Accelerate application deployment and simplify application migration with agentless application virtualization. With VMware ThinApp™, available in VMware® Horizon™ View, VMware® Horizon™ Mirage, and VMware® Horizon™ Workspace, applications are packaged into single executables that run completely isolated from each other and the operating system for conflict-free execution on end-point devices.
- Eliminate application conflicts, reducing the need for recoding & regression testing.
- Deliver reliable and flexible application access to all user profiles.
- Eliminate the need for additional server hardware or software investments.
Extend the Life of Legacy Applications, onto New Platforms
Quickly migrate your legacy applications to Windows 7 by eliminating the need to recode, retest and recertify with application virtualization. Faster deployments with less testing means your business applications will be in production faster, minimizing downtime and reducing risks to the business.
Automatically convert silent-installed applications to ThinApp packages. And, if you've already packaged applications with ThinApp for use on XP or other versions of Windows, you can easily convert them to the ThinApp Windows 7 format with Relink.
Eliminate Installation Conflicts
Package an entire application and its settings into a single executable that can be deployed to many Windows operating environments. These virtual applications are isolated from each other and execute independently without making changes to the underlying operating system, eliminating application-to-application conflict as well as application-to-operating system conflicts.
Application virtualization encapsulates the application into a single executable .MSI or .EXE that deploysa virtual system environment, including registry keys, DLLs, third-party libraries, and frameworks without requiring any installation of agents on end point devices.
See How Much You Can Save
Using VMware ThinApp application virtualization, you can build in application isolation to ensure compatibility of your application environment throughout the application lifecycle, including through operating system environment changes. Take a test drive using the VMware ThinApp TCO calculator to see the savings you can realize throughout the lifecycle of your applications.
Package Once, Deploy Everywhere
Deploy virtualized applications in user mode, without administrative rights. No device drivers are installed and no registry changes are made because the entire application and its virtual OS are delivered as a single EXE file. Assign ThinApp packages to individual desktops or groups of using Horizon View or Horizon Mirage for streamlined application deployments to virtual desktops. Horzion Workspace can also help manage, deploy, and entitle applications to users and groups. Upgrade or roll back ThinApp applications while they’re running, without any user disruption.
Consolidate Dedicated Application Server Hardware
The one application per server model requires dedicated hardware for specific applications that cannot coexist, whether for technical reasons or concerns about data isolation. VMware ThinApp lets you eliminate these application silos to allow for better utilization of existing assets while making your applications easier to manage and deploy.
Cater to Your Mobile Workforce
On the road or in the office, give your users reliable and flexible application access on virtually any computer they have access to, including kiosk and hotel PCs. They won't need to install software or device drivers and don't need admin rights. Applications run directly from portable storage devices, including Flash drives.
Eliminate the Need for Additional Infrastructure Budget
ThinApp dynamic application delivery requires no additional servers or databases. Application packages created in .MSI or .EXE format are copied to endpoints or served from a file share. Single image executables can be integrated into your existing enterprise software delivery system or processes. Customized integrations can also be done using the ThinApp SDK or standard scripting language such as VB, C or Java.