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My lab died… Now what ?

When I woke up this morning, I guessed something was wrong as I didn’t had wifi with my phone… My homelab died with at least a disk faillure, maybe memory module damage.. Anyway, my XenServer @ Home is dead for good. Remember this ? Project XenServer @ Home back in 2008 then 2011 I’ve made almost all...

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CloudBurtsting XenApp / XenDesktop in Azure 2/2

In the first part of this blog [CloudBursting XenApp / XenDesktop in Azure 1/2] I showed you how to use Citrix Studio console to add a hosting connection to Azure from your local Delivery Controller, to create a Machine Catalog and provision Virtual Machines directly in Azure. In another blog [Cloudify my Lab with Microsoft...

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Cloudify my Lab with Microsoft Azure (reload)

3 years ago I wrote this blog Cloudify my lab with Microsoft Azure, since, many things moved on on the Microsoft side, more options, Netscaler available as well in Azure, I though it was time to update and extend this blog. Here is what you will need if you want to do it by yourself, this is...

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CloudBursting XenApp / XenDesktop in Azure 1/2

Being able to extend your existing infrastructure to a cloud provider is a great option if you need more power for a specific period. In a previous blog (XenApp on Azure, is it really that easy ?) I show you how to have a fully existing infrastructure, fully hosted in Azure, in few click and...

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Cloudify my lab with Windows Azure

As I got an unlimited access to Windows Azure I wanted to check out how I could extend my lab into it and use it to store VMs workload (at first). Here what you need : Citrix NetScaler VPX (tested with NS10.1: Build 122.17.nc & NS10.1: Build 123.9.nc) Windows Azure Access Homelab (running on vSphere...

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VDI, ok ? What’s next ?

This blog is a follow up to the discussion we had in Vienna during the Geek Speak session at E2E event. I had to leave to catch my flight back to France but this discussion was very interesting and I though about it during all my travel time… I’m still on it writing this blog...

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Citrix Synergy San Francisco 2012 highlights

Every year I cross half of the planet to go over the United States in San Francisco to attend Citrix Synergy event. This is every time very exciting, meeting new people, friends, geeks and of course doing some business. This year was different as I didn’t had time to go to all the session I...

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