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Frame and OVHcloud's partnership brings together OVHcloud's top-notch infrastructure services, Nutanix AHV/AOS/hyperconverged infrastructure, and Frame Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solutions. The combination makes it easy and quick to set up modern infrastructure solutions when needed and use that cloud infrastructure to deliver virtual applications and desktops using Frame. OVHcloud provides customers high-performance, affordable solutions to help manage, secure, and grow infrastructure as needed without customers needing to manage the HCI infrastructure themselves.
In this blog, we will show you how Frame customers can utilize the power of both OVHcloud and AHV platform to deliver highly secure and cost effective Desktop as a Service solutions in just a few hours.
Frame is a secure cloud platform that lets customers deliver applications, desktops, and software-defined workspaces to users. We love to deliver features that provide world class security standards with focus on best practices and simplicity. Still, when we are leading a security conversation, like any other major industry vendor, we stress that security is a shared responsibility between our customers and Frame.
In this blog post, we are going to explain how we can achieve the optimal user experience and security posture in shared desktop environments. We are seeing that our customers, mostly from educational institutions, are asking this question often, since students are using shared devices (e.g., computer lab or classroom) for accessing a Frame session.
Today, we are witnessing a number of companies building or moving their infrastructure to the public cloud. In one of our previous blog posts, my colleague David Horvath explained how you can “Bring Your Own Azure Network to Frame.” With BYO Networking, the Nutanix Frame® DaaS solution provisions Frame-managed workloads in your designated Microsoft Azure® VNet. Access to the workloads in that VNet remains within your private network.
For customers who want their users to access these workloads from the Internet without a VPN, Nutanix provides the Frame Streaming Gateway Appliance (SGA), a secure reverse proxy that supports the Frame Remoting Protocol (FRP) 7 (Secure WebSocket-based) and 8 (WebRTC-based). The SGA allows you to securely grant users access to virtualized applications and/or desktops running in the Azure private VNet without a VPN.