I'm wondering if there is any interest for an ISAv5-based virtual appliance (OVF) in the ISA user base community. I would think that, with virtualization so pervasive in the enterprise now, more customers would be interested in having a easy, turn-key, ISA deployment strategy that utilized industry standard virtualization techniques (again, OVF) to accomplish this.
Interested in everyone's thoughts...
John Pape IBM WAS/WVE/WXS SWAT Team
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Re: ISAv5-based virtual appliance?2012-12-06T17:09:40Z in response to JohnPapeLink to OVF: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Virtualization_Format
I'm not using ISA5 to load clients on it and automate data gathering/retrieval. I don't actually have that many problems in order to warrant that. So I don't have a preference over OVF versus other distribution methods.
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Re: ISAv5-based virtual appliance?2013-01-11T15:08:15Z in response to JohnPapeHi John
We are moving towards IBM PureApps System this year. Having ISA available as virtual application would be perfect. Please let me know once available.
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