During Citrix Summit Nutanix released the Nutanix Plugin for XenDesktop, as you can read over here: The Nutanix Plugin for Citrix XenDesktop. This plugin will enable the XenDesktop admins to leverage both Citrix and Nutanix technology to start SLA management from their own known console.
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At Nutanix the last couple of days I’ve been involved in the testing of the new vGPU features from vSphere 6 in combination with the new NVIDIA grid drivers so that vGPU would also be available for desktops delivered via Horizon 6 on vSphere 6.
Rebuilding your XenDesktop lab environment, everybody does it and everybody runs into that issue when you configure the vCenter connection from Citrix Studio with a self-signed certificate.
I was setting up a new lab environment based on vSphere 5.5 and XenDesktop 7.6. When I wanted to deploy a new image within XenDesktop I got an error message ‘Unable to upload disk’.
To quote the famous Andrew Morgan: “Where did 2014 go?”. Another year passed and it feels like it did with the blink of an eye. A lot of things changed so I thought let’s do a recap.
After my recent blogposts AppVolumes and Citrix XenDesktop, a happy couple? and How Nutanix helps Citrix MCS with Shadow Clones I got the question from Andre Leibovici to validate if the read-only disks created via AppVolumes can benefit from our Shadow Clones technology.