It just hit the web, the plugin for Citrix MCS on Nutanix AHV. You can find it on our portal at My.Nutanix.com, support, Tools & Firmware. I’ve blogged about this previously in the blog that was called Citrix MCS for AHV: Under the hood but now it’s finally available for the masses.
Archive for XenApp
At Citrix Synergy 2016 held in Las Vegas during May 24-26 I was lucky enough to be able to present twice, both of the times I had a great co-presenter and during the last presentation we even had a secret guest on stage.
Citrix just released XenDesktop 7.9, one of the things that caught my eye during the installation was the option to leverage/utilise local storage of your virtualisation hosts.
During the last Dutch Citrix User Group I had the honour to present a 15 minutes ‘pitch’ on Citrix AppDisks which is a newly introduced feature in XenDesktop 7.8. It’s Citrix’s implementation of the popular layering solutions for application distribution.
Citrix MCS for AHV; it’s been a hot topic since the release of XenDesktop 7.7 so here’s my explanation of what’s going on under the hood when we look at Citrix MCS for AHV. First I’ll start with a short description of the components and in the end there’s a alpha-demo video on the integration piece.
Being involved with the EUC space I get to talk about virtual desktops.. A lot. Sizing them is something that gets discussed a lot but what components do we actually need in a desktop? What is the anatomy of a desktop from a ‘physical’ perspective. Although it’s going back to basics I do think it’s good to take a step back every once in a while and reevaluate decisions.