We’ve recently blogged about the new version 5 of Nomad 2012 and its imminent release and there has been a lot of interest already with customers contacting us and speaking to each other. The new features such as Single Site Download and FanOut really do speak to the modern day ConfigMgr Administrator whom are looking to control bandwidth at local and branch office locations, reduce infrastructure, increase resiliency and supercharge their Win7 migration projects.
Our customers have been asking if they can see this in action a bit more too. We plan on having more blog posts explaining these new features in the coming weeks as well as more webinars detailing the technical functionality. In the meantime we’ve created this video and hope you enjoy it and share with all your coworkers and friends. I hope it makes you as excited as I am!
You can find more videos on our official 1E YouTube channel and if you can’t access YouTube, we’ve also got a version up on Vimeo.
Even with these new version 5 features, Nomad 2012 still does not require any extra consoles as we’ve built a cool API for Single Site Download when grouping subnets. It still does not have any network hardware pre-requisites or any server/client side overhead such as kernel drivers or Java. These new features just give you more whilst still being the same old Nomad that you know and trust in your network infrastructure.