This site demonstrates how Xenocode virtualization technologies can be applied to dramatically reduce the time, costs, and risks associated with the rollout of any Windows desktop application.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 23, 2009
Xenocode, a leader in application virtualization and delivery technology, today announced the immediate availability of the online Xenocode Browser Sandbox. The Browser Sandbox web site allows all popular Windows browsers to be run simultaneously, directly from the web. Web designers, system administrators, and other users can now evaluate Internet Explorer 8, 7, and 6, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Opera, and Google Chrome directly from the web in a risk-free manner. Unlike traditional software applications, Xenocode WebApps do not require any software to be installed and allow multiple application versions to run side-by-side on any version of Windows.
The Xenocode Browser Sandbox is available at http://www.xenocode.com/browsers.
"The Browser Sandbox is a great resource for users and organizations interested in testing Internet Explorer 8 or other browsers, without any of the problems or hassles associated with installing a new browser on their desktop", said Kenji Obata, Code Systems founder and chief executive officer. "This site demonstrates how Xenocode virtualization technologies can be applied to dramatically reduce the time, costs, and risks associated with the rollout of any Windows desktop application."
The Browser Sandbox is available free of charge on the web at http://www.xenocode.com/browsers.
Browsers featured in the Browser Sandbox were built using Xenocode Virtual Application Studio and deployed using Xenocode WebApp. Xenocode products are available via the web and through authorized Xenocode partners.
For more information on Xenocode licensing or to download free product evaluations, please visit http://www.xenocode.com.
Xenocode Application Virtualization Frees Applications from the Operating System
Xenocode is a powerful virtualization technology that separates applications from the underlying operating system. Unlike traditional hardware virtualization solutions that duplicate an entire host operating system, Xenocode's lightweight application virtualization technology emulates only core operating system features required for application execution. Xenocode requires no setup, configuration, clients, or device drivers, insulates applications against conflicts, and runs existing applications seamlessly on Windows Vista and locked-down desktops.
Xenocode virtual applications can be deployed on the web, intranets, portable storage devices, and existing desktop management infrastructure, including Active Directory, Microsoft SMS, LANDesk Management Suite, and BMC Configuration Management. Xenocode technology has been licensed by Novell and is available as part of Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization.
The Xenocode Virtual Application Studio authoring environment allows software developers and systems administrators to easily convert existing applications into virtual machine packages. The Xenocode WebApp service allows Xenocode applications to be run directly from the web via a simple control that embeds directly into web sites, blogs, and other online content.
About Code Systems:
Code Systems develops the next-generation Xenocode virtualization engine and related application delivery products. Xenocode allows system administrators and software developers to deploy applications in lightweight, pre-configured virtual machines that run instantly on any Windows desktop via the web, Active Directory, portable storage devices, or existing desktop management infrastructure.
Code Systems was founded in 2002 and consists of a team of veteran Microsoft engineers and academic researchers. Today, its customers include thousands of industry-leading consulting, financial, government, military, and technology companies, and tens of thousands of independent information technology professionals. Code Systems is based in Seattle, Washington.
Xenocode is a registered trademark of Code Systems Corporation in the United States. Xenocode WebApp and PortableApp are trademarks of Code Systems. Other products mentioned may be trademarks of their respective owners.