Tag: Citrix

Citrix and Datrium Unlock Flash-based Economics for 6,000 AF Desktops at $9 per User

Couple weeks back I had the wonderful opportunity to present Datrium tech and the Open Convergence evolution alongside my colleague Mike McLaughlin and the Citrix Ready team. Along with LoginVSI we crafted and validated a reference architecture for 6,000 XenDesktop virtual desktops running on a single Datrium platform while enjoying benefits of AllFlash performance at a cost …

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New ‘Acropolis File Services’ with Native Support for VMware Horizon UEM and Citrix Profile Manager

Nutanix has been primarily used to host virtual machines in the format of VMDKs and vdisks, but now it is also possible to natively store unstructured files such as user-generated content such as Office documents, and Windows user profiles and settings. Nutanix AOS 4.6 introduces a new technology that build File Services as an integral and native …

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The One with the GPU Graphics Performance

Those who follow my articles know that I have always been a big supporter of VDI as a method to simplify desktop administration, reduce costs, improve user experience, increase productivity, provide remote access and enable BYOD, and provide an effective disaster recovery solution for workspaces. Whilst VDI has delivered on these promises, there has been …

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