Yesterday, Citrix announced the release of XenDesktop 7.11, which is the next version subsequent to v7.9. And no, v7.10 wasn’t released while you were vacationing this summer; Citrix elected not to release v7.10 because of conflicts that may be generated with scripts and other references to v7.1 vs. v7.10.
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Today, Citrix and Microsoft announced that Azure Remote App will be deprecated, and a new version of Citrix XenApp on Azure will be the go-forward Cloud-based application virtualization offering. This is game-changing news within the virtualization industry, but what exactly does this mean for customers and the industry as a whole? Further, the timing of this announcement couldn’t be more relevant.
Many IT departments view new or recently migrated XenApp/XenDesktop implementations as complete when users start accessing the production environment successfully. However, the use of a monitoring tool is often overlooked. The Virtualization Practice has published a new checklist-style white paper entitled Monitoring for Your Citrix® Infrastructure: Considerations and Checklist to help you determine how to best address this. The document provides the reader with numerous thought-provoking questions and line-item checklists without a single mention of a third-party vendor. By considering all aspects of monitoring, you are equipped to draw the best decision for your particular environment.
Citrix Summit kicked off for partners yesterday with a number of announcements. Although the conference is focused on partners, many of the announcements have a downstream impact on enterprise users.
Application containers for Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop, VMware Horizon 6, and Microsoft Remote Desktop Session Host (RDSH) are the rave. What exactly are application containers, and how did the market get to this point?