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Microsoft Windows 7 end of life 14th Jan 2020 – R.I.P

Peter von Oven - Founder & Chief Technology Officer The holiday season is now well and truly behind us and as we enter a new decade we are again faced with a familiar issue, the end of life of an operating system. This time it’s Windows 7 but it doesn’t seem [...]

Microsoft Windows 7 end of life 14th Jan 2020 – R.I.P2020-01-02T09:59:43+00:00

Droplet Computing launches DCA v1.2 with new features designed for the enterprise

Peter von Oven - Founder & Chief Technology Officer Software development never seems to sit still for very long. It only seems like it was yesterday that I wrote about launching v1.1 of Droplet Container App (DCA) and all the features that were included in that version. Here at Droplet Computing we take our [...]

Droplet Computing launches DCA v1.2 with new features designed for the enterprise2019-12-08T20:07:05+00:00

Integrating Droplet Computing containers with VMware App Volumes, UEM and JMP

Peter von Oven - Founder & Chief Technology Officer Following my recent work with Horizon View and Instant Clones, I decided to push things forward and see how well Droplet Computing containers could leverage and integrate with the wider suite of EUC technologies from VMware. There's quite an array of tools at the [...]

Integrating Droplet Computing containers with VMware App Volumes, UEM and JMP2019-12-06T16:26:02+00:00

Delivering Droplet Computing containers with Citrix Virtual Apps (formerly XenApp)

Michelle Laverick - Chief Technologist It's been a long, long while since I looked at anything Citrix based. It feels really odd saying that because, before VMware came along, I was a Citrix Certified Instructor (CCI) and a Citrix Certified Enterprise Admin (CCEA). I first got into Citrix on the tail end of [...]

Delivering Droplet Computing containers with Citrix Virtual Apps (formerly XenApp)2019-11-08T15:53:10+00:00

Droplet Computing containers on Amazon AppStream

Michelle Laverick - Chief Technologist Amazon WorkSpaces was a doddle to get up and running as I am very familiar with VDI and workspace concepts. I’d not touched AppStream before, so I needed a bit of primer. I found this video by Thorr Giddings to be excellent. To the point and, for someone [...]

Droplet Computing containers on Amazon AppStream2019-10-11T11:34:48+00:00

Droplet Computing containers on Amazon WorkSpaces

Michelle Laverick - Chief Technologist This week I spent time working with Amazon WorkSpaces. In case you don’t know, Amazon WorkSpaces is a managed, secure cloud desktop service. You can use Amazon WorkSpaces to provision either Windows or Linux desktops in just a few minutes and quickly scale to provide thousands of [...]

Droplet Computing containers on Amazon WorkSpaces2019-10-02T18:19:07+00:00

Droplet Computing Inception

And so it began ... Michelle Laverick - Chief Technologist Well, it’s just gone past a month since I joined Droplet Computing, and I’ve been busy, busy, busy, as well as you would expect when you start with a new company. As you might suspect, I’ve been quite “internally focused” (which sounds [...]

Droplet Computing Inception2019-09-18T14:41:53+00:00

Droplet Computing, the story so far. Ramblings from the CTO.

The Droplet Computing Chronicles - Part I For this blog I’m tweaking the job title of Chief Technology Officer, and substituting the word Technology, for the word Time. Why? Because I wanted to share some of the incredible journey the Droplet Computing team has undertaken over the last [...]

Droplet Computing, the story so far. Ramblings from the CTO.2019-06-13T18:33:26+00:00