Cloudhouse has been picked out as the ideal solution for enterprise customers stuck with Windows 7, Server 2008 applications that they can’t migrate to AWS on the latest AWS podcast.
Digital transformation is a major area of focus for almost every enterprise. But how can it be fully achieved when critical applications are seemingly ‘stuck’ on legacy platforms unsupported by cloud vendors?
This blog explains how Cloudhouse’s software encapsulation solution uniquely helps to rapidly migrate all Windows desktop applications so that they can be deployed to both Amazon Workspaces or via Amazon AppStream 2.0 without any change to code.
Read a blog from Cloudhouse CEO Mat Clothier describing the opportunities and challenges for businesses becoming cloud optimised. Businesses with critical applications, he says, are entrenched in legacy operating systems and will be scratching their heads wondering how they migrate those applications into the cloud.
This White Paper explains how Cloudhouse Compatibility Containers bridge the gap between legacy IT and an AWS-powered public cloud future.
London, UK – February 5, 2018 – Cloudhouse, a leading provider of Compatibility Container technology, has today announced a strategic partnership with Apptimized to create a unique one-stop migration service for all applications.
Despite emergency security patches issued by Microsoft for a number of its legacy operating systems, WannaCry highlighted a major risk faced by companies running business critical applications on unsupported systems. It also showed that, without on-going support, it will become too costly, in both monetary and reputational terms, for organisations to continue running their legacy applications.
Most healthcare organisations have specialist applications that have been built to perform specific business functions; however, these legacy applications were very often developed more than 15-20 years ago and built to run on operating systems or through browsers that are no longer supported, opening up organisations to a range of potential security, technical and operational challenges.
Cloudhouse Technologies has seen over 300 per cent growth over the last 12 months, and expanded its business into the US – thanks, in part, to strategic partnerships with Microsoft and Amazon. As it looks to continue its growth and expand its global footprint, Cloudhouse has also appointed Nick Coleman as CTO.
Building on Microsoft’s MSIX foundation, Cloudhouse MSIX Enterprise Edition modernizes the behaviour of existing Enterprise applications so that they take advantage of the latest best practices for Windows applications.
We are delighted to have been chosen by leading research and analysis company, TechMarketView, as one of just eight participants in its second Great British Scaleup programme.
Over the last few months a couple of our Consultants, Ryan Smith and Tom Parkin have been creating some great videos of Cloudhouse Containers enabling desktop only applications to run on multi-user environment like XenApp; multiple versions of the same application to run on a single desktop. By Stuart Moore, Head of Product