This is the third in the QA series on Citrix Excalibur, the next generation XenDesktop / XenApp; in this blog and video we look at publishing applications on both Servers and Desktops. Simplicity defined with Citrix Studio.
So what is in a name, XenApp, XenDesktop? Well I can tell you Excalibur is very XenDesktop and it may well become XenDesktop 6. It has all the management features that we would expect from XenDesktop but now we can add in servers to host multiple ICA sessions. We will take a look at this installing the Delivery Agent onto Server 2012 and creating a Catalogue and Delivery group in the Site database for the server
Project Excalibur, the next generation XenApp / XenDesktop product from Citrix is now available as a technical preview. Combining both XenApp and XenDesktop into the one product makes absolute sense and XenDesktop had the winning infrastructure; we now have Delivery Controllers for XenApp not Zones and IMA
Excalibur was the mythical sword King Arthur extracted from the stone, but far from mythical now it the legend that is the new XenApp / XenDesktop from Citrix
No matter your choice Ford or Holden RPM matters!. No not revolutions per minute but eh Red Hat Package Manager. The universal software manager in Linux.
Time, too much , too little, where has it gone? Not only our life but the operation of our Services depend on accurate time and this is where the Network Time Server Protocol or NTP comes in.
Earlier this year Citrix launched the NetScaler 10 physical appliances which included version 10 of the Enterprise Edition of the Access Gateway. In October we saw the Virtual Appliance launched, NetScaler Access Gateway 10 which unifies the editions of the Access Gateway into the Enterprise format.
In my previous blog we saw the “magic” of Provisioning Services in that it delivered a unique OS to each device that booted from the single vDisk; we now extend that magic to show you how simple it is to update that vDisk image even while devices are booted to it