Planning to Deploy App-V
You should consider a number of different deployment configurations and prerequisites before you create your deployment plan for Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) 5.0. This section includes information that can help you gather the information that you must have to formulate a deployment plan that best meets your business requirements.
App-V 5.0 supported configurations
Describes the minimum hardware and operating system requirements for each App-V components. For information about software prerequisites that you must install before you install App-V, see App-V 5.0 Prerequisites.
App-V 5.0 capacity planning
Describes the available options for scaling your App-V 5.0 deployment.
Planning for high availability with App-V 5.0
Describes the available options for ensuring high availability of App-V 5.0 databases and services.
Planning to Deploy App-V 5.0 with an Electronic Software Distribution System
Describes the options and requirements for deploying App-V with an electronic software distribution system.
Planning for the App-V 5.0 Server deployment
Describes the planning considerations for the App-V Server components and their functions.
Planning for the App-V 5.0 Sequencer and Client deployment
Describes the planning considerations for the App-V Client and for the Sequencer software, which you use to create virtual applications and application packages.
Planning for migrating from a previous version of App-V
Describes the recommended path for migrating from previous versions of App-V, while ensuring that existing server configurations, packages and clients continue to work in your new App-V environment.
Planning for using App-V with Office
Describes the requirements for using App-V with Office and explains the supported scenarios, including information about coexisting versions of Office.
Planning to use folder redirection with App-V
Explains how folder redirection works with App-V.