Friday, 11 May 2007

RunAs Radio Show Number Five is now online. Richard and I speak with John Savill about application virtualization. This is not the same things as server virtualization (or virtual machines), but instead is about virtualized instances of software apps. For organizations that are distributed (more and more of us as time goes on), app virtualization is a cool things to look into. John does a great job of explaining app virtualization and gives some examples of how it works and can be leveraged.

RunAs Radio Show #5 | 5/9/2007 (36 minutes)
John Savill on Application Virtualization

John Savill is Director of Technical Infrastructure for Geniant. He is a CISSP, a Security and Messaging MCSE on Windows Server 2003, an eight-time MVP, and a Krav Maga instructor. He is also the author of Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Design and Implementation from Packt Publishing. 

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Saturday, 12 May 2007 14:06:25 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
Excellent and very interesting radio show Greg! Very timely for me as I just quit my current job for a new company which is looking into deploying "Application Virtualization"-technology with Microsoft on a large scale here in Norway...This new company is in the forefront of using this new technology in all of Europe :)

And again, thanks for your review of a couple of months ago...
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