Welcome and congratulations on taking the first steps toward creating an Azure Practice.
The articles below are designed to guide you through the provisioning process, post-provisioning configuration, data migration, unique use case setups, and some troubleshooting techniques to employ with your cloud environment.
- Provisioning Best Practice & Prerequisites
- Configuring Your New Environment
- Unique Cases & Information Link
In setting you up for success, you must read and understand the following 3 articles. Having a working understanding of this content is essential for your overall deployment success. Once you've consumed the 3 articles, you'll be ready to proceed to the fourth article which covers the provisioning process.
Provisioning is straight forward - There are a few things to keep in mind before getting started. The article below walks you through best practices and prerequisites that must be considered.
The configuration stage can be broken down into manageable chunks. This next article will walk you through the First 7 Things to configure in your new environment. These are essential and in sequential order. Paying close attention to the steps in this article is important to ensure a successful deployment.
Data migration is a critical piece of every deployment. Nerdio makes this simple with it's Data Mirroring tool. As long as you have a VPN connection setup between Azure and the data source, a data mirroring job makes the data migration process simple and easy.
The following articles walk you through unique environment configurations that may be necessary for some deployments.
- Pursuing a Hybrid AD solution? Please contact support to discuss the details.
- Adding additional Subnets or modifying existing Firewall rules.
- Connect a Third-Party Firewall
- Making Bulk User Changes - Such as password updates, WVD pool assignment, license adjustments, etc.
- Setting up a standard Site-to-Site VPN that supports IKEv2 or one that supports IKEv1 (Ex: common with Meraki devices)
Due to the relative newness of WVD, the global archives (a.k.a. Google) have minimal information around troubleshooting a WVD environment. The below articles explain some good techniques for troubleshooting, along with best practices for optimizing performance.