AppSense – Follow-me-data “Project Orca”

Written by Thomas Poppelgaard on. Posted in AppSense

AppSense CTO Harry Labana announced a new upcoming “Follow-me-data” product from AppSense “Project Orca”

The Project Orca technology has desktop clients for both Microsoft Windows and Apple OS X along with mobile clients for iOS, Android and Microsoft Windows Phone OS.  For those devices where Project Orca is not capable of providing native access, a HTML5 based web client is available taking advantages of new features of the language to provide exceptional functionality.

For further informations about “Project Orca” click here

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Riyaz

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Hi,
I am looking for some hosting control panel for Xendesktop/XenApp in a multitenant hosting environment. Is there any such solution exists?
Thanks

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Riyaz

Phil Lavers

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Thank you for the Blog. Question:- If I have x000 XenDesktop Platinum Licenses which version of XenServer is applied. I have License Server 11.12.1
I can assign ‘XenApp/XenDesktop Platinum’ license or
I can assign ‘Xenserver Standard Per-Socket (2 Required) or\
I can assign ‘Xenserver Enterprise Per-Socket (2 Required)

Based on your Blog I can see the difference between Standard and Enterprise – But what do you get if you have XenDesktop Platinum?

Thank you

Jeff Rutherford

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Thomas, given your knowledge of NVIDIA GRID and your many blog posts, you might be interested in new research commissioned by NVIDIA, VMware and Dell. According to the new survey/research conducted by IDG on behalf of NVIDIA, VMware and Dell, just under one-quarter of respondents’ organizations (24%) have deployed a virtualized graphics solution, while 19% have deployment plans in the next 1-2 years. Another 22%, while they have no firm plans, have an interest in virtualizing their workstation or graphics user environment.

The purpose of the survey and research was to better understand user experiences and challenges with demanding graphics applications in use today, in addition to deployment plans for virtualized graphics solutions.

Other findings from the survey included:

Eighty percent of respondents agreed that long cycle times to load and save large graphic data sets in virtualized environments impede productivity. Among those who agreed, more than one third (35%) reported it takes an hour or more to load or save a large graphic data set.

Less than half (42%) rate the user experience of their organizations’ graphics applications as excellent or very good. The most important potential capabilities that respondents are looking for in a graphics application include improved security/disaster recovery (69% rating critical/very important), shortened load time (67%) and graphics acceleration (63%).

You can read more about the survey here:

http://bit.ly/1GOmGGs

Jeff Rutherford, commenting on behalf of IDG, NVIDIA, VMware, and Dell

Flemming

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Let me hear your opinion of NICE DCV on Windows ?

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