Tag Archives: consulting

Speaking at Citrix Synergy 2016

I’m happy to announce that I am presenting at Citrix Synergy again.  I had the privilege to speak at Synergy last year in Orlando on XenApp Architecture as well as in 2011 on VDI Storage.  This year I am presenting on XenMobile Architecture. Here’s the … Continue reading

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Speaking at Citrix Synergy 2015

I’m happy to announce that I am presenting at Citrix Synergy again.  I had the privilege to speak at Synergy in 2011 on VDI Storage.  This year I am presenting on XenApp 7.6 Architecture, based in part off my book which … Continue reading

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New Article: Planning for Desktop as a Service

In July, I had the pleasure of speaking at BriForum in Boston. BriForum is a popular vendor-neutral conference focused on virtualization and mobility technologies. My first session was titled Where To Stick It: VDI Storage Considerations; you can read more … Continue reading

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Now Available: Citrix XenApp 7.5 Desktop Virtualization Solutions

I am happy to announce that as of October 21, 2014, my book is available for purchase! Buy a copy… buy 10… they make great Christmas presents! You can read more about my book here and here. You can order … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: My XenApp Book

Checking one off the bucket list… My book is in the final stages of production and should be available in September 2014.  This has been a much slower process than planned due to work changes, illness, and product updates… but the … Continue reading

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Speaking at BriForum, Part 2

This afternoon I had the opportunity to speak again at BriForum.  I presented my DIY DaaS: Creating your own Desktop-as-a-Service session.  I had the pleasure (or misfortune) to follow Brian and Gabe on stage… that is a tough act to follow. Overall, … Continue reading

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Speaking at BriForum

This morning I was able to speak at BriForum.  This is my first time attending or speaking at BriForum … great venue! My morning session was Where to Stick It: VDI Storage Considerations.  The session went well with good audience … Continue reading

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Fun with NetScaler Gateway and StoreFront

I don’t work with NetScalers on a regular basis.  I am familiar with the product and the capabilities, but prefer to leave that to NetScaler and networking engineers.  As I explained to a friend of mine once, I understand the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Baselines

Establishing baselines are a critical component to long-term management of any system (IT, manufacturing, etc.)  Baselines allow you to understand your norms and help forecast your future.  I find myself constantly baselining in everyday life. When I take the kids to … Continue reading

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Back to the Blog…

It’s been awhile since I have posted anything new.  I always thought that with more travel, I would have more downtime at nights to write.  However, I have found the inverse to be true.  By the time I get back … Continue reading

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