With the looming retirement of Microsoft Azure RemoteApp (ARA) in August 2017, MyCloudIT provides a simple alternative solution and free migration services for any existing Azure customer. You can test and deploy a new solution in a few hours with just a few steps.
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Azure RemoteApp (ARA) is set to retire on August 31st. It’s time for Microsoft Partners to choose their best option for migration. There are two popular solutions to replace ARA: RDS on Azure IaaS – which can be simplified and automated via the MyCloudIT platform, and Citrix XenApp Essentials – previously known as XenApp Express. Both have received a lot of interest not only from existing ARA users but also from other customers looking for a new cloud solution.
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ERISA Partners is an expert retirement plan provider located in Nashville, TN. With 25 years of experience in the industry, the company prides itself in helping businesses and employees across the nation gain better retirement outcomes. ERISA Partners is also our first customer migrating legacy, Line-of-business (LOB) applications out of Azure RemoteApp onto Microsoft Azure’s Infrastructure-as-a-Service. Let's see how MyCloudIT has helped ERISA Partners satisfy both administrators and end-users with a more flexible and powerful solution in the Azure Cloud.
2016 is coming to a close, and the team here at MyCloudIT wanted to recap the past year by taking a look at some of our major achievements and highlights. We’ll be doing a roundup of important events and announcements that defined our year.
On August 12, Microsoft announced plans of retiring Azure RemoteApp (ARA) – a Microsoft Azure cloud service that enables end users to run any Windows applications from any Internet- accessible device of their choosing. That means Microsoft partners and customers need a seamless RemoteApp migration plan to continue their services in Azure and allow end-users to run Windows apps anywhere. With our MyCloudIT platform, you can migrate existing ARA deployments with ease.
I’m back from the Microsoft World Partners Conference, and I’m still on a bit of a high. Some exciting announcements were shared, but maybe the most exciting was hearing more about Microsoft’s increasing commitment to the cloud and mobile spaces. We clearly believe that those are the future of business computing, and it’s nice to be partnered with a company that agrees with us.