Top 5 Planet V12N blog posts for week 46

Edwin FriesenVMware ThinApp goes CLOUD with it’s newly released version 4.7.0! – VMware ThinApp simplifies application delivery by isolating applications from the underlying operating system and plugging directly into existing virtual and physical desktop management tools and infrastructure. VMware ThinApp encapsulates applications inside a Virtual OS that transparently merges a virtual system environment with the real system environment.

William LamUnattended Deployment of vCloud Director Virtual Appliance – VMware just released vCloud Director 1.5 as a virtual appliance for the first time. This virtual appliance is not meant to be used in a production environment, but to help users easily deploy and evaluate vCloud Director. There is also an updated vCloud Director Evaluators Guide that goes along with the new vCD appliance that was released today which you should also check out.

Eric SloofUnderstanding VMware Horizon Application Manager – VMware Horizon Application Manager is a hosted service that enables organizations to centrally manage the provisioning, access and usage of cloud, software-as-a-service (SaaS) and ThinApp-virtualized Windows applications. This solution enables IT departments to extend on-premises Active Directory identities to the public cloud, simplifying the security of application access.

Kevin KellingWhat Really Is Cloud Computing? (Triple-A Cloud) – What is cloud computing?  Ask a consumer, CIO, and salesman and you’ll likely get widely varying responses.The consumer will typically think of the cloud as a hosted service, such as Apple’s iCloud, or uploading pictures to Photobucket, and scores more of like services (just keep in mind that several such services existed before it became fashionable to slap the “cloud” label on them).

Vladan SegetThe first connection to a desktop pool – The last post of this miniseries will show you the installation of VMware View Client software on my laptop and connection to the first available desktop which we configured in the previous lessons.  I want to say once again, this series of articles is really not a complete how-to guide on VMware View. There are some design trainings from VMware Education or there are also more in-depth VMware View DVD learning course available from TrainSignal.


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