Citrix TechTalk Webinar: Introducing Citrix XenApp for Windows Server 2008 R2

I would strongly recommend that you try to attend this upcoming Citrix TechTalk Webinar about “Parra” or XenApp for 2008 R2.  I’ve seen a previous one and I’m very impressed.  A fully integrated management console (with Active Directory/GPO editing), PowerShell cmdlets, and full App-V (MS Application Virtualization/Softgrid) support.  Webinar details below:

Citrix TechTalk Webinar: Introducing Citrix XenApp for Windows Server 2008 R2-

Many organizations have begun evaluating and migrating to the Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 platform. In response, on December 14th Citrix released a public technology preview for XenApp on the R2 platform. This public preview will enable customers to evaluate new technologies and features coming in the next release of XenApp and prepare for adoption when the final is released.

Come learn about these exciting new XenApp features available for this new platform from Citrix Systems, Product Manager Sridhar Mullapudi.

In this session you’ll learn about:

  • New enterprise-class management features like a single management console with seamless integration with Active Directory group policies, simplified role based install and PowerShell SDK
  • How new HDX technologies enable you to deliver A/V conferencing using Microsoft Office Communicator , broaden application and device compatibility and  improve logon by streaming windows profiles on demand
  • How new on-demand application delivery technology continues to expand your options for delivering apps to your users

When:

Wednesday, January 6, 2009

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST

Register Now!

https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/600275905

Thanks,
Alain

The Sounds of Silence

For those people (or just their RSS readers) who are subscribed/following this blog…

I just wanted to drop a quick note that I have not abandoned writing this blog.  I’ve got lot of ideas for future subjects, but I’ve been swamped at work and have not had the time necessary to put in the writing I like to do.

So in short, happy holidays.  I hope to get started writing again soon.

Take care,
Alain