One of the many challenges within the challenge of a basic application lifecycle centers on the delivery of applications to end users. The number and types of devices leveraged by end users is expanding daily and enterprises are now expected to essentially accept this change and improvise.
Guest Blog by Jack Smith, System Engineer, Liquidware Labs
The thought of application layering opens up some very interesting possibilities. The obvious is injecting applications into desktops whether that be Virtual or Physical. What is often not though of is published application servers Citrix XenApp (and RDSH), for the remainder of this article I will refer to published apps as XenApp. This same issue comes up just the same as a desktop, the scale is reduced since there is fewer server images to maintain, but the issue is still the same. How do I put applications into the OS without actually installing them into the OS thus keeping the image as clean and dynamic as possible?
Ahhh….the open road.
There really is nothing like getting out of the office and meeting face to face with with great partners, new and old peers, and of course customers. Being a small company – when the opportunity arose to join hyper-converged superstar Nutanix on its .Next 100 City Tour – we jumped as high as we could 😉 We will be at a select number of cities – and can’t wait to meet YOU.