What is the PrinterLogic Virtual Appliance?
It’s the latest generation of PrinterLogic’s on-premises platform. It provides a path forward for customers who want PrinterLogic’s Serverless Printing Infrastructure, but prefer not to use the SaaS solution.
Is the Virtual Appliance for you?
If you fall into one of the two categories, you could benefit from switching to the PrinterLogic Virtual Appliance.
- If you want the benefits of PrinterLogic’s Serverless Printing Infrastructure but need tighter control over their print environment.
- If you’re an on-prem customer, the VA is a path forward to get the latest features PrinterLogic has to offer. This is a track change, but it offers the latest functionality and ongoing support.
Here's why VA is great
How it works
A virtual appliance is a virtual machine (VM) image file that contains a preconfigured OS environment and a single application. Packaged this way, it simplifies delivery and operation of an application. Only the essential operating system components are included. VAs have been around for decades and have gained popularity due to their easy installation, simplicity, and low maintenance costs.
- A Virtual Appliance is installed on a hypervisor, which is a software “socket” for the containerized solution.
- Deploying an application as a VA eliminates many problems with traditional installation and configuration methods such as software or driver compatibility issues.
- The VA is deployed as a VM or as a subset of a virtual machine running on VMware or Microsoft Hyper-V. Users can simply download a single file, spin up the VA, and run the application.
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We have a combination of badge-release printing and the more traditional PIN method. So far, people really like that ability. For us, it’s been largely set it and forget it.
Donald Brown – IT Project Manager