XenServer

My First Pull request committed on GIT and it was for XenServer and Octoblu!

I am super excited to have submitted a pull request on Github last night. and for James Bulpin (what a guy!) actually was kind enough to commit it! Wow!

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See it in action: Digital workspace demos!

I will be at this event in Phoenix, register so we can hang out! http://citrix.events.performark.com/events/phoenix-az-12/event_registran...
Event invite: http://mkto.deliver.citrix.com/n0M00fw030HT0KB00J008G0

Take a behind the scenes look at how digital workspaces are redefining work in today’s modern world. Through an exciting array of demos, learn about key use cases and the technology services that enable secure app and data delivery on any device, any network and any cloud.

Demos you will see:
• BYO road warriors using applications seamlessly across networks and devices
• Ultra-mobility using the latest mobile devices from tablets to smartphones
• Security from the datacenter to multiple device types
• And many more!

Forget the slide deck: this seminar is strictly demo-driven, designed to immerse you in real-world applications of Citrix solutions. You’ll see all the latest products and learn how they integrate from end to end, securely and seamlessly.
Date: October 25, 2016
Time: 11:30 AM – 02:00 PM PDT
Location:
Westin Kierland Resort and Spa
6902 E Greenway Parkway
Scottsdale, AZ 85254

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How to tell if Desktop Delivery (VDI) is a Relevant Option

These are a few key reasons that Desktop Virtualization or Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is such an important driver currently and how to tell in the future if it is a relevant delivery option.

• Minimum device resources in each device tier and the cost–tier relationship.
• Ubiquity of Internet connectivity.
• Hardware relationship to operating system base requirements.
• Operating system hardware dependence, configuration complexity, and size compared to local storage cost/size.

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Resource Calculation on XenDesktop and XenApp part 01

Resource Calculation on XenDesktop and XenApp part 01
Almost every day I am asked the question that every virtualization technologist hates…
“How long is a piece of string?”
Really, every day. O.K. some days I am kidnapped by an alien race with advanced technology that gives me unlimited access to expensive lab equipment like large storage arrays and switches. But every other day “How long is a piece of string?”
Or:
How tall is a person?
Really you meet a lot of people, tell me how tall is a person?
I mean, say they are using Microsoft Office, how tall is a person?

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How To Install an Additional Physical Network Interface Card in a XenServer Host

How To Install an Additional Physical Network Interface Card in a XenServer Host

Document ID: CTX116112 / Created On: Feb 1, 2008 / Updated On: Feb 4, 2010
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Summary

This article describes how to install an additional network interface card (NIC) in a XenServer host. When you add an additional NIC, it is not detected automatically by the XenServer Host software-you must manually detect and configure the NIC.

Note: The procedure described in this article does not apply to XenServer 4.1 or later.

Procedure

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