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App-V Decision Matrix – March 2018

App-V Decision Matrix 2018
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App-V and Packaging expert, Rory Monaghan has updated his popular App-V Decision Matrix and extended the scope to include other deployment technologies.

The original diagram is available on his website, but we offered to take his raw App-V flowchart and make it scalable for anyone who wants to print it out in a larger format.  We’ve also converted it into a slide deck and interactive decision tool which you can get a hold of below.

Download the App-V Decision Matrix.

You can download the pdf version below, and we’ll be working with Rory to keep the flowchart up-to-date.

Forthcoming changes will be to revise the Desktop Applications > Add-In or Link to include the option to create a separate shortcut or use RunVirtual and also adding a new branch to Desktop Application > Requires Network Isolation, so make sure you link to this page for the latest version.

Link to download the App-V Decision Matrix.

App-V version: 5.3
Matrix release date: March 2018

Revision history:
5.3 – Corrected reference to Cloudhouse Containers in image legend.  Does not affect PowerPoint slides or Excel decision tool.
5.2 – Added missing decision tree elements from Desktop Applications > Drivers and Add-In or Link. Corrected Middleware > Shared by virtualized and installed apps? decision flow.

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Tariq Mahmood

Tariq is the founder and director of Algiz Technology, an application and workspace virtualization services provider.

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