Take your business applications to the latest, supported and secure Citrix Virtual Apps and Citrix Cloud

Are application compatibility issues are forcing you to run business-critical applications on Citrix XenApp 4.5, or 5.0? Are you worried about XenApp 6.5 End-of-Life, or been forced to deploy applications on VDI when you really wanted to use Citrix Virtual Apps? Then you should try Cloudhouse Compatibility Containers!

Cloudhouse is Citrix Ready

Citrix Ready video shows how you can rescue your business applications from legacy operating systems, and versions of XenApp, and run them on the latest supported, and secure versions of Windows and Citrix.

By retiring unsupported Citrix environments, you can slash the costs of application delivery, improve user experience and prepare applications to run in the Cloud.

Our Compatibility Containers, formerly known as Applications Anywhere and verified as Citrix Ready, resolves deployment incompatibilities so that any application with hard-coded dependencies on 32-bit platforms or legacy IE can easily be migrated to run on supported versions of Citrix and Windows Server, and on Internet Explorer 11.  With no source code changes or redevelopment of the application software required, Cloudhouse wraps everything the app requires into our unique container and transports it - no matter how old, how complex or who developed it - to the latest, supported Citrix environments. 

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Run multiple instances of Skype for Business concurrently

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Videos of Cloudhouse in action

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

5 Top Tips for packaging incompatible apps with AppDNA and Cloudhouse

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