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
This blog explores Evergreen IT, and answers the following questions; What is Evergreen IT? Are organisations making the move to Evergreen? What about the OS? What is Microsoft’s solution to the Evergreen OS? What is the main challenge adopting Windows as-a-service? How to enable Evergreen applications?
This is part 2 of 5 in an introductory series on Compatibility Containers: this blog Container Architecture.
An introduction to Cloudhouse Compatibility Containers: in part 1 we explore how to create Compatibility Containers
How to identify applications that are incompatible with Win 10 and App-V, using AppDNA to analyse and package into Cloudhouse Compatibility Containers, includes 5 Top Tips. By Stuart Moore, Head of Product
Cloudhouse announce support for Universal Windows Platform and Windows Store for Business; incompatible line of business applications can be packaged in Containers, converted to UWP with Desktop Converter and published to Windows 10/10 S devices. By Stu Moore, Head of Product
Learn how Citrix App Layering works, and how it can be used to manage applications and how Cloudhouse's Containers can be used to run legacy Windows XP, Server 2003 Apps and Internet Explorer 6 to 10 apps on Windows 10, Server 2012 R2 and Server 2016.
James Rankin catches up with Cloudhouse to learn about Containers.
UK-based application container provider, Cloudhouse has been named a Tech Trailblazer Awards finalist in the Virtualization Trailblazer category for their Containers for IE, Windows client and server applications.
Take incompatible apps to the latest, supported Windows, IE or XenApp. In just 3 minutes, Cloudhouse shows you how.
Cloudhouse enables Enterprise customers to migrate legacy business applications from unsupported, unsecure and non-compliant operating systems to the latest supported operating systems and clouds.