Month: April 2014

VMCE study guide

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Now for those working with Veeam, a hot topic these days is the VMCE (Veeam Certified Engineer) certification. In order to take this exam you first need to attend a 3-day technical course which covers the syllabus, then you are allowed to take…

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Load balancing RDS gateway 2012 R2 with Netscaler

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With 2012 R2 and RDS Microsoft has gotten better at devilering remote terminal server sessions. And since the cost of RDS is quite low compared to other platforms such as Vmware or Citrix. RDS Gateway is a feature which allow us to tunnel…

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Customizing Web portal for Dell vWorkspace

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In all cases when you are having planned downtime or doing maintance work to a service you want to be able to inform all potential users that they are aware of the downtime. vWorkspace has an excellent way to easily change the content…

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Netscaler command center 5.2 beta

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I was just acccepted into the Netscaler command beta and already took it for a test drive. So for those who are not familier with Commad Center it is a product from Citrix which allows for easy management / monitoring of Netscaler products…

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Introduction to Dell vWorkspace

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Lately there has been alot of fuzz regarding Vmware and their release with Horizon 6 suite with terminal server based solution, and if we rewind one month back in time we also have the latest XenDesktop release from Citrix which contains Hybrid cloud…

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Tranferring ICA Proxy Sessions Between Devices

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Short post!So this is a new feature which popped up in the previous enhancement builds to Netscaler Gateway Enhancement Build 123.1100.eIt it also available in Netscaler VPX since it is the same build and everything. The feature is ICA Proxy Session Migration which…

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Netscaler news and codename Tagma and Integration with Nexus Fabric

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Today I got a news from a birdie about a new Netscaler release which is coming that has the codename Tagma. The new build which is coming that has loads of different new features and the Java GUI is almost dead. The rumor…

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Azure vs On-premise solution and Amazon EC2

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note that this is an old post which I have updated to reflect the new prices from Azure and Amazon. Have several customers come to me in the last couple of months asking me “How can Azure be more affordable then an on-premise…

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Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter 2.0

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So this is such a great update I have to blog about it, I have been in many projects involving migrating from VMware to Hyper-V and there of course many options to choose from there. Alas Microsoft had its own Virtual Machine Converter…

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