This article is a continuation of three-part blog series on the installation of Citrix PVS on Azure. Before you read the article you should read the first two parts of the article. 1st part of this blog series can be found here. 2nd part of this blog series can be found here. STEP 4 –
Part-I of this article was published when Citrix PVS was in Preview, this part is published when Citrix PVS is GA. Now many enterprises must have already started planning to start the Citrix PVS in Azure and this article will help them. In today’s article, I will show how to install Citrix PVS in Azure.
Hello everyone, This is a blog post on Citrix PVS and it’s divided into three parts. 1st part of this blog series can be found here. 2nd part of this blog series can be found here. 3rd part of this blog series can be found here. Citrix PVS on Azure TP (Technical Preview) Program has been extended till 31st
I hope all you are doing well, if you are from the VDI world and deploying many images across regions in Azure, you might have already using the Azure Shared Image Galleries a lot. I think you might have also noticed that there is a change in the name of the Shared Image Gallery, although
In any VDI technology, App delivery is an important part of the VDI Lifecycle process. Typically, in any enterprise when you will plan for the App Delivery, you can’t stick to a single method. It is unlikely that a single application delivery method will meet all the requirements of the various applications that must be
In any VDI environment, monitoring the performance of the overall environment is crucial to making sure all components are available and performing effectively to ensure users have a high-quality experience. There are number of tools available in the market that will provide Monitoring capabilities. Different components within the overall solution require monitoring of unique metrics