The first economic benefit for infrastructure is you can have Windows 10 experience at multi-session cost. It matters to you because with today’s VDI solutions you’ll have to either go with Windows Server RDS which compromises on user experience or Windows 10 single-session which compromises on cost; but with WVD, you can get both.
Let’s take a look at a customer migration scenario here.
If you are using Windows 10 single-session on-prem today for better user experience (against Windows Server RDS deployment), WVD is the best solution for you going forward because not only it provides local like Windows 10 experience for your end users but also saves you big bucks via multi-session deployment.
Lets see why.
For a single session deployment on the left hand side, you’ll need 1 small VM per user, which usually ends up with low utilization. In comparison, for a multi-session deployment in the middle pane, you can have a larger shared VM to support multiple users so that you have higher utilization. in addition to that, since you’ll have fewer VMs, you can also expect lower operational costs. As a result, you can expect your multi-session cost to be around 1/6 of your single-session cost as seen on the right hand side. This is the key differentiation of WVD as you will find no other solution in the marketplace that supports Windows 10 multi-session.