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Application-Streaming

Block-wise (or bit-wise) provisioning of  applications

To stream applications, an appropriate infrastructure is required. This might be a Windows 7 machine (e.g. for testing), otherwise a proper Windows Server infrastructure is needed. SWS is highly scalable - specific streaming infrastructure components can be installed on different computers.

 

This is a brief 5 minute demonstration on Symantec/connect (silent):

https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/videos/understanding-symantec-workspace-streaming

 

 The relevant software components are basically free, but in a commercial environment, clients need to pay license fees. Streaming solutions will cost slightly more than pure virtualization (no streaming).

 

 

Licensing:

With Symantec Workspace Streaming: user-based licensing, node-based licensing, simultaneous licensing and annual subscriptions are available. The user-based licensing option can be used for clients who have a relatively constant number of users. Node-based licensing is for customers who have a limited number of terminals which are accessed by a plurality of users.

Simultaneous licensing offers maximum flexibility, because each user can connect from anywhere. Annual subscriptions allow companies to acquire the streaming license once in a year.

Application-Streaming

Block-wise (or bit-wise) provisioning of applications

To stream applications, an appropriate infrastructure is required.

This might be a Windows 7 machine (e.g. for testing), otherwise a proper Windows Server infrastructure is needed.

SWS is highly scalable - specific streaming infrastructure components can be installed on different computers.