Citrix Lifecycle management is a great resource for all Citrix Administrators and potential customers to accelerate rollout of environments for Proof of Concept or full production deployments, whether these deployments are done in on-premises data centers or leveraging cloud resources such as AWS or Microsoft Azure. During this session, we will discuss existing blueprints and what they could be used for and what users should look out for on those versions. We will also review a blueprint and its different components, and how to troubleshoot a deployment that fails to complete based on our field experience. During this session you will learn the main concepts about Lifecycle management such as Blueprints, Deployment profiles, Resource Locations, CLM services, and Connector server. The review will also include observations about pricing when deploying a XenDesktop demo environment on AWS and Azure. Presentation will be followed by participant Q&A.
Join us for drinks, appetizers, and an exclusive introduction to Talari Network’s thinking WAN. Following our brief presentation, you’ll be able to dash out with a family meal of your choice and dine in the comfort of your own home.
SYN243: Simplify application access with NetScaler Unified Gateway: tips from the field
SYN207: Desktop Virtualization Roundup – a look at Citrix, VMware, and Microsoft.
Citrix Synergy is the premier industry conference on digital business transformation. Synergy provides attendees with the tools and confidence they need to say yes to workforce mobility, security and compliance, BYO, workplace redesign, hybrid cloud infrastructure—and whatever comes next. Citrix customers, partners and industry influencers from around the world come together at Synergy each year for strategic insights, business and technical training, and professional networking.
The 17th annual LabMan 2016 conference will be held in the great state of Louisiana: Moving from Denton, Texas hosted by the University of North Texas, to the “Big Easy”, New Orleans, Louisiana.
LabMan continues its quest in providing academic technology support professionals; whose goal is to provide an affordable and informative conference in a haven for professionals involved in the daily maintenance of computer labs in colleges , classrooms, teaching facilities, etc., with a broad content (management, visualization, printing, Internal users, external users, etc.), assisting in professional development and best practices.
This is a very inexpensive conference ($175) for those who manage technology in the realm of academia.
Additionally, this conference provides Vendors opportunities to present their products, goods and services. Previous vendors have included (Adobe, Microsoft, Citrix, Dell), and many software companies who provide Lab Management specific software (Labstats, Faronics Deepfreeze, Pharros Print Management, Papercut Print Management, WEPA Print Management).
The Office of Technology Administration is most excited to have been chosen to host Labman 2016 and Xavier University of Louisiana concurs.