VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) is a technology used to create a virtualized desktop environment on a remote desktop. VDI technology enables a desktop rating system, typically Microsoft Windows or Linux-based OS to run and manage in an on-premises or cloud data center.
The virtual desktop image is delivered over a network to an endpoint device, which allows the user to interact with the operating system and its apps as if running locally. The endpoint may be a traditional PC, thin client device or a mobile device.
On a thin client system, you can use VDI clients like AWS client, etc. to get connected with the virtual desktop environment which is running at a cloud. You can also access the VDI via the browser too.