The case of 100% Delivery via App-V
While I will admit that I thought about this possibility, I never would have written about it unless I found a customer actually doing this.
I met them in a recent training class, and here is their story.
For most companies, delivering applications as App-V virtual apps is one of many ways that they deliver applications. They might also use imaging, they might use an electronic delivery system (such as Configuration Manager, Marimba, or BigFoot), they might use application layering (UniDesk/Citrix App Layering, Cloud Volumes, or Liquidware Labs). Heck, they might even be using Group Policy or “sneakernet” to deliver apps.
If you are really into App-V, you likely first try the app with App-V and then fall back to one of the others if there is an issue. If you are self-learned on App-V then maybe you start with one of the others and fall back to App-V when that one has a problem. Let’s face it, no delivery method is foolproof for every app.
Read the entire article here, The case of 100% Delivery via App-V
Via the fine folks at FSLogix.