Package Feed module released by Flexera
|Christian Hargrave in SDK Friday, August 16, 2019|
Flexera launches the Package Feed module for AdminStudio which saves countless hours in packaging and deployment of applications.
Flexera, the software company that helps organizations realize technology’s power to accelerate their business, released the Package Feed Module, a new add-on module for its popular AdminStudio product.
AdminStudio saves users time and money preparing applications for deployment. AdminStudio is a tool used for creating custom deployment packages. It provides a suite of powerful tools and processes to create, analyze, and correct deployment packages to lower the risk of a failed deployment, as well as tools to customize and convert installations into many popular deployment formats (like App-V and the up-and-coming MSIX format).
Time-consuming research and testing have required the attention of administrators until now. The new Package Feed Module helps leverage detailed package information for nearly 3,000 application installers. The Package Feed Module provides integrated downloading along with valuable details for thousands of application installers. Such eliminates the time-consuming effort that IT administrators routinely face in trying to identify the latest version of a product and where to get it, the silent installation parameters for a particular version of an application, testing, and even determining the detection rules often needed for a successful deployment.
“Each application deployment is a puzzle from where to get the latest version (easy) to how to silently install it the way you want (difficult). Each vendor seems to offer its own way to automate deployment, while some offer no options at all. AdminStudio is unparalleled in its ability to help users get exactly what they need as quickly and reliably as is possible, whether they’re working on a Windows 10 migration or just updating an existing application to address a security issue,” said Bob Kelly, Director of Product Management at Flexera.