Adobe Creative Cloud Hosting
GPU enabled virtual desktops with Adobe Creative Cloud for creative professionals.
Adobe Creative Cloud is one of the most comprehensive and widely used suites of creative apps and services with solutions for creative, design, and marketing professionals, among others. The collection of 20+ apps can be used for a wide range of applications in graphic designing, video editing, web development, and photography, to creating, collaborating, and distributing print, video, and online content.
Adobe Creative Cloud applications are now supported on virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). Apps4Rent is one of the pioneers to test and deploy Adobe Creative Cloud workflows in virtualized and server-based environments. We can host Adobe Creative Cloud using Microsoft and Citrix virtualization solutions such as Windows Virtual Desktop and Citrix Virtual Desktop. Our cloud architects are available 24/7 via phone, chat, and email for hosting assistance.
Why Host Adobe Creative Cloud On Virtual Desktop?
Superlative User Experience
Most physical devices are configured to perform a wide range of tasks and cannot be modified significantly. Virtual desktops can be configured to improve the performance of computing and graphics workloads for optimal user experience.
Consistent Application Performance
Adobe Creative Cloud applications can be installed on multiple devices. However, the performance of the applications can vary widely depending on the configuration. Creative Cloud hosting can eliminate performance inconsistencies.
Physical computers and servers with GPUs are expensive to procure and manage. Deploying Adobe Creative Cloud on VDI infrastructure allows for the sharing of GPU with multiple vGPU profiles for better resource utilization.
Simple User Deployment
There are several licensing options for Adobe products. However, the named user deployments simplify licensing. Instead of using serial numbers for licensing, users simply have to log in to their dedicated VMs to activate the software.
Why Azure For Adobe Creative Cloud Hosting?
Improved Data Security
Hosting Adobe Creative Cloud on Azure creates an environment with corporate-controlled security boundaries. IT departments can control access to sensitive data, implement policies, and enforce MFA in Azure Active Directory.
Unlike other hosting protocols that pixel-stream virtual desktop sessions, Azure Windows Virtual Desktop provides application-level publishing. The existing host OS and hardware can be used to provide apps and resources to end-users.
Many Adobe Creative Cloud applications are latency-sensitive, and the physical distance to datacenters can play a role. Azure simplifies cross-region data replication. This not only improves collaboration between distributed teams, but also ensures high-availability.
Multiple Storage Mechanisms
Azure provides diverse storage mechanisms for different types of workflows. With options such as Azure Blob, Azure Disk, and Azure File storage, enterprises can architect their own storage solution by combining the options based on their requirements.
Why Apps4Rent for Adobe Creative Cloud Hosting?
Fully Managed Hosting
Apps4Rent Adobe Creative Cloud hosting solution is a fully managed service. Our engineers handle everything starting with infrastructure right-sizing to the monitoring and management of cloud workloads and deliver a complete lifecycle approach.
Apps4Rent performs critical services, such as consolidation, workload leveling, upgrades, and maintenance that are necessary for infrastructure management for Creative Cloud hosting with minimal disruption or downtime.
Proven Hosting Experience
Apps4Rent has served over 10,000 businesses and several thousand end-users in over 90 countries in its 18+ years of hosting history. We are pioneers in providing managed Adobe Creative Cloud hosting services.
Extended Technical Support
Adobe provides limited support on Creative Cloud products in virtualized environments on a best-effort basis. Apps4Rent engineers provide 24/7 live support via phone, chat, and email with an SLA of 15 mins for first response.