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
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
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
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,
I read everywhere deploying XenApp on Azure (full Cloud) was very easy, but I always wanted to try how easy it was. So let’s do this, let’s check how it works and follow the step by step. There is a (short) video of this step by step at
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.
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