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  • Blog Post: Isolation and State Separation

    Isolation and State Separation are two very important concepts in the world of application virtualization, but we throw those terms around a lot without really explaining what we mean by them. I’m going to attempt to explain what those concepts mean to us and the roles they play with application virtualization...
  • Blog Post: End to End Application Packaging, Deployment and State Management using Server App-V

    This blog post will cover a portion of my MMS session (AM-B316) and will be useful if you're looking to familiarize yourself with some of the key value propositions of Server App-V. This post will allow you to: Grasp how packaging using the Server App-V Sequencer works Understand how deployment with...
  • Blog Post: Video Walkthrough of Sequencing and Deploying Pet Shop 4.0

    A lot of people are new to the packaging process using the Server Application Virtualization Sequencer. As such, we’re providing two videos on how to sequence and deploy Pet Shop 4.0. These videos will give you a good idea on how to use the Server App-V Sequencer to create a virtual application...
  • Blog Post: Welcome to Server Application Virtualization

    Easy as pie. Like taking candy from a baby. A walk in the park. Like shooting fish in a barrel. You hear those phrases all the time. But how often do you hear them applied to installing server applications in a datacenter? Sure, maybe you have some web app that’s easy to set up, but I’m...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the Server App-V Remote Application Packager

    Traditionally, packaging an application for deployment through Server App-V has involved installing your application while the Sequencer monitors its progress and packages the results. Today, we are introducing the Server App-V Remote Application Packager which allows you to package an already installed...