In my previous blogs I’ve explained how you can use the new Published Apps on Demand feature in App Volumes, and consume the applications through either a Horizon RDSH farm or VDI desktop pool using the Horizon Client. In this blog, I’m going a step further and integrate the Horizon Published Apps with my Workspace […]
What if I told you, you don’t need an RDSH farm to run Published Apps on Demand, but you can do it directly from a VDI desktop pool?
In Horizon version 2212, Published Apps on-demand are GA. In this blog I’m going through the steps that are required to configure this new feature in the Horizon Management console and test a brand new On-demand Published App.
In this blog, I’ll guide you through the steps of creating an on-demand package(s) in App Volumes.
App Volumes 4, version 2006 is now GA! Version 2006? Yes, starting with this release, App Volumes 4 is now versioned using the YYMM format to align with Horizon and Microsoft Windows. Will the previous X.Y.Z semantic version be gone then? No, version 2006 will also be known as version 4.1.0. as you install the […]
I recently got asked a couple of times how to replicate or mirror writable volumes across multiple pods. Because the VMware documentation is lacking this information I decided to write a small blog post about it. First of all, writable volumes are not designed to be used on multiple datastores. A writable volume is an […]
After I upgraded my App Volumes environment to version 4, I decided to test out the VMware fling that was released at the same time as the product. The App Volumes Migration Utility allows you to migrate your AppStacks created by App Volumes 2.18 to the new AppStack format of App Volumes 4. Because VMware […]
As you might have seen, VMware released a brand new version of App Volumes. VMware introduces SAM (Simplified Application Management) into the product to redesign the whole process of Life Cycle Management. Surly that’s not the only update, so let’s take a look at the release notes to see what App Volumes 4 can offer […]
By default VMware App Volumes uses its own self signed certificate. In this blog I’ll show you how to replace this certificate with a self signed certificate from your own Certificate Authority. First of all, you need to have a (Enterprise) Certificate Authority in your environment. I’ve used this blog to set it up in […]