Watch This Space: “Pushbutton” Deployment for Windows Apps


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Today, some 74% of data center servers run on the Windows operating system. Still, the vast majority of IT organizations lack tools for automating deployment and update of .NET and Windows applications. These Windows applications tend to be enormously complex, representing hundreds or thousands of files, dependencies and configuration settings. Getting them into production and maintaining them is manual, cumbersome and massively time consuming, which negatively impacts service levels and business agility.

Because of this complexity, many IT organizations have simply ceded control to .NET development organizations, which take custody of these operational tasks in the interest of speed.

For Windows shops today, speed and control are mutually exclusive attributes.

rPath is preparing to publicly launch its solution for “pushbutton” deployment and configuration of .NET and Windows applications, allowing IT to deliver the speed business lines demand, while taking back control of these operational tasks.

As rPath gears up for its public launch, we’d like to share an early look at a short video that tells the story of how Windows IT groups can take back control.

Let us know what you think!

Republished with author's permission from original post.


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