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Solution Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Jul 01 2015

What do you think of VMware User Environment Manager?

I was talking to my colleague Sven Huisman this morning and the discussion got to App Volumes and VMware UEM. We both are running some PoC's right now and are experiencing some rather interesting facts about both products. There is one feature that I experienced before that I thought should be shared with you out there. It's something they need to work on, it's fairly simple but if it's not implemented in UEM soon, the combination with App volumes is rather useless. Let me explain myself... UEM UEM is implemented to control what application a user will see in his/her desktop, this among other user profile controlling features is the core business of UEM. App Volumes App volumes is implemented to stop the image sprawl so you don't need 10 VDI golden images…

What is VMware User Environment Manager?

User Environment Manager simplifies end-user profile management by providing organizations with a single, lightweight and scalable solution that leverages existing infrastructure. Utilizing the Horizon Cloud Manager, this focused, powerful and scalable solution is engineered to deliver workplace productivity while driving down the cost of day-to-day desktop support and operations.
VMware User Environment Manager customers
German Utilities Company