Sequencing PetShop 4

  As a follow up to Emre’s article on how to create packages using the Server App-V Sequencer, we are providing step by step instructions on how to sequence and deploy PetShop 4. This is especially useful if you are new to the whole concept of virtualization and specifically Server App-V and we hope you…

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Creating Virtual Application Packages with Microsoft Server Application Virtualization Sequencer

Server App-V’s very own Emre Kanlikilicer recently posted a great introductory article on creating packages using the Server App-V Sequencer: Microsoft SCVMM 2012 can manage Microsoft Server Application Virtualization (Server App-V) packages. In this blog post, we are going to explain what a Server App-V package means and how we can create Server App-V packages…

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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. I will dive pretty…

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What types of applications should I virtualize with Server Application Virtualization?

Server App-V, a core feature of SCVMM 2012, was created with one purpose in mind: making deployment and management of datacenter applications dramatically simpler. Server App-V provides a predictable, repeatable and consistent deployment/management experience. Take your application, create an image of it using the Server App-V Sequencer, copy the image to your target machine and…

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So, what *is* “Server App-V”, anyway?

Look there, in the sky! It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! No, it’s Server App-V – and, if everything that’s being said about it is true, it’s going to make your applications fly in the clouds!   There has been a lot written about Server App-V and what it will do for you – especially…

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