VMware released the extended service branch last year. For those of you not familiar with it, I’ve published a previous article on it so please check it out.
User environment Manager 9.7 is the latest release of the environment management tool. It seems more of a maintenance release, with the usual fixes and only one main update
VMware releases are coming think and fast this month. App Volumes 2.16 is the latest release of their app layering technology. The release contains a few new updates and the usual security patches and bug fixes.
This week saw the release of VMware Horizon 7.8. If you’re wondering what’s included, i’ve gathered a few links which should help. VMware are trying really hard to close the feature gap between the old Flash admin console and the new HTML5 console and seem to have been great progress with this release. Hopefully it won’t be too long before we see the end of the Flash gui.
Last week saw the release of a new version of Unified Access Gateway.
Depending on which age group you fall into, your end user experience at your workplace will have undergone several transformations. From pen and paper to typewriters and then to desktop computers to give just a few examples.
Late last year myself and a colleague Matt Evans at VMware did an assessment of some of the desktop repurposing options out there. The idea wasn’t to choose a winner, just to assess what’s out there and present the capabilities.
For those not aware, desktop repurposing is the process of turning traditional windows endpoints into easy to manage and more secure endpoints such as Linux for example. These can then all be centrally managed and can connect to virtualised desktops and applications products such as VMware Horizon.
Here is a video of the output from the project