Month: November 2015

Testing SSL from Netscaler–Issues with SSL handshake

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From time to time we need to setup load balancing to a SSL based service or when setting up connection to a secure Storefront (which is the default) there is one thing that alot of people are missing from the config when setting…

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Load balancing port ranges with Netscaler

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So I got a question earlier today, if it was possible to load balance a specific port range within Netscaler. Now by default we cannot specify a port range when setting up a load balanced vServer or setting up services. In order to…

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Software-defined networking difference between VXLAN and NVGRE

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Myself being quite in the starting phase of software-defined networking and all the different network virtuliazation technologies out there, I thought I would do a summurization between the largest different vendors in this market. What differenciates them (from a protocol perspective) and why…

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Setting up NFS Direct Veeam against Nutanix cluster

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So the last couple of days I have tried to wrap my head around Direct NFS support which is coming in Veeam v9. The cool thing about this feature is that Veeam has a custom built NFS agent, which will go directly to…

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New Netscaler books available!

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Just a small post about what I have been busy with lately For those who have been following me on Twitter/LinkedIn/Blog notice that I from time to time blog about Netscaler which kinda has become my little baby.Anyhow… 2 years back I started…

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Putting ThinWire and Framehawk to the test!

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Framehawk and Thinwire – It’s all about the numbers Recently me and Mikael @mikael_modin attended a Citrix User Group Conference in Norway, where Mikael held a session regarding when and when to use Framehawk, you can read his entire blogpost here –> http://bit.ly/1PV3104…

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Enterprise Data Protection policy options in Microsoft Intune

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Now earlier this week, Microsoft released their enterprise data protection feature within Microsoft Intune. I have blogged about this earlier here –> https://msandbu.wordpress.com/2015/05/30/whats-actually-new-in-windows-10/ But it is a security feature which allows us to filter data based upon if it is private data or…

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