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  • 1. Microsoft DesktopVirtualization (App-V)Chris E. Avisblogs.technet.com/chrisavis@chrisavis
  • 2. How Can Desktop Virtualization Help?
  • 3. Desktop Virtualization
  • 4. Microsoft User State Virtualization (USV)
  • 5. Microsoft Application VirtualizationDynamically streaming software as a centrally managed service Streams applications to users Readily accessible applications Centralizes permissions Accelerate Windows deployment Never installs applications Accelerate application recovery Isolates applications Reduced application conflicts Provide real-time metering reports Minimize app-to-app compatibility testing Leverage existing PC Management investments Total Direct Cost Savings of $82/PC/year* Heidelberg App-V App-V App-V SP1 4.6 v.Next “Microsoft Application Virtualization helps us dramatically reduce packaging time, optimize application delivery and management processes, and cut the total cost of ownership for our client environment. It paid for itself in just six months.” Axel Junghans Global Client Manager Heidelberg * Microsoft App-V Cost Reduction Study, Sept. 2009
  • 6. Microsoft Application Virtualization OfferingsMultiple solutions to meet your business challenges App-V for Desktops Virtual applications run on the user machine Consolidate & standardize images Build business continuity for applications Applications can be taken offline *Microsoft Application Virtualization CAL for Desktops is available through MDOP for Software Assurance only. App-V for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) Virtual applications run on the RDS Server Enable Server Consolidation Mitigate Roaming Profile Issues for Remote Transform RDS into a dynamic system Desktop Services *Microsoft Application Virtualization CAL for Terminal Services is now included as part of the RDS CAL App-V Hosting for Desktops Available through Service Provider License Agreement Allows organization to host virtual applications on behalf of their customers Hosting for Desktops Can be used for 3rd party or LOB application delivery *Microsoft Application Virtualization for Service Providers is available and sold separately from MDOP
  • 7. App-V 4.6 Enable App-V to run on 64-bit Windows®-based desktops and servers Enable integration with Windows 7 ApplockerTM, BitLocker®, and BranchCacheTM Thirteen new languages in support of global businesses X64 Extend virtual Microsoft® Office 2010 usage via improved SharePoint integration to open, save, and edit files Find e-mail items quickly with Microsoft Outlook Fast Search Connect to your inbox using the Outlook Send To functionality Point virtual desktops to a shared cache for applications instead of streaming to each individually Reduces storage requirements on SAN by eliminating redundancy of application binaries Enable App-V to launch true 64-bit applications X64 Improved Sequencer Experience with ability to sequence true 64-bit applications Faster virtual application availability when using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2 SP2
  • 8. App-V 4.6 and Windows 7 (64-bit) App-V now runs on 64-bit Windows 7 and supports 64-bit applications
  • 9. Introducing Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6-Service Pack 1 • A simplified packaging experience Easy • Actionable diagnostic messages • Step-by-step guidance for common tasks • Application packaging is a consistent, repeatable process Predictable • Many manual processes are now performed automatically • Improved command-line scripting • Quickly transform traditional applications directly into virtual applications Fast • App-V Templates apply common settings to new App-V packaging projects • Reduced learning curve associated with the sequencing process and the recipe today
  • 10. App-V 4.6 and Windows Server 2008 R2 User connects to VDI and receives a Virtual Windows 7 Virtual Application Desktop launched within VDI Desktop Virtual Application within App-V Client 1 Windows 7 Enterprise with App-V Virtual Applications delivered via VDI App-V Virtual Applications delivered by RDS 2 Web over the Internet App-V running in Windows 7 Enterprise x64 Virtual Application launching with App-V within the Hosted Desktop
  • 11. App-V with Office 2010 Office 2007 is virtualized but can not 1 successfully interact with SharePoint. Office 2010 is virtualized and 2 seamlessly integrates with SharePoint.
  • 12. App-V and Multiple Application Versions Office 2010 Virtualized with App-V 4.6 Office 2007 Virtualized with App-V 4.6
  • 13. Application Virtualization Made Easy Stream Once. Launch local and work completely offline. No waiting for complete application install or update. No reboots. No application conflicts Preserve user settings online and offline. Automatic application and icon refresh if removed. Isolate and decouple applications from Windows to reduce conflicts. Reduce the Windows footprint by never installing applications. Reduce Windows deployment time by delivering applications virtually. Manage Windows and Applications independently but use the same toolset. Single sequencing wizard with powerful interface for customization. Simple MSI creation for quick deployment with existing software distribution systems. Simple application dependency creation. No editing or renaming. Easily view applications and their dependencies. Virtual applications supported on Windows 7.
  • 14. 3 Ways to Deploy App-V App-V Management Server App-V Management Console App-V Virtualization Client or … for Remote Hosts App-V Sequencer SCCM Site Server SCCM Distribution Server App-V Virtualization Client or … for Remote Hosts App-V Sequencer Leverage 3rd Party Software Deployment Systems No back end Server Requirements Client can work remotely
  • 15. Example of Dedicated Infrastructure
  • 16. Microsoft Application VirtualizationApplication Sequencing – The gateway to Microsoft Application Virtualization Windows Application CD Linearization Windows Virtualized Application Application Installer Optimization & Compression Unpackaging The admin has the option to stream the virtual application The Sequencer produces the or create an MSI wrapper for virtual application package Standalone Mode delivery Rapidly packages containing the application applications through active and its dependencies. watch technology including execution dependencies.
  • 17. Flexible Management Built In Server or no Server, YOU DECIDE. Secure streaming, standard streaming or no streaming, YOU DECIDE. In the box infrastructure, integrates into System Center, or use your existing software distribution product, YOU DECIDE. Desktop Virtualization or Terminal Services integration, YOU DECIDE.Complete online, offline and over the internet application usage metering.Regular, automated polling for new applications or updates. No login ormanual synchronization required.Roaming supported. Application & user preferences travel with your users.Customize offline behavior and metering to prevent non-compliant usage.Localized support in 24 languages, ready for global businesses.Troubleshoot using standard Windows methods (event log, mgmt pack).
  • 18. Flexible Management Built In Assign virtual applications to end users using Active Directory and stream to users. Update virtual applications without repackaging, disconnecting users or rebooting. Retire virtual applications quickly by removing assignment, no uninstall required. Single update process for client and infrastructure components via Microsoft Update, no application changes required. Virtual application license and usage metering included.Centralized infrastructure provides single delivery and management workflow forphysical and virtual applicationsDeploy virtual application by targeting users or machines.Automated staging & replication of applications to the enterprise, no scripting.Inventory virtual & physical applications. Determine to who & where they are deployed.Integrate virtual applications with System Center to streamline your Windowsoperating system upgrade and deployment process.
  • 19. Microsoft Application Virtualization Deployment Options Package, Deploy, Manage. Conflict free applications with manageability as the cornerstone to successful service delivery. • Reduce application conflicts • Remove application related reboots • Reduce application • Dynamic application streaming compatibility testing • Always accessible applications • Single Management Console • Single Software distribution workflow • No additional infrastructure required • Integrate Virtual applications with •Standalone execution Desktop Publishing Service •automatedDelivery Dynamic OS deployment •of virtual Delivery Dynamicapplications ••Full status and reporting of virtual Package/Active Upgrade •No server is required Package/Active Upgrade applications • No SQL Server required •MSI wrapper is Directory Requires Activethe ••Inventory and updating of virtual Allows streaming capability applications to SMS/SCCMConfiguration Manager 2007 configuration control and SQL Server R2 to be added • User or Machine targeting • Interoperable with SMS/ & 3rd party ESD SCCM & 3rd party ESD • Scalable to 100’ s of thousands of devices
  • 20. Questions??
  • 21. © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.