Over the last decade, the Citrix portfolio of solutions has dramatically expanded to include Citrix XenApp, XenDesktop, XenServer, XenMobile, Sharefile and Workspace Cloud. And, the use cases for Citrix technologies have also expanded with the needs of the market. Flexwork and telework, BYOD, mobile workspaces, PC refresh alternatives and remote partner access are now common user paradigms that are all supported by Citrix technologies.
To deliver the best possible user experience with all these Citrix technologies, Citrix environments need to be well architected but also well monitored and managed to identify and diagnose problems early on and prevent issues from escalating and impacting end users and business processes.
This 2nd-annual research report from DABCC and eG Innovations provides the results of a comprehensive survey of the Citrix user community with a goal of exploring the current state of Citrix performance management and helping Citrix users better understand current challenges, technology choices and best practices in the Citrix community.
The survey results have been compiled into a data-rich, easy-to-digest report to provide you with benchmarks and new insights into the best practices for effective Citrix performance management.
XenApp and XenDesktop 7.7 are fast becoming the standard platforms for
deploying application and desktop virtualization in today’s expanding
enterprise, they provide a unified platform that makes application and desktop
delivery fast and easy.
utilize the new Flexcast Management Architecture (FMA) as well as several new
features and enhancements to improve the security, manageability and remote
access of your virtual applications and desktops.
In this Citrix-Ready white paper, Top Eight Best Practices for Deploying Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop 7.7,
you will discover real-world experiences as well as the top eight best
practices in deploying Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop 7.x, including how to:
Numerous components as
well as diverse back-end application elements and user-specific items comprise
today’s complex Citrix infrastructures and all can affect the user experience.
At any given time, one or more of these components may fail or experience an
issue and service organizations spend a significant amount of time and effort
diving into each of the various components in order to properly address and
Download this white paper to get a
comprehensive checklist of monitoring-related criteria that should be
considered as part of due diligence by enterprises and service providers to
effectively manage performance of their complex Citrix infrastructures. Jo Harder, Application and Desktop Virtualization
Analyst, details a checklist for importance level and vendor consideration
broken out into the following categories: