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From BriForum Denver in June 2015. A look at latest practices for Sequencing in App-V.

Presenter:

This video is led by Tim  with Patrick Mangan.  It was recorded in 2015 at the BriForum conference in Denver, Colorado, USA.

#3 Rated Session at the conference!

In this 75 minute video, you will see the latest in techniques for sequencing troublesome apps in App-V.   

Description:

Recorded LIVE at the BriForum Conference in Denver in June 2015.

Everyone can agree that the worst part of delivering desktops is the apps. In this session, Tim shows you the latest techniques to prepare and analyze apps virtualized using Microsoft App-V augmented by free tools. When you learn to use these techniques, you will be able to spot apps requiring re-sequencing due to issues not raised by the sequencer, find out when special deployment options (such as publishing to computer accounts) are needed, understand app extension limitations, and know when apps require testing in connection groups due to the existence of browser or office limitations are present. To become an app whisperer, you must learn:

  • Recommended practices for virtual app sequencing
  • How to detect common cross-app interactions
  • New tools necessary to detect issues affecting virtual apps

Session Takeaway: Walk away with a better understanding of app virtualization and apply the techniques you’ve learned right away.

Pre-requisites: None. Just click image.
Length: 75 minutes.
System Requirements: Browser
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From BriForum Denver in July 2015. A look at all the ways App-V 5 lauchces applications.

Presenter: This video is led by Tim  and Patrick Mangan.  It was recorded in 2015 at the BriForum conference in Denver, Colorado, USA.

In this 75 minute video, we  show the details on the seven different ways that a process can get virtualized by App-V.   

The session also provides great insights into what these extensions actually are, how they work, and how to detect their presence in a package.
Description:

With Microsoft App-V 5.0, there are four different ways that processes become detected and virtualized. This is very different than 4.x, which used a launcher program to start virtual environments. In this session, Tim dives deep into the mechanisms in play to start virtual environments. He covers the new 5.0 SP3 options for Connection Groups (including recommended practices), RunVirtual, and Dynamic Virtualization (JitV). You will leave with a thorough understanding of the differences between these four techniques, and when and how to use each. Fair warning: bring your own aspirin as this will be a deep dive. You will learn:

  • Deep detail on App-V virtualization technology
  • New features in App-V 5.0 SP3 for Connection Groups
  • New features in App-V 5.0 SP3 for RunVirtual

Session Takeaway: Learn how to get plug-ins to work under App-V.

Pre-requisites: None. Just click image.
Length: 75 minutes.
System Requirements: Browser
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From BriForum London in May2014. A deep look at debugging in an App-V Environment.

Presenter: This video is led by Tim  and Patrick Mangan.  It was recorded in 2014 at the BriForum conference in London, UK.

In this 75 minute video, we  show the results of analysis of how different kinds of application contents, especially the extension integration points, affect the publishing performance in App-V.   
 
Description:

Recorded LIVE at the BriForum Conference in London in May 2014.

This session is a deep dive through the various techniques to debug Microsoft App-V packages, as well as situations involving other products that add registry and file system filter mode drivers (such as AppSense, Res, and other user profile products). The overall theme of the session is focused on a series of techniques for debugging difficult virtual app interactions conveyed through a combination of explanations, demos, and examples of debugged issues. In this session you will learn a recommended debugging workflow for App-V, some tools you probably are not using today, and some new techniques to using tools you probably already use. Along the way, you will also learn internal details about how Windows and the App-V client operate. And maybe a side story or two.

Attendees will learn:
• How products with filter-mode drivers work and interact 
• A new way to use ProcMon 
• Workflow and process of app and layering troubleshooting

Pre-requisites: None. Just click image.
Length: 75 minutes.
System Requirements: Browser
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From BriForum Boston in July 2014. A look at App-V Performance.

Presenter: This video is led by Tim  and Patrick Mangan.  It was recorded in 2014 at the BriForum conference in Boston, MA, USA.

In this 75 minute video, we  show the results of analysis of how different kinds of application contents, especially the extension integration points, affect the publishing performance in App-V.   

The session also provides great insights into what these extensions actually are, how they work, and how to detect their presence in a package.
Description:

Recorded LIVE at the BriForum Conference in Boston in July 2014, this video dives into some of App-V 5 extension types and their impact on performance. The link on the right will take you to the BrianMadden website, which is hosting the content.

Pre-requisites: None. Just click image.
Length: 75 minutes.
System Requirements: Browser
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From BriForum Chicago in July 2012. A very early look at what changes in App-V 5.

Presenter: This video is led by Tim Mangan, founder of TMurgent Technologies.  It was recorded in 2012 at the BriForum conference in London, UK.

In this 75 minute video, Tim provides an overview of some of the ways that Microsoft uses caching to improve performance in the Windows Operating System.

The session provides a small glimpse of what is in his book Windows System Performance Through Caching" which was released shortly after the presentation. The book is available from the books section of this website.
Description:

Recorded LIVE at the BriForum Conference in London England in May 2012, this video walks through the windows boot process, and includes some demonstration. The link below will take you to the BrianMadden website, which is hosting the content.

Pre-requisites: None. Just click image below.
Length: 75 minutes.
System Requirements: Browser
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