 365 E3 licenses and the difference between both editions of Office 365.

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Monitor your Azure RemoteApp environment with OpInsight – Part 2

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In the first part I explained how you can connect your Azure RemoteApp instances to Azure Operational Insights. You can find this blogpost here. In this blogpost I want to show you which Solutions are very usefull and which give you a great insight in your Azure RemoteApp environment in terms of management. In a hybrid scenario it’s your own responsibility to protect and maintain your environment. OpInsight can help you with giving you insights in what actions are needed for your Azure RemoteApp environment. The following solutions will be covered by this blogpost: Malware Assessment, System Update Assessment and Change Tracking.

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Monitor your Azure RemoteApp environment with OpInsight – Part 1

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With this blogpost I want to explain how you can connect your existing Azure RemoteApp environment with Azure Operational Insights. Operational Insights is part of the Operations Management Suite and is a cloud monitoring solution which can be used to collect information from different sources. In this blogpost I want to focus on adding a Hybrid Azure RemoteApp collection to OpInsight. In coming blogposts, I will explain what Azure Operational Insights can monitor from the Azure RemoteApp environments.

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Azure RemoteApp: App-V Support Part 3

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This is the last part in the blog series about App-V support in Azure RemoteApp. In the first part I discussed the use of a standalone App-V deployment with Azure RemoteApp. The second part discussed the use of the full App-V infrastructure in combination with Azure RemoteApp. This last part will focus on deploying App-V applications through System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr). This blogpost will describe the steps needed to add your RemoteApp instances to ConfigMgr and the steps needed to deploy the App-V applications.

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