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 2212 brings us the exiting new feature “Published Apps On Demand”. To utilize this new feature an RDSH Farm is required, this blog explains how you create a RDSH Farm in Horizon 8 (2212).
In my previous blogs, I talked about the various ways to install the Carbon Black sensor and how this works in a non-persistent VDI environment. So now have secured our virtual infrastructure, what to do with all the physical devices like corporate laptops and desktops? Or maybe you have a BYOD policy within your company, […]
In my previous blog post, I explained how a couple of options to install the Carbon Black sensor. If the sensor is successfully deployed, the machine will be shown on the Carbon Black Cloud Management page. But how does this work with VDI and especially in a non-persistent environment? In this blog post, I’ll explain […]
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 […]
In this final part of the JMP series I’m creating a JMP assignment. JMP assignments are, in my opinion, a great way to set up default configurations for your VDI or RDSH environment. With a few clicks you combine an Instant Clone pool with a set of applications and user environment settings for a complete […]
With the JMP infrastructure all set, the time has come to configure JMP in the Management Console. Because JMP is made to manage all components within one interface, the settings and assignment pages are integrated in the Horizon View Management Console. Start a browser session to the Horizon View Management Console. Select the JMP […]
Part three: Configuring JMP After completing the JMP setup, we now need to set up time synchronization between the JMP server and Horizon View connection servers, configure SSL for the JMP server and export the SSL certificates from App Volumes, Horizon View and Active Directory for the JMP server to establish secure connections between all […]