App-V Book Published and Sample Chapter Available for Download
My book “Getting Started with Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6” has been finally published by Packt and the pre-order waiting game is over :)
This App-V book is available in the following stores and in the following links:
Also, as a preview of this book, you can download a sample chapter for free!
This chapter provides a complete overview and detailed procedure for using Dynamic Suite Composition in App-V 4.6. A complete explanation about DSC and how these virtual dependencies are being handled by App-V, naming also some considerations and restrictions about its implementation.
App-V Book Overview
As a quick overview of the book, here are some of the topics this book will provide:
- Understand App-V components and its architecture.
- Explore the new and important features of App-V 4.6.
- Set up App-V Management and Streaming Servers to facilitate the centralized management of applications.
- Install App-V Sequencer, Desktop Client, and Remote Desktop Services (Terminal Services) Client to set up the entire environment for application virtualization deployment.
- Prepare and configure different models and implementations of App-V.
- Sequence and publish simple applications, as well as highly complex applications such as Microsoft Office 2010.
- Understand and implement Dynamic Suite Composition (DSC) for interconnected virtual applications.
- Integrate App-V with System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to optimize the infrastructure.
- Secure the App-V Environment to ensure safe communication between the server and the clients.
- Install and configure App-V for Remote Desktop Services (Terminal Services) to simplify application deployment and integration.
For more information, check this previous post of mine.
More News Coming Soon
I’m hoping that within the following weeks I’ll giveaway one App-V book (paperback version) among blog readers, so stay tuned!
Also, I would like to share some special thanks included in this book but definitely worthwhile to mention them in this post: