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Take your skills in delivering applications to virtual desktops to the next level

Learning VMware App Volumes

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Take your skills in delivering applications to virtual desktops to the next level

  • Video Duration:8 Hours
  • Cost: $ 124.99

Course Details

App Volumes provide a virtualized, real-time application delivery engine for the virtual desktop infrastructure and is designed to enable VDI deployments to ensure greater flexibility, agility, and cost-reduction.

This video starts with an overview of the architecture and components used to design an optimized solution. You will then learn how to install and configure App Volumes for different use cases such as VMware View Integration, using VMware Thin App, Citrix Xen App, and more. Throughout the course, we provide hints, tips, and tricks as well as best practices. By the end of the video, you will have built a working App Volumes environment and acquired the skills to build and run a production environment.

Who all can attend

This course is designed for administrators and IT teams who would like to take full advantage of App Volumes to deal with application workloads. It will also be useful for virtualization professionals and teams who are working on VDI deployments and VMware end-user computing solutions.

What you will learn from this course

  • Architectural and Feature Overview of App Volumes
  • Build Application Layering
  • Designing a successful VDI deployment
  • Work with App Stacks and Writeable Volumes
  • Add App Stack delivery mechanism into Horizon View
  • Deliver App Stacks in Citrix Xen Desktop and Citrix Xen App
  • Configuring your App Volumes deployment

Course Content

  1. Building and Configuring the Example Lab Environment
    • The Course Overview
    • Introducing the Lab Architecture
    • Installing the vSphere Infrastructure
    • Installing and Configuring Windows Servers/Desktops
    • Configuring Active Directory
    • Downloading the VMware App Volumes Software

  2. Introduction to VMware App Volumes
    • An Overview of Application Layering
    • What Is App Volumes and How Does It Work?
    • App Volumes, Mirage, or ThinApp?
    • App Volumes Use Cases

  3. Architectural and Feature Overview
    • App Volumes Components
    • App Volumes Architecture
    • The AppStack Delivery Process: How It Works

  4. Designing and Building an App Volumes Environment
    • Phase 1 – Project Definition
    • Phase 2 – Proving the Technology
    • Designing and Deploying Best Practice
    • Integration with Horizon View
    • Storage Considerations

  5. Installing and Configuring App Volumes
    • Installing the App Volumes Manager
    • App Volumes Manager Initial Configuration Tasks
    • App Volumes Agent Installation

  6. Creating and Managing AppStacks
    • Creating an AppStack for Notepad++
    • Creating MS Office AppStacks
    • Assigning AppStacks to End Users
    • Editing AppStacks
    • Updating AppStacks
    • Deleting AppStacks
    • Un-Assigning AppStacks
    • Importing AppStacks
    • Rescanning AppStacks

  7. Creating and Managing Writable Volumes
    • Creating a Writable Volume
    • Importing a Writable Volume
    • Updating a Writable Volume
    • Rescanning Writable Volumes
    • Editing Writable Volumes
    • Disabling Writable Volumes
    • Deleting Writable Volumes

  8. App Volumes Integration with VMware Horizon View
    • Building a VDI Desktop Image for App Volumes
    • Creating and Entitling a Horizon View Desktop Pool
    • Entitling an End User to an AppStack
    • Logging In to the Virtual Desktop

  9. Deploying App Volumes in an MS RemoteApp Environment
    • Installing the RDSH Role and App Volumes Agent
    • Provisioning an AppStack for RDSH
    • Assigning the AppStack to a RemoteApp Server
    • Configuring Applications for Publishing
    • Launching a RemoteApp AppStack Application

  10. Deploying App Volumes in a Citrix XenApp Environment
    • Installing the RDSH Role and App Volumes Agent
    • Provisioning an AppStack for RDSH
    • Installing the VDA on the RDSH Server
    • Assigning an AppStack for XenApp
    • Creating a Machine Catalog
    • Creating a Delivery Group
    • Launching a XenApp AppStack Application

  11. Deploying App Volumes in a Horizon View Hosted Apps Environment
    • Installing the RDSH Role and App Volumes Agent
    • Provisioning an AppStack for RDSH
    • Installing the Horizon Agent on the RDSH Server
    • Installing the App Volumes Agent and Assigning an AppStack
    • Configuring Applications for Publishing
    • Configuring a Horizon View Application Farm
    • Configuring a Horizon View App Pool and User Entitlement
    • Launching a View Hosted App AppStack Application

  12. Deploying App Volumes in a Citrix XenDesktop Environment
    • Building a XenDesktop Virtual Desktop OS Image
    • Creating a Machine Catalog
    • Creating a Delivery Group
    • Assigning an AppStack to an End User
    • Logging in to the XenDesktop Virtual Desktop

  13. Advanced Configuration Options
    • Customizing AppStack Templates
    • Customizing Writable Volumes
    • Storage Groups
    • Deploying VHD-Based AppStacks
    • Upgrading to a New Version of App Volumes

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Instructor-led online training is also available for the same course.

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