I have written a blog post on the Login VSI website about how to measure Microsoft App-V publishing time with Login PI which can be found here. This blog post contains a detailed description how to integrate App-V publishing in a Login PI workload by using a PowerShell script. Continue reading
I’m pleased to share I received Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award.
I want to thank my friend Ment van der Plas who joined the Project VRC team for the App-V research. We created a plan during TechED 2013 in Madrid, and now can say our plan was well executed. Thank you Ment in believing in my ambitions which included presenting at Microsoft TechED.
During the European App-V User Group 2015 I presented a session about a new product called Login PI. This session was all about how to use Login PI to monitor the user experience and availability of App-V delivered applications. This presentation will be published in the upcoming weeks. In the product demo I used a script to verify if publishing has timed out. Within this blog post I will share how to check if the App-V publishing has timed out with powershell.
I had an invitation to join a session by Harry Labana about the acquisition of Immidio and how Flex+ will complete the end using computing stack of VMware. During this session the product VMware App Volumes was introduced to me and based on that session I decided to try App Volmues out. In this blog post I will share my hands-on experience.
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.