03 mai 2013

VMware Horizon View 5.2 HTML5 Access

VMware Horizon View 5.2 HTML5 Access is a new way to access your virtual desktop using the Blast protocol. Actually is not integrated in the standard Horizon View package, but you need to download the required packages from the Horizon View Feature Pack section:   In this pack is included also the Unity Touch feature to integrate more function and fast programs/documents access for mobile devices (for more info see also: VMware Horizon View Unity Touch is awesome). For system requirements and installation... [Lire la suite]
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09 avril 2013

VMware Horizon View Features Pack 1.0 – what it brings and what’s it’s good for?

VMware Horizon View Features Pack 1.0 was the missing piece of software that I recently pointed out after the Horizon View release. The features pack was missing initially when Horizon View was released few weeks back.  In fact the real name is Horizon View Features Pack 1.0 and has 2 main components: HTML Access Web Portal installer - this part installs on the View connection server and it’s this component which enables the access of virtual desktops via HTML 5 compatible browser.... [Lire la suite]
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09 avril 2013

Guacamole – HTML5 Clientless Remote Desktop

Guacamole is an HTML 5 web application which enables you to access remote desktop via browser. It’s a HTML5 Clientless Remote Desktop web application. There are no plugins or software needed on the client side and that’s the principal advantage over traditional remote access solution. Guacamole uses HTTP or HTTPS protocols only, so it’s ideal when wanting to access from the outside world protected by corporate firewall. No other ports are necessary. Guacamole supports the main versions of Linux. Distributions like... [Lire la suite]
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13 mai 2012

VMware announced View 5.1, plans to deliver seamless apps via PCoIP and full desktops via HTML5

[UPDATED MAY 4] Corrected info about how the View Storage Accelerator Works Today VMware released the details of the next version of View, called version 5.1. (They also announced thatHorizon App Manager is available for on-premises deployments and that Octopus is available in public betaform. Jack Madden covered both of these stories on ConsumerizeIT.com today.) In terms of major features, there's not a lot new for View 5.1. The main new thing is that vSphere's Content Based Read Cache is now available... [Lire la suite]
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21 mars 2012

Plongez dans la vague, elle fera moins mal

Un article sur le développement logiciel, un peu Off Topic : Plongez dans la vague, elle fera moins mal Mon article s’adresse aux développeurs Microsoft travaillant dans la veille technologique. C’est fou, plus le temps passe, et plus on comprend certaines paroles des anciens ! Le monde de l’informatique est en constante évolution, il fonctionne par cycle. Le développement n’y échappe pas, en moyenne tous les dix ans, un « gros changement » arrive. J’ai vécu malgré mon jeune âge le passage COM à .NET. Je me souviens des réactions... [Lire la suite]
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