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App v overview

  1. 1. Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack for Software AssuranceAPP-VOverview and Demonstration<br />Edmund Lim – SCCM MVP<br />Systems Management Consultant<br />Edmund@redynamics.com<br />Edmundlim6.wordpress.com<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br />Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack Overview<br />APP-V<br />Demonstration:<br />Application Virtualization (App-V)<br />Summary<br />
  3. 3. What is MDOP?<br />Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack for Software Assurance<br />6 innovative technologies that will help you simplify your desktop and application management<br />Address the common IT operational challenges faced by customers…<br />
  4. 4. MDOP Components<br />*Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization<br /><ul><li>Seamlessly manage virtual machines and its applications</li></li></ul><li>Enterprise Desktop Management Challenges<br />IT staff spends too much time and resources deploying, upgrading, supporting, and terminating applications<br />Regression testing is a major pain…<br />Application-to-Application compatibility issues<br />Version 1 and version 2 cannot run on the same machine<br />
  5. 5. PC Architecture Comparison<br />Microsoft Vision – PC Architecture (2007 + beyond) <br />Traditional PC Architecture<br />
  6. 6. The Microsoft Application Virtualization Platform<br />SMS/SCCM Management Console<br />SMS/SCCM Database<br />Microsoft <br />Application Virtualization Management Console<br />Active Directory<br />SMS/SCCM Distribution Point<br />Management Web Service<br />SMS/SCCM application delivery<br />System Center Application Virtualization Management Server<br />Microsoft <br />Application Virtualization Database<br />Windows application<br />VECD<br />Streaming<br />+<br />manifest<br />Terminal<br />server<br />System Center Application Virtualization Streaming Server<br />Microsoft <br />Application Virtualization Sequencer<br />Microsoft Application Virtualization Clients<br />Desktop<br />Virtualized application<br />VECD<br />Streaming<br />Terminal<br />server<br />MSI-wrapped virtualized application<br />Microsoft Application Virtualization Clients<br />Desktop<br />Standalone<br />Microsoft Application Virtualization Client<br />VECD<br />Terminal<br />server<br />Application delivery via MSI on CD<br />Microsoft Application Virtualization Clients<br />Desktop<br />
  7. 7. Application Virtualization (formerly SoftGrid)<br />Run applications without even installing it locally<br />Eliminate Application-to-Application Compatibility issues<br />Run same application with different versions on same PC/Terminal Server<br />Office 2000 and 2007 running together…<br />…applies to custom applications as well<br />
  8. 8. Applications will be published seamlessly…<br />Virtualized application icons will show in the desktop so users can run them (like what they’re used to).<br />But applications are never installed (no Client Footprint)!<br />
  9. 9. App-V in Action!<br />Java 1.5 for Application 2…Java 1.6 for Application 1 <br />
  10. 10. The "Application Management" Problem…<br />Users<br />Support<br />Legal<br />Executives<br />Designers<br />N+ Groups<br />Remedy<br />Clarify<br />Clearcase<br />Clearquest<br />Office XP<br />Access 97<br />Java 1.4.2_04<br />Documentum<br />Abacus Law<br />Westlaw<br />Office XP<br />Shepards<br />Java 1.3.1_02<br />Java 1.4.2_04<br />Remedy<br />Clarify<br />Documentum<br />Office XP<br />SAP<br />Java 1.4.2_04<br />AutoCAD 2004<br />AutoCAD 2002<br />Prometric<br />DesignPro<br />Visio 2003<br />Project 2003<br />Java 1.4.2_04<br />Java 1.3.1_02<br />As needed<br />
  11. 11. Desktop Sharing capability…<br />With App-V, users can now share the same desktop machine.<br />Users will only see their respective applications assigned to them.<br />Desktops will become more generic instead of user/group specific.<br />
  12. 12. summary<br />

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