Upcoming events and book releases

So it is going to be a busy couple of months ahead.. So this sums up what is happening on my part the next months.

28 – 30 October: At the annual Citrix User Group event in Norway, which is a crazy good conference, I will be speaking about using Office365 with Citrix and different integrations and thinks you need to think about there as well http://cugtech.no/?page_id=1031

October-ish: Something I will working for a while, now after I published my Implementing Netscaler VPX book early last year, I got contacted by my publisher earlier this year who wanted a second edition to add the stuff that people thought was missing plus that I wanted to update the content to V11.

Implementing Netscaler VPX second edition contains

  • V11 content
  • Implementing on Azure, Amazon
  • Front-end optimization
  • AAA module
  • More stuff on troubleshooting and Insight
  • More stuff on TCP optimization, HTTP/2 and SSL

+ Cant remember the rest, anyways the Amazon link is here  http://www.amazon.co.uk/Implementing-NetScaler-VPX-TM-Second/dp/1785288989/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1442860517&sr=8-3&keywords=netscaler

November-ish: Suprise! This is also something I have been working on for a while, but I cannot take all of the credit. I cant even take half of the credit since I only did about 40% of the work. Earlier this year I got approached by Packt to create another Netscaler book called Mastering Netscaler which was a new book which was supposed to do more of a deep-dive Netscaler book, after months of back and forth with another co-author the book didnt progress as I wanted to…. Luckily I got in touch with another community member which was interested and away we went, now the Mastering Netscaler book is more of a deep-dive book which will be released either in October/November I have nothing to link to yet, but as soon as it is done I wlll be publishing it here. But as I said I only did about 40% of the writing, most of the credit is due to Rick Roetenberg https://twitter.com/rroetenberg great job!

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  1. Great work! See you at CUGtech, looking forward to your presentation. Now I have to convince my boss to pay for a copy of your books. 🙂

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