App-V: Current Recommended Practices for using App-V with Azure RemoteApp

In recent blogs posts, I’ve been discussing the topics of how to leverage App-V for software delivery and management to custom Azure RemoteApp images joined to a hybrid collection. I’ve discussed what is supported and demonstrated a few walk-throughs regarding image setup and targeting. While there are many particular variances for each facet of configuration,…


App-V: On Targeting Azure RemoteApp Images with the App-V Management & Publishing Server

There are two types of Collections with Azure RemoteApp: A Cloud Collection and a Hybrid Collection. App-V requires that the client must exist on domain-joined machines in order to be supported. Azure RemoteApp Custom Images can be part of a Hybrid RemoteApp collection where the images are joined to the local domain. This now entails…


App-V: More on App-V with Azure RemoteApp

Last April, we gave a little bit of information on the limited use of App-V applications with Azure RemoteApp (http://blogs.technet.com/b/gladiatormsft/archive/2015/04/29/app-v-on-app-v-applications-hosted-in-azure-remoteapp.aspx.) This piqued the curiosity of many and over the past several months, we have been validating several scenarios involving the integration of App-V with Azure RemoteApp images within hybrid collections.  As you might have heard,…


App-V: On App-V Applications Hosted in Azure RemoteApp

With the release of Azure RemoteApp, Enterprise customers can now move their non-persistent RDS session-hosted applications from the on-premises data centers into a hosted cloud – with the Azure platform providing all of the necessary image provisioning and updating services. With Azure RemoteApp, you can use gallery templates or your own custom image. In addition…


On App-V with Azure: Streaming Applications from the Cloud

In App-V in general, the Content Store (also referred to as the package source or streaming source) is the most critical in both traditional streaming (stream-to-disk) scenarios and Shared Content Store mode clients (stream-to-memory.) Traditionally, Microsoft recommends placing Content Stores as close as possible to end user devices when possible leveraging on-premise technologies such as…