Eurowings enhances security, will reduce operating costs by 50+ percent with Azure Virtual Desktop
Eurowings, Lufthansa Group’s low-cost airline, serves more than 40 million customers at 100 destinations around the world.
When the company’s on-premises server farms, which provide application access and security to thousands of external and contract employees, needed upgrading, Eurowings decided to ditch its on-prem servers and embrace the cloud with Microsoft Azure Virtual Desktop.
Tim Thomer, Enterprise Architect at Eurowings explains:. “We wanted a cloud VDI solution capable of running modern authentication, and which could match our existing infrastructure in terms of security and reliability. That’s how we found Microsoft Azure Virtual Desktop.”
Read the Eurowings story of cloud adoption in this Microsoft article.