Tag / Citrix

  • Before I start my first post in the VirtualFuture.Info Bloggers-Battle, let me first respond to Matthijs’  first post. And let me remind the readers, this is a Bloggers-Battle. Matthijs and I are trying to convince each other and the readers that one product is a better choice than another, just for this Battle. As consultants […]

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  • November 2, 2009 - Sven Huisman

    Bloggers-battle: Citrix Xendesktop vs VMware View

    My blogging activities were very low last month (close to none actually) and I apologize for that. It must have been because I spend most of the time crying because my co-blogger Matthijs left the company I work for and he decided to work for the competition. Being competitors at the moment, I thought it […]

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  • The on-line community of end-users, partners, bloggers and enthusiasts is growing and today we see an amazing example of what such a community can do. Just last week Citrix announced Citrix XenDesktop 4 and the new licensing model , and it wasn’t pretty: it was a per named-user desktop licensing structure which would drive up the costs […]

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  • Marathon Technologies released a couple of whitepapers and a blueprint for optimizing Citrix XenApp High Availability. As you know, the technology for HA in Xenserver is actually from Marathon and you can also enable Fault tolerance with Marathon EverRun VM. These documents aren’t about Xenserver, but “a set of planning and implementation tools designed to […]

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  • July 3, 2009 - Matthijs Haverink

    Change Microcode in Xenserver/Everrun

    Up until today I even didn’t know what Microcode or what it’s purpose was. After today I’ve learned a lot about it and would like to share it with you.  “Microcode is a layer of lowest-level instructions involved in the implementation of machine code instructions in many computers and other processors” is the description from Wikipedia. I […]

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