T-Plan was beginning to lose market share to web technologies that offered similar, albeit less sophisticated, services that were more easily consumed by disparate testing and development teams. They needed a proposition that could be delivered in the Cloud but that preserved their best-of-breed, consistent and structured software experience and it was imperative that the Cloud variant continued to support the testing community at a project and a corporate level.
Cloudhouse worked with T-Plan to virtualize their Test Management Suite. This removed platform dependencies and facilitated centralized application management and deployment. Cloudhouse also provisioned the mobility of, and remote access to, databases, whilst simultaneously protecting the user experience, to provide a secure, reliable and accelerated connection between T-Plan’s application and the database, regardless of database location.
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
Cloudhouse are pleased to announce support of Microsoft's new packaging format MSIX - announced as part of the Spring Creators Update. This blog covers the benefits of this new format, what it means for developers and how Cloudhouse enable IT Pros to make use of it immediately for their existing Win XP and 7 application estate. By Stu Moore, Head of Product