Citrix XenDesktop 5.5 seminar


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Citrix XenDesktop 5.5 seminar

  1. 1. Desktop Virtualization UpdateJan Christoffels, Senior SystemsEngineer, Citrix Systems Benelux
  2. 2. Desktop Transformation Device Centric People Centric Desktop = device Desktop = service Corporate PC Any type of device Image & deploy Self-service experience Limited access Dynamic access Fixed costs Usage-based costs
  3. 3. Desktop Transformation Model Phased approach to Broad industry Supporting tools, transformation partnerships resources & programs
  4. 4. A revolutionary virtual desktop system in one enterprise-complete product … for everyone
  5. 5. XenDesktop with FlexCastTM Secure & Local Flexible & Best TCO & offline & locked down cost effective locked down Mobile Streamed Personal Shared Synchronization Provisioning VDI Remote Desktop services services services services
  6. 6. Local   Hosted   Dedicated Efficient, Flexible, resources, Locked Down Powerful offline Local Shared Personal (RDS) (VDI)Density Flexibility
  7. 7. Not your father’s Terminal Server-based desktop Shared (RDS) • Efficient and scalable • Windows 7 Theme • Aero effects • Make it personal with Profile Manager and folder redirection
  8. 8. Personal vDisk Technology Personal (VDI)
  9. 9. Typical  VDI  deployment  choice   User Virtual Machine Image Dedicated VDI Pooled VDIAbility to meet broad user requirementsCost to deploy, host and maintain $$$ $
  10. 10. PVD’s  make  pooled  desktops  personal  •  IT gets cost and lifecycle advantages of pooled VDI User•  Users get personalization and flexibility of dedicated VDI Virtual Machine Personal vDisk Personal vDisk Apps App Data Preferences Base Image
  11. 11. Hosted VDI – with Personal vDisk technologyEnables personalized virtual desktops & reduces cost of storage Dedicated VDI Pooled VDI •  IT gets cost and management advantages of pooled VDI Preferences Personal vDisk for each user •  Users get personalization of Preferences dedicatedData DataVDI Preferences •  SeamlessAppsintegration with partner Preferences products such as App-V, SCCM, Data Preferences etc. Apps Data Apps Preferences Data AppsData •  Available as tech preview feature Apps Apps Desktop OS for all XenDesktop editions Desktop OS
  12. 12. Building  the  personal  desktop   PVD PVD AGENT AGENT Personal vDisk Cloud Gateway Personal Desktop User installed or admin Hosted, streamed, and Any conceivable application, push through ESD/SCCM SaaS apps with persistent app data and settings Just add profile management and folder redirection
  13. 13. PVD  op;on  in  Desktop  Studio  
  14. 14. XenDesktop with IntelliCacheTM Virtual Desktops
  15. 15. IntelliCache Benefits •  Up to 99% reduction in storage I/O •  50% reduction in storage cost •  Cache – Not local copy •  No administrative overhead 4000 Hosted Virtual 4000 Hosted Virtual Desktops Desktops With IntelliCache
  16. 16. On-Demand Apps – Powered by Receiver •  Windows, Web and SaaS •  Single Sign-on •  Self-service enterprise app store •  Follow-me applications •  Granular, Smart Access Control
  17. 17. Faster than Local Application ExperienceSession Prelaunch and Streamed App cache Virtual Desktops
  18. 18. Desktop DirectorMainstream operations and helpdesk •  Designed for the help desk •  Unifies Apps and Desktops •  Now includes HDX Monitor
  19. 19. Demo Desktop Director
  20. 20. • Deliver native experience• Utilize client capabilities• Bandwidth is precious
  21. 21. What’s  new  with  HDX?   The  best  user  experience  in  desktop   virtualiza6on  is  now  even  be8er!     •  Best  performance  on  challenging  network   connec7ons     •  Best  scalability  with  mul7media  and   graphics  workloads     •  Easy  configura7on  and  management    
  22. 22. New  releases  of  Citrix  Receiver  Windows  Receiver  3.0  w/  HDX  engine  13.0    •  Enhanced  mul7media,  mul7-­‐stream  ICA  incl.  UDP   audio,  fast  app  launch,  Aero  Redirec7on    Linux  Receiver  12.0  •  VoIP,  mul7ple  audio  sources,  Flash  Redirec7on,   webcam  video  compression,  HDX  3D  Pro,  etc.  Mac  Receiver  11.4  •  VoIP,  flexible  mul7-­‐monitor,  faster  graphics/video  iPad  Receiver  5.0  •  Video  playback,  faster  graphics  performance  Android  Receiver  2.1    •  Bidirec7onal  audio;  video  playback  in  new  beta  
  23. 23. Demo iPad Receiver 5.0
  24. 24. What’s  new  with  HDX  MediaStream?   Flash  Redirec7on  over  the  WAN   Flash  Redirec7on  to  Linux  (Ubuntu,  Fedora)   Improved  video  on  WAN     •  Adap7ve  Display  (self-­‐tuning  to  network)   •  Windows  Media  Redirec7on  performance  
  25. 25. What’s  new  with  HDX  RealTime?   Mul7-­‐stream  ICA     (up  to  4  TCP  streams  +  UDP  audio)   Branch  Repeater  6.0.1  (full  QoS  support)   Further  reduc7on  in  audio  latency  for     VoIP-­‐over-­‐ICA   Cisco  adop7on  of  Citrix  SDK     (peer-­‐to-­‐peer  media  transport)  
  26. 26. HDX Plug-n-Play• Scanner support over WAN connections •  Widely-supported latency-tolerant TWAIN standard• Client Drive Mapping enhancements •  Improved usability of removable storage devices •  Support for UNC paths, faster performance •  Read-only option• Improvements to Preferences UI in Desktop Viewer – USB devices already redirected by most efficient method are not listed• Japanese and Korean keyboard support
  27. 27. Demo HDX Plug-n-Play
  28. 28. What’s  new  with  HDX  RichGraphics?   Self-­‐tuning  graphics  on  WAN  (Adap7ve  Display)   RemoteFX  support  (Aero  +  3D  business  graphics)   Aero  Redirec7on  to  rich  clients   Op7miza7on  Pack  for  Google  Earth     (high  performance  socware  rasterizer)     Enhancements  to  HDX  3D  Pro  (e.g.  mul7-­‐monitor,  support  for  GPU   Passthrough  and  Fermi  GPUs)    
  29. 29. What  does  the  future  hold  for  HDX?  Relentless  improvements  in  user  experience  in  sync  with   adop7on  of  more  demanding  app  technologies  HDX  enhancements  across  Citrix  Receiver  versions  HDX  SoC  for  low  cost  HDX  Ready  thin/zero  clients      Addi7onal  server  scalability  op7miza7ons    Local  App  Access  feature  (“reverse  seamless”)    Vendor  adop7on  of  Citrix  SDK  for  peer-­‐to-­‐peer     Unified  Communica7ons  media  transport  Windows  8  support                                                    ...and  much  more!  
  30. 30. Continuity of content & user experience
  31. 31. eMail FTP USB Cloud
  32. 32. Segoe UI Light Segoe UI SemiboldProfessional, secure and mobile data sharing for business
  33. 33. Share any file, instantly with anyoneby Citrix And seamlessly across all your devices
  34. 34. Segoe UI Light Segoe UI Segoe UI (bold) (normal) • Send, request & share files within Outlook • Mobile – your data from all your devices • Desktop widget & sync tools • File encryption – at rest and in transit • Versioning & comment tracking • File activity alerts & notifications • Remote wipe & account locking
  35. 35. Segoe UI Light Segoe UI Semibold
  36. 36. Segoe UI Light Segoe UI Semibold• Access your data from any source… on any device• Open, view, edit, save and share any document• Remote wipe built in
  37. 37. Segoe UI Light Segoe UI Semibold Q4
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  40. 40. Device Service 30% More Device WAN Opt 15% Less Software Device Storage Software Storage Server Server Physical Other VDI XD Desktop FlexCast
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  42. 42. • All the power of HDX in silicon New class of devices for virtual desktops and apps Hardware-based HDX optimizations Open standards-based program Designed to keep up with new innovations• Full HD experience at a fraction of the cost Reference designs from NComputing & TI First devices in market in early 2012