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Once an application has completed the testing process, it is time to manage its deployment into the production environment. Unless extensive load testing was done before deployment, we recommend publishing or streaming the application to one or two servers to begin with to allow users to begin using the application(s). If you are using published applications through Web Interface, PN Agent, or Program Neighborhood, this is an easy way of seamlessly getting the new application to users for use, as shown in Figure 13-2. If you are running a full desktop, you should consider using the ICA Passthrough capability to direct users to the new application from the existing full desktop, as shown in Figure 13-3. You should also consider having an early adopter user group that can begin employing the application before it is deployed throughout the enterprise. A week or two of running the application in this manner can reveal any last-minute issues not discovered in testing, without unduly burdening the user community with problems. NEW FEATURE: When you are integrating new applications into an existing production environment, Application Streaming really shows off its capabilities. Because the application is not actually being installed on the production server, testing and integration into the existing environment is significantly simplified and less obtrusive for the users and servers.
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