Virtualaze launches its new Linux based Application Launcher and Virtualaze security Workspace

The new Virtualaze Unify App Launcher and Unify security Workspace for Linux gives users the most cost effective and simplest way to access remote virtual hosted applications and virtual Windows Desktops deployed and delivered by your administrator.
Virtulaze Application Launcher for Linux
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NUREMBERG, Germany - May 25, 2018 - PRLog -- Over the last 12 months, Virtualaze have been showing-casing our web-windows vision for a world beyond virtual Windows Apps and Windows Desktops and how we intend to hand-hold organizations along their digital transformation journey.
The Virtualaze Web-Windows vision is to simplify and fuel the digital transformation revolution by removing technological barriers between the digital and physical realms. With the Virtualaze Application Launcher and secure Workspace for Linux, our vision becomes reality.

Install in minutes

The Virtualaze Application Launcher and secure Workspace for Linux can be installed in minutes so you can connect your Debian based Linux computer securely and easily to any virtual Windows Applications and/or Windows Desktops via 'secure Virtualaze instances' from your Windows Server (RDSH) or your Windows Desktop operating system (VDI).
Logging in made simple

The retail build of the standard Unify Virtualaze Application Launcher for Linux generates logs and sends them via the Virtualaze Application login system. This feature helps administrators to troubleshoot and (where there are complex issues) enables them identify issues by using the detailed automated logs. This log-output is collected by every Virtualaze Application Server and managed by the administrators Deployment Center tool.


The following will are compatible: Thin Client devices with x86 and x64 architectures, repurposed PCs, Tablets or Laptops with supported Linux distributions e.g. Ubuntu 14, 16, 18 and MINT derivatives.

Virtualaze Application Launcher ready

Virtualaze Application Launcher for Linux provides a secure connection to authorized Apps, Windows Desktop(s) and data, even with multi-clustered Virtualaze Application Servers on-premise or in the Cloud. The Virtualaze Application Launcher for Linux enhances the implementation for Workspace plug-ins, which enables support for the secure Virtualaze RAP (Remote Application Protocol) stack.

The Virtualaze Linux based Application Launcher will be officially downloadable available from 1st of June 2018. The software is cost-free and part of the Virtualaze Unify product and licensing.

About Virtualaze

Virtualaze is a German 'high-end' Web-Windows, Application Server Virtualization IT-Infrastructure Software Platform Development Company. With hundreds of man-years software development expertise our aim is to simplify the deliver, cost and management of the global virtualization phenomenon. In addition to new hardware there are millions of legacy computer devices world-wide all capable of delivering a Linux based Application Launcher. By adopting Virtualaze, these devices can give the user unique access to the most powerful Windows Apps and Windows Desktops. They will also benefit from the latest server-side Data and Security protocols available. By mobilizing Virtualaze we will all help towards saving money and the environment by delivering a technology that extends the life-cycle of computer hardware whilst reducing the reliance on new hardware devices. The new Virtualaze Application Launcher Access Client and security Desktop can be downloaded from the Virtualaze homepage.

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