• Virtualization vendors in 2014: Citrix XenApp returns, CWS is born

    In 2014, Citrix brought back XenApp and revealed Citrix Workspace Services, but VMware is hot on the company's heels, which will keep things interesting in 2015.

    Gabe Knuth1,195 pointsBadges:
  • Can Citrix CloudStack compete against OpenStack?

    ITKE352,580 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix CloudStack disappearing in OpenStack shadow – Top cloud computing providers: Where are they now?

    It's impossible for cloud experts to talk about Citrix without talking about CloudStack. Back in 2012, Citrix's CloudStack was still a promising open source infrastructure as a service (IaaS) option, offering enterprises flexibility and freedom from vendor lock-in. It had an early lead in the open...

    ITKE352,580 pointsBadges:
  • Would you use Citrix AppDNA?

    Brien Posey9,770 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix AppDNA finds compatibility issues, remediates apps

    The AppDNA tool from Citrix lets you find and solve application compatibility problems before they even happen. It also locates apps that need remediation.

    Brien Posey9,770 pointsBadges:
  • IBM mobile taps Citrix DaaS for desktop access

    IBM customers will have a new way to deliver desktops and make sense of mobile analytics, but questions about its appeal remain.

    JakeODonnell700 pointsBadges:
  • The difference between Citrix Workspace Suite and Workspace Services

    Citrix's Workspace Services and the Workspace Suite aren't one in the same. The Suite is a bundle of products and Workspace Services is a delivery platform and control plane.

    mattkoshttechtarget10 pointsBadges:
  • Why VMware and Citrix will support Linux VDI

    There's only a handful of customers who need Linux VDI, but that doesn't change the fact that they need it. In shops that use both Linux and Windows, a unified virtualization tool from VMware and Citrix could hit the spot.

    Gabe Knuth1,195 pointsBadges:
  • Would you use VMware or Citrix to virtualize both Windows and Linux?

    Gabe Knuth1,195 pointsBadges:
  • XenServer gains fault tolerance with Marathon Technologies

    Marathon Technologies' fault-tolerant software for physical servers now keeps Citrix XenServer virtual machines up and running during hardware failures.

    Bridget Botelho3,260 pointsBadges:

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