Microsoft’s Windows Installer technology has assisted many organizations and IT Pros well over the years, providing a standard for application customization deployment and, in many cases, serving as sole expertise for many careers. As we move into the next level of technology evolution brought on by cloud virtualization and containerization, the old Windows Installer technology needs an upgrade. Microsoft has developed the next step in its packaging customization technology. MSIX merges the successes of legacy operations with feature improvements for modern application management.
Watch this webinar to get a first look at MSIX, understand how it fits within the current technology environment, how it enables companies to push operations forward. Hear from the qualified experts about new tools to make the transition to modern application customization and deployment a snap.
Rod Trent is the Director of Conference Content and Engagement for Informa with heavy focus on the premier IT Pro and Developer conference, IT/Dev Connections. He has more than 30 years of IT and developer experience, is certified in various technologies, has written many books, thousands of articles, owned and sold businesses, has run and managed editorial teams, developed and run large conferences, and speaks at various conferences and user groups throughout each year. His professional focus is evangelizing technical community on the web and in person. Rod was a Microsoft MVP for 10 years and is a charter member of the Dell TechCenter Rockstar program. He's an avid gadget fan, a die-hard old television show and cartoon buff, a health and exercise freak, and comic book aficionado.
Bob Kelly is a product management leader with a strong agile background, he began his distinguished career in IT authoring several books, papers and guides for companies like Microsoft and InstallShield as well as for major publishers like Wiley. Bob has been in the Application Readiness space for decades as a Microsoft MVP, speaker, and founder of related communities such as AppDeploy, ITNinja and AppDetails.