VMware App Volumes 3.0 Doing UEM – Deep Dive
VMware released app volumes a while ago, today I thought it was time to do a deep dive and see what they created. Strangely we now have two app volumes versions, the 2.5 and the 3.0 version. Customers on version 2.10 are not advised to go to 3.0, which is odd as everyone was expecting a new version that would be the successor of the 2.10 version. Customers can’t upgrade the appstacks to the 3.0 version so they would need to rebuild.
Anyway we have the 3.0 version running in our lab and today Sven and me went in to sniff around outside the obvious appstacks. So the installation is done, sure you figured that one out already and it’s all up and running.
Let’s first talk about the agent, it’s pretty important in the case I’m building here… case? yes hold on, I’m building up towards so things I wonder about. The agent is a unified agent that combines app volumes, UEM and vRops. So one agent for three products, life can’t get sweet nog can it 🙂
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via Rob Beekmans.net