Application Virtualization comparison & reviews

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Pros
  • + Integration with App Volumes and Horizon. Next to App-V, it's the most widely used product.
  • + In box in Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 Enterprise. PowerShell driven so lends itself very well to automation. The pros of App-V 4.6 also applies here.
  • + Has the most options for deployment with MSI, portable exe, Streaming from TubroServer, Using the TurboHub or integrated with LANDesk's ESD.
  • + Some apps launch in the browser and Turbo.net plugin is also now supported macOs, iOS and Android.
  • + You can isolate the network stack
Cons
  • - Though packaging is pretty streamlined and relatively simple with a series of text files, making updates to large applications requires recompiling the .exe which can take a long time. Development was pretty slow and this was the last product to support 64-bit applications. Newer versions of Office or new Windows Operating System have limited functionality.
  • - There's a learning curve even for those with experience in App-V 4.6 due to many changes to the underlying technology. Isolation options are rigid which makes application compatibility an issue when compared to other products.
  • - Small online community. Packaging and troubleshooting with the various levels of isolation requires skill.
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Official Certification program: VUE/Prometric