The Magic of Compound Application Virtualization

Published: Friday, July 22 2016

I am Priya Saxena, a supermom, virtualization enthusiast and a developer by heart. I started my career 11 years ago as a passionate engineering graduate (one of those who think that they can change the world), a die-hard Linux fan (who hated Windows) and wrote lots of hacking code to play pranks on my university friends.  

But as we all do, I stepped into the corporate world, worked in three different geographies, five different industries (from OS geeky stuff, telecom, railways, banking to cloud computing), pretty much all mainstream operating systems (Win, Linux distributions, Solaris, HP-UX, IBM AIX) and platforms from massive blade servers to tiny mobile devices. 

With all this said, I’m excited to be attending the last BriForum 2016 Boston next week. My first and Brian Madden’s last (he is going on to spend time repairing pinball machines I can only assume!), I plan on shaking up the app virtualization industry – bring coffee and an open mind!   

Making “App-V, Azure and XenApp” Stronger  

In my first presentation for Cloudhouse, on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 1:50 PM, I’ll talk about my brainchild, “Compound Application Virtualization”.  This is an approach which combines the unique benefits of more than one virtualization technology – a way to combine the very finest approaches to deliver the best possible results.

During my session, I’ll define in greater detail what is Compound Application Virtualization and discuss:  

  • Cloud-based database acceleration using Machine Learning. OS Compatible App-V applications 
  • How this approach helped one UK government organization save £5 million of migration cost 
  • Why GE Healthcare and Advanced Health and Care trust Cloudhouse to deliver apps to millions of user.  

I’ll also showcase how Cloudhouse is strengthening market leaders like App-V, XenApp, Azure and why Microsoft and Citrix promote the benefits of Cloudhouse. 

If any of these issues trigger curiosity, then attend my session at BriForum in Boston, MA where you’ll not just hear about the technology, but where I’ll share live demos.  

Try it to believe it!

Visit us at Booth #202 and try our software for yourself!  We are offering 20 minute demo labs so you can see the following in action:

  • App compatibility
  • Multi-tenancy
  • App-V solutions
  • IE management
  • Citrix Ready
  • Database Acceleration, Azure

There is limited availability so be sure to book a slot soon!  Look forward to seeing you there!


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