Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Application Virtualization: Powerful Delivery or Problematic Distraction?


Virtualizing applications is on track to become the standard for automating desktop management. With virtualized apps, new software requests can become self-service installations, and uninstalling software only requires deleting a few files. Applications no longer have to impact (or corrupt) the configuration of the machines they’re installed to.

So why aren’t more people using app virtualization?
Platforms such as Microsoft® App-V, Citrix® XenApp, VMware® ThinApp, and Symantec® SWV have traditionally required a time-consuming repackaging process called “sequencing.” However, new automation solutions can now streamline – and greatly automate – this otherwise costly activity.
Join the webcast where our experts will explain the role of sequencing automation in app virtualization. Challenges include:
  • Which of my applications are best suited to a hosted, virtual or cloud deployment?
  • What tools are required to test, remediate and convert my applications for the new target system(s)?
  • Which challenges could cause pain for me?
With good sequencing tools and a few best practices, we’ll show you how you can enjoy powerful delivery in a once problematic desktop management activity.

Webcast Presenters:
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Greg Lambert, co-founder, ChangeBASE (now part of Dell): Greg has considerable experience with application-packaging technology and its deployment. Before setting up ChangeBASE, Lambert worked primarily in the financial services sector, delivering application projects for many leading banks and financial institutions.
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Greg Shields, senior partner and principal technologist, Concentrated Technology: Greg is a contributing editor for “TechNet Magazine” and “Redmond Magazine,” and a series editor for Realtime Publishers. A sought-after and top-ranked speaker, Shields is a regular at prominent conferences such as TechMentor, Tech Ed, VMworld, and others. He is a multiple recipient of Microsoft’s “Most Valuable Professional” award and has received the VMware vExpert award.

1 comment:

Propalms said...

One of the thing that i believe in is the change and i am surethe application virtualization is the huge powerful step towards the Virtual-World.