Archive for July, 2010

NEW XenDesktop Design Handbook

Written by Thomas Poppelgaard. Posted in XenDesktop

Instead of trying to create a 1,000 page document that discusses all of the different design options and best practices, Citrix have created a kit for XenDesktop architects. 

In the kit you will find some goodies:

  • Reference Architectures
  • Reference Designs
  • Implementation Guides
  • Planning Guides

This is just the start.  If you subscribe to the kit, you will be able to receive notifications when updates are made to the Design Handbook. Citrix are in the process of developing many new best practice documents focused on different design areas that you won’t want to miss.  Interested yet?

Link to the NEW XenDesktop Design Handbook (you must log on to MyCitrix).

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