Application virtualization: Ending DLL hell once and for all

In this Webcast, authors Nelson and Danielle Ruest look at the myths and realities surrounding application virtualization, with details on what the technology means to Microsoft apps such as Windows Installer, as well as Terminal Services.

 
In this webcast, authors Nelson and Danielle Ruest look at the myths and realities surrounding application virtualization, with details on what the technology means to Microsoft apps such as Windows Installer, as well as Terminal Services. Key topics that will be covered include the ins and outs of application virtualization, common application issues and fixes, plus recommendations and ROI.

Today's businesses require more applications operating together seamlessly, but over time these systems have evolved into more complex and fragile environments. Software deployments have become increasingly expensive, support intensive and time consuming. Application virtualization helps to simplify the deployment cycle by eliminating regression testing and solving integration problems. Learn how to avoid wasted time on regression testing, end-user support and downtime.

Think of all the issues IT shops run into when installing and managing desktop applications. Application virtualization technology can counter those issues, but first you must have a good understanding of the technology.

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This was first published in February 2008
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