During Project VRC phase 7 we noticed some issues with publishing by App-V 5.0 Hotfix 4. Somehow App-V was not publishing during logon which is very strange. After some troubleshooting we found the root cause and shared this with the product team. With the release of Hotfix 5 I checked if this was solved, but to my surprise it was not. Within this blog post I will explain what is causing this issue and how to solve it.
I often encounter issues with going through the large sets of performance data. Importing the large CSV files with powershell is taking very long. Therefore I created a tool called Parse Performance Data (PPD) that quickly parses large performance CSV files and creates a Microsoft Excel report in a couple of seconds. This helps to collect the interesting metrics from the file and it even creates charts for each metric that is configured.
In this blog post I will show you more about this tool.
When applying SCRUM, one of the goals of each sprint is to deliver a working product. A next step is to get this working product within the production environment. An approach could be to use continuous delivery. But what are the benefits of continuous delivery? Within this blog post I will share a couple of reasons to take a further look in continuous delivery.
A new white paper has been released by Project VRC which is all about the Impact of Microsoft App-V 5.0. This white paper contains detailed performance data which can be applied to diverse App-V infrastructures. If you are using Microsoft App-V 5.0, this white paper is a must read. In this blog post I want to explain why you should read this white paper.
When migrating to a newer operating system will the App-V publishing time be different? When publishing times are important you don’t want to be surprised with increasing times. With the release of Windows 10 Technical Preview I was wondering if there is a difference in publishing times with Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. In this blog post I will share the result I collected in this research.