Droplet Computing containers require very little in the form of infrastructure, as the containers are delivered to the local device using your current deployment methods. As the container runs locally there is no requirement for large back-end servers or storage, you just need a file server on which to store your ready-built container images ready for deployment to end users.
Droplet Computing containers deliver an easy to navigate ‘app launcher’ workspace user interface, with the end users applications displayed as ’tiles’ for them to just click and run.
Installing an app into the container is a simple IT admin task. They simply point the container to the installer file for the application they want to install and follow the standard installation for that app. There is no complex packaging, sequencing, or virtualization required. It’s simply a “next, next, finish” approach.
By containerizing your Windows apps, you can now run them on the macOS unchanged, maintaining a familiar end user experience.
Once containerized, applications will work cross-platform meaning you can switch between devices without having to rebuild or reinstall your applications. This means you can use the same container image on macOS, Windows, and Linux platforms