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XenApp Audit Release Candidate

XenAppAudit Release Candidate available for limited preview, now available! My pet project, XenAppAudit Utility is now available for limited preview.  It’s not perfect, but its a good start… Automation Data Collection for XenApp Farms (versions 4 – 6) – leveraging … Continue reading

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Technical Deep Dive: XenApp Load Evaluators

One of the often overlooked features of XenApp is truly understanding the load evaluators. As a consultant, I commonly see environments using only the Default Load Evaluator. If I am lucky, they might be using the Advanced Load Evaluator. Rarely … Continue reading

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Joining GlassHouse Technologies!

I’m happy to announce that I have joined the team at GlassHouse Technologies as a Senior Virtualization Consultant. With this role, I will be tasked with helping manage virtualization projects, with a main focus on Citrix Technologies. My main focus … Continue reading

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The Future of Computing? BYOC!

Check out my latest article, and in depth look at Bring Your Own Computer to Work Policies… A growing trend in technology firms is Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC or BYOPC). Of course organizations such as Microsoft, Google, Citrix and … Continue reading

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Optimizing XenApp on VMWare ESX

There are numerous benefits for running Citrix XenApp on XenServer; including single vendor support, built-in optimizations, and integration features. However, what if you are working in a VMWare ESX environment? As a consultant or an internal engineer, you cannot always … Continue reading

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TheGenerationV.com

I’m happy to announce that I am joining the team over at TheGenerationV.com. I will still be maintaining my personal blog here as time allows, of course, but will also be writing case studies and analysis articles for GenerationV. TheGenerationV.com … Continue reading

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Louisville-Area Citrix Users Group

Chris Morgan with University of Louisville School of Dentistry has started a Louisville-Area Citrix Users Group. He and I had been discussing this for months with our regional Citrix sales management team. I’m glad to say he has taken the … Continue reading

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Now With MTM!

I’m ecstatic to announce I have joined the team at MTM Techonologies as a Systems Consultant. I had the pleasure of working with MTM as a customer for many years. During this time, I had the opportunity to get to … Continue reading

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Quest vWorkspace

Some time back, Quest Software purchased Provision Networks. They have sense re-branded and re-released their Virtual Access Suite (VAS) product line as vWorkspace. Earlier this year, I got the opportunity to work with Patrick Rouse from Quest, he is a … Continue reading

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Latest and Greatest: My Citrix on VMWare

This may be my last entry on Citrix/VMWare for the time being. After 1 month of production runs, our 1 vCPU 2GB RAM VMs are churning nicely, averaging around 32 concurrent users. Running at 10 VMs per DELL 2950 Host, … Continue reading

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