XenoCode is a US company that switched its core business in June 2008 and suddenly entered the application virtualization market with a product called Virtual Application Studio.
The solution was so interesting that Novell decided to close an OEM agreement with the company in September 2008.
Only six months after the first release XenoCode is ready to release the new version of its application virtualization platform.
Virtual Application Studio 2009 introduces a couple of key features:
- support for Active directory deployment
- dynamic virtual layers
The additional product that was supposed to arrive with Virtual Application Studio 2009, Virtual Desktop (totally unrelated to anything VDI), is still in beta so the enterprise management of the XenoCode virtual applications will have to wait some more time.