• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Architecting a global XenApp farm with regional users using Netscaler and Storefront
 

Architecting a global XenApp farm with regional users using Netscaler and Storefront

on

  • 1,968 views

This session documents challenges and solutions when designing an environment that allowed employees to connect from anywhere in the world to applications and data located in a specific region. This ...

This session documents challenges and solutions when designing an environment that allowed employees to connect from anywhere in the world to applications and data located in a specific region. This project’s objectives were replacing Secure Gateway, improving the user experience and building a future-proof environment. Learn about the use of NetScaler global server load balancing and StoreFront customization, and how they were architected to balance cost and functionality.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,968
Views on SlideShare
1,919
Embed Views
49

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
54
Comments
0

1 Embed 49

https://twitter.com 49

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Architecting a global XenApp farm with regional users using Netscaler and Storefront Architecting a global XenApp farm with regional users using Netscaler and Storefront Document Transcript

    • 1  
    • 2  
    • 3  
    • 4  
    • 5  
    • 6  
    • 7  Note:  Exis2ng  A&O  network  based  on  backbone  between  UK  &  Singapore  with  other  offices  connec2ng  into  backbone.  Result  is  no  direct  connec2on  between  sites  like  North  America  &  Australia.  
    • 8  
    • 9  
    • 10  
    • 11  
    • 12  
    • 13  
    • 14  
    • 15  
    • 16  
    • 17  How  do  we  route  people  to  their  “home”  NetScaler?    Scenario:  User  from  Australia  travels  to  US  Accesses  global  URL  Gets  directed  to  US  NetScaler  Logs  in  but  then  traverses  our  WAN  to  Australia    Result:  Unacceptable  performance    
    • 18  How  do  we  route  people  to  their  “home”  NetScaler?    Scenario:  User  from  Australia  travels  to  US  Accesses  global  URL  Gets  directed  to  US  NetScaler  Logs  in  but  then  traverses  our  WAN  to  Australia    Result:  Unacceptable  performance    
    • 19  
    • 20  
    • 21  
    • 22  
    • 23  
    • 24  
    • 25  
    • 26  
    • 27  
    • 28