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

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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.

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

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  7. 7. 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.  
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  17. 17. 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. 18. 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    
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