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  • The new AppCenter Console in XenApp 6 makes administration of the XenApp farm much easier. Policies, worker groups, applications and more are all configured within a single console. XenApp 6 introduces the concept of Worker Groups, which we’ll discuss later, and this can help segregate your tenants easily. In addition, inserting newly-provisioned servers into the farm is easy with Provisioning services and XenApp 6.
  • Key points - Deliver Services is a platform for authenticated service access“Dazzle Services” provider support for XenApp and other resource providers Currently XenApp/XenDesktop only, put plan to extendDatabase is key new component – serve most requests out of cacheWorkflow is glue to allow customization and approval/provisioining of requested appsAuthenticaiton Service is a separate delivery serviceUsed by Dazzle Services, Merchandizing server and anything else needing authentication (e.g. Streaming)Web Dazzle will be a new web based front end leveraging delivery services. 3rd parties encouraged to do the same
  • Project Mach 3 – 3x faster performanceProject Zoom – 2x faster app startup Project Laser – High speed printing from anywhereProject Mercury – Faster HD performance over the WANProject Dynamo – Adaptive HD performance
  • XenApp monitoring, alerting, and configuration can now be performed within Microsoft System Center products.
  • Pre-slide intro Citrix and Microsoft have a 20 year history, and counting, of partnership and innovation. We are clearly focused on collaboration from the Desktop to the Datacenter to ensure the most powerful, flexible and cost effective management infrastructure for applications and desktops – both physical and virtual – while providing a high definition, user-centric experience. Let me take you though a set of planned integrations between key virtualization offerings from Citrix Delivery Center, Microsoft System Center ConfigMgr and MDOP that are the next step to enable our customers and partners to leverage their investment in Citrix and Microsoft virtualization infrastructure. Initial Accelerating Application Virtualization Adoption Citrix Receiver is a new lightweight, universal software client that makes accessing virtual applications and desktops on any device as easy as turning on your TV. These plug-ins work with XenApp and XenDesktop and support functionality such as online and off-line app usage, virtual desktop delivery, secure access control, etc Click 1 Leveraging the Receiver’s extensibility Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) is a natural and obvious fit and will be the first partner Plug-in. Planned delivery from Citrix is by end of 2009. How will it work? IT can configure the App-V plug-in and the Receiver ensures that the App-V client is present and up to date. Once the plug-in is configured XenApp and Dazzle can be used to deliver App-V packages to the Receiver which will handoff to the App-V client to launch the virtual app. The user doesn’t need to know if it is a virtual application. They click on the icon and run, just like any other app. The integration of the App-V Plug-in to Citrix Receiver will also provide Intelligent Failover from local execution to hosted execution in the datacenter depending on the users connectivity or the policy configured by IT.  The addition of the App-V Plug-in to the existing suite of plug-ins will unify delivery of virtual applications whether hosted in the datacenter, running locally or running while disconnected. Click 2Centralize PC & App Mgmt LifecycleToday ConfigMgr does a great job managing desktops and applications and XenApp does a great job managing and delivering applications to any device, but clearly there is an opportunity to integrate, simplify and streamline to create and even more powerful desktop and app management environment. Click 3 In 2010, Citrix plans to deliver a XenApp connector to ConfigMgr. This next wave of integration will provide the following benefits:IT Admins will be able to manage and publish applications to XenApp from the ConfigMgr console.ConfigMgr will be able to automatically create server based collections and advertise XenApp applications to XenApp Server Farms ConfigMgr will be able to automatically create maintenance windows for application installation and updates on XenApp Servers. And finally admins can leverage XenApp to deliver Windows applications to desktops that it does not directly manage, such as non-Windows desktops and devices. This integration between ConfigMgr and XenApp will simplify application and desktop management - both virtual and physical. Click 4High Definition, user-centric experience on the desktop. In May of this year, Citrix introduced Dazzle, the first self-service “storefront” for enterprise applications. Dazzle gives corporate employees 24x7 self-service access to a broad array of applications, desktops and content, allowing them to choose exactly what they need, when they need it. In 2010 Citrix plans to integrate App-V apps into Dazzle. This will enable IT to publish both App-V and XenApp virtual applications in Dazzle. Users just select what they need and do not have to worry where the application is stored, where it is running or how it is packaged. This integration is a great step for our customers. As a partner who delivers solutions from Microsoft and Citrix you now have an even greater opportunity to demonstrate the strength of partnership…… need something stronger around the value to partners…. We hope you agree that by integrating our market leading virtual desktop and application management solutions, Citrix and Microsoft can simplify IT, while improving the end user experience.  
  • I’m going to take a physical app I already have in CM that I use today to deploy to my end-users devicesand automate the deployment to my XenApp.  The first step for me is to create a XenApp program for this existing packageStart in CM07 console with existing package, create XenApp Program, talk to the fact that this is wired up to a custom task sequencer that will be doing all the automation, next, next, finish
  • Like any other thing in CM07, I know need to deploy this in an advertisement Create advertisement, target to XenApp server group that’s been created automatically with the XenApp connector to reflect my Xen hierarchy.
  • Talk about the importance of mandatory assignments, how they need to be recurring or multiple individual assignments at different times
  • and that the Program rerun behavior needs to be set to “Rerun if failed previous attempt”
  • So, you can see the improved ways we can target/automate deployment of software from CM07 to Citrix servers.  Now, lemme show you how in that same console you can make this app available to Xen clients as a published object.  First, nothing up my sleeve. Go to XenApp console – show 2 apps there. 
  • Go to Mac client – show 2 apps in Dazzle
  • OK – in the same console and the same workflow, I can now go to CM07 and publish this app for my users, and you’ll see it show up both as a pub’d object in XenApp, and show up in my client experience CM07 console – go to package and create Xen Pub’d object.  Put users group on the object, show ALL the settings you can do in Xen today – you can do in CM07 console (as well as all app types like web URL, etc).
  • Quickly switch to Xen console, in seconds new app shows up. 
  • Quickly switch to Mac, new app is in Dazzle, select it to “install”.
  • There ya have it.  Baby step today to do better console and automation integration between these 2 products/companies to pave the way for our User Centric integration in 2011
  • Citrix XenApp — будущее и настоящее

    1. 1. Будущее и настоящее<br />XenApp<br />
    2. 2. XenApp 6 key features<br /><ul><li>Receiver for Windows, MAC & Linux
    3. 3. Smartphone support
    4. 4. iPhone 2.0
    5. 5. Android 1.0
    6. 6. New plug-ins
    7. 7. Single sign-on
    8. 8. WAN acceleration
    9. 9. EasyCall voice services
    10. 10. Dazzle self-service storefront for PC and Mac
    11. 11. App-V integration
    12. 12. Built for WS08 R2
    13. 13. Simple, fast product installation
    14. 14. Single, intuitive app management console
    15. 15. Seamless Microsoft management integration
    16. 16. HDX RealTime collaboration for OCS and VoIP softphones
    17. 17. HDX RealTime CD quality audio
    18. 18. HDX Plug ‘n Play for Windows portable USB devices</li></li></ul><li>XenApp 6 AppCenter Console<br />Worker groups<br /><ul><li>Assign policies to worker groups
    19. 19. Publish apps to worker groups
    20. 20. Configure new servers in seconds with simple drag-and-drop
    21. 21. Eliminate configuration drift and human error</li></ul>Integrated policy controls<br /><ul><li>Configure session, server, user, device, load and printing policies in one console
    22. 22. Console extension also accessible via Group Policy Editor</li></li></ul><li>Built for Windows Server 2008 R2Easier management, improved performance<br /><ul><li>Citrix performance improvements for R2 result in 15% or more users per server
    23. 23. Single application management console modeled after MMC 3.0
    24. 24. Active Directory Group Policy extensions enable policy-based management of XenApp
    25. 25. Broader peripheral support enables enhanced Citrix HDX experience
    26. 26. PowerShell 2.0 enables automation of management workflows</li></li></ul><li>Remote Desktop Architecture Overview<br />RAD Connections<br />RD Session Host<br />RD Web Access<br />RD Client<br />RD Virtualization Host<br />RD Connection Broker<br />RD Gateway<br />App-V for RDS<br />Licensing Server<br />Active Directory®<br />
    27. 27. Citrix XenApp extensions to Remote Desktop Services*<br />Self-Service Applications<br />Enterprise-class Infrastructure<br />High Definition Experience<br /><ul><li>Comprehensive load management
    28. 28. >1,000 server scalability
    29. 29. Simplified Graphic Workflow development Environment
    30. 30. Centralized Client Plug-in Management
    31. 31. Delegated Administration
    32. 32. Administrative Logging
    33. 33. Advanced Server Health Monitoring
    34. 34. Integration with Desired Configuration Management
    35. 35. Integration with Multiple 3rd Party Management Systems
    36. 36. Centralized Resource Monitoring
    37. 37. Application Performance Monitoring
    38. 38. Custom Branding Support in Web Interface
    39. 39. Broad Server Platform Support for Web Services
    40. 40. Support for Novell® eDirectory
    41. 41. Policy-Based Control of Bandwidth Usage
    42. 42. Policy-Based Control of Audio
    43. 43. Policy-Based Control of TWAIN Device Support
    44. 44. Policy-Based Control of Application Deliveryt
    45. 45. Comprehensive Server Configuration
    46. 46. Zone Preference and Failover
    47. 47. Broad Database Engine Support
    48. 48. Preferential Load Distribution
    49. 49. Virtual Memory Optimizations
    50. 50. User Self-Provisioning
    51. 51. Retention of Printer Properties
    52. 52. Controlled Security Rights for Client Printers
    53. 53. Client Printer Provisioning
    54. 54. Network Printer Provisioning
    55. 55. Generic Universal Print Driver
    56. 56. Driver Replication
    57. 57. Driver Compatibility Control
    58. 58. Printer Bandwidth Limit
    59. 59. Print Traffic Routing
    60. 60. SmoothRoaming
    61. 61. Server to Client URL redirection
    62. 62. Microsoft ActiveSync® Support
    63. 63. Scanner Support
    64. 64. Profile Management
    65. 65. Click-To-Call
    66. 66. Application Folder Management
    67. 67. Automatic Reconnection
    68. 68. Disconnect or Close All Applications
    69. 69. User Controlled Network Optimizations
    70. 70. Priority Packet Tagging
    71. 71. High-Latency Network Support
    72. 72. Web Browser Performance Optimizations
    73. 73. Adobe® Flash® Performance Optimizations
    74. 74. WAN Performance Optimizations
    75. 75. Session Reliability
    76. 76. Graphics Display Optimizations
    77. 77. Unified Application Delivery
    78. 78. Application Scheduling
    79. 79. Proactive Performance Monitoring</li></ul>Single Instance Management<br /><ul><li>Content publishing
    80. 80. Centralized Publishing
    81. 81. Single Image Provisioning
    82. 82. Single, Auto-updating client</li></ul>Secure by Design<br /><ul><li>Application password management
    83. 83. Session recording and activity logging
    84. 84. Centralized Access Policies
    85. 85. Adaptive User Access
    86. 86. Active Directory Federation Services Support
    87. 87. Anonymous Access
    88. 88. Integrated SSL VPN</li></ul>Any Device, Anywhere<br /><ul><li>Heterogeneous Client Support</li></li></ul><li><br />
    89. 89.
    90. 90. Client Architecture (Pre Dazzle)<br />XenApp<br />Farm<br />“Web Interface Tier”<br />XenApp<br />Farm<br />Web Interface<br />PNA Services<br />XenApp<br />Farm<br />Access Gateway<br />PNA<br />Client<br />
    91. 91. Client Architecture (Dazzle 1.1)<br />XenApp<br />Farm<br />“Web Interface Tier”<br />XenApp<br />Farm<br />Web Interface<br />PNA Services<br />XenApp<br />Farm<br />Access Gateway<br />Additional<br />“WI Tier”<br />XenApp<br />Farm<br />VPN<br /> via Receiver<br />Web Interface<br />XenApp<br />Farm<br />PNA Services<br />
    92. 92. Client Architect Future<br />XenApp<br />Farm<br />Delivery Services Tier<br />Dazzle<br />Services<br />Web<br />Dazzle<br />(TBD!)<br />XenApp<br />Farm<br />3rd Party Web<br />XenApp<br />Farm<br />Access Gateway<br />My Apps<br />Database<br />Authentication<br />Service<br />Merchandizing. Svc.<br />
    93. 93. Dazzle App Picker<br />Dazzle Client Architecture<br />UI<br />Receiver is the platform on which Dazzle is built<br />App Picker acts as an installer to create App Stubs<br />Stubs integrate well with windows and launch applications as if they were native.<br /> App Stub <br />Dazzle Launcher<br />ICA Engine<br />Launcher<br />Stub<br />Installer<br />Offline Engine<br />Receiver<br /> Client Operating System(Win/Mac)<br />Registry<br />Start Menu<br />
    94. 94. Будущее XenDesktop<br />
    95. 95.
    96. 96. Administrative Roles<br />Data Center Admin<br /><ul><li>Server infrastructure
    97. 97. Hypervisors
    98. 98. Storage
    99. 99. Some networking</li></ul>Desktop Admin<br /><ul><li>Desktop image
    100. 100. Patch & update
    101. 101. Desktop hardware</li></ul>Citrix/LOB Admin<br /><ul><li>Applications
    102. 102. User access
    103. 103. HDX policies</li></ul>Help Desk<br /><ul><li>1:1 user initiated issues
    104. 104. Escalation</li></li></ul><li>Administrative Consoles<br />Desktop Admin<br /><ul><li>XenDesktop Console</li></ul>Citrix Admin<br /><ul><li>XenDesktop Console</li></ul>Data Center Admin<br /><ul><li>XenCenter
    105. 105. VMware v Center
    106. 106. Microsoft SCVMM</li></ul>Help Desk<br /><ul><li>XenDesktop Console (Web)</li></li></ul><li>Site-wide Desktop Status<br />
    107. 107. Site-wide Desktop Usage<br />
    108. 108. Infrastructure Overview<br />
    109. 109. Desktop Details<br />
    110. 110. Session Details<br />
    111. 111. Real-time Desktop Activity<br />
    112. 112. End User Experience<br />
    113. 113. NITRO<br />Mach 3<br />3x faster<br />performance<br />Zoom<br />Instant<br />app startup<br />Laser<br />High speed printing<br />Mercury<br />Faster WAN performance<br />Dynamo<br />Adaptive HD performance<br />
    114. 114. NITRO<br />Hypersonic<br />3x faster<br />performance<br />Zoom<br />2x faster<br />app startup<br />Laser<br />High speed printing<br />Mercury<br />Faster WAN performance<br />Dynamo<br />Adaptive HD performance<br />
    115. 115. Project Mach 3Breaking the speed barrier with high-definition virtual computing<br />3x faster performance<br />Advances in Citrix Receiver deliver radically faster end user performance<br />Just in time data transfer for optimal network utilization<br />Dedicated, parallel processing of virtual channels yields efficient performance<br />
    116. 116. Adaptive Orchestration<br />Parallel Processing<br />Content Specific Optimization<br />NITRO<br />
    117. 117. Project ZoomInstant startup of on-demand apps<br />Instant app startup<br />Advances in HDX Broadcast technologies deliver unprecedented launch speeds<br />Connect to sessions in half the time <br />Silent session pre-loading produces unparalleled responsiveness<br />
    118. 118. Project LaserFaster printing at a fraction of the bandwidth<br />High speed printing from anywhere <br />Advances in HDX Plug-n-Play reduce print data and increase performance <br />Automatically discovers and creates printer connections in real-time<br />Use 10% of current bandwidth requirements<br />
    119. 119. High speed printing from anywhere <br />Automatically discover and create printer connections in real-time<br />Use 10% of current bandwidth requirements<br />Project Laser<br />
    120. 120. Project MercuryBreakthrough WAN speed and efficiency<br />Faster HDX performance over the WAN <br />Advances in HDX WAN Optimization and HDX MediaStream optimize HDX traffic<br />Highly responsive up to 300ms network latency<br />Compresses, caches and prioritizes traffic<br />
    121. 121. Project DynamoDynamic sense-and-respond rendering<br />Adaptive HDX performance <br />Advances in HDX Adaptive Orchestration sense & respond to the user’s environment<br />HDX RichGraphics enhancements render a crystal clear, 3D Windows 7 experience<br />Intelligent Quality of Service (iQoS) provides prioritized, policy-driven performance gains<br />
    122. 122. 3x faster performance<br />Dedicated, parallel processing of virtual channels yields efficient performance<br />Project Hypersonic<br />
    123. 123.
    124. 124. Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and Microsoft RemoteFX<br />Description<br /><ul><li>Rich, local-like end user experience for server-hosted desktops and applications over the LAN
    125. 125. Hardware graphics acceleration and virtual GPU
    126. 126. Platform capability designed to enable partner solutions such as Citrix XenDesktop and HDX</li></ul>Benefits<br /><ul><li>Increase user productivity with full-fidelity remote user experience
    127. 127. Supports broad range of client devices including low-cost thin clients
    128. 128. Works with VDI and higher-density session virtualization</li></ul>NEW in WS08 R2 SP1<br />
    129. 129. Microsoft RemoteFX: Customer Value<br />Enabling Technology<br />Customer Value<br />Differentiating Innovation<br /><ul><li>Content independent intercept & rendering
    130. 130. Single GPU for multiple Hyper-V guests</li></ul>vGPU<br />Full rich Windows experience<br /><ul><li>Utilizes CPU/GPU parallelism
    131. 131. Allows for light-weight client devices</li></ul>Host side rendering<br /><ul><li>Screen deltas sent to client based on network and client availability</li></ul>Intelligent screen capture and hardware-based encode<br />Remoting any content<br /><ul><li>CODEC designed for text and image content
    132. 132. Single CODEC for VDI and RDS sessions
    133. 133. HW and software manifestations by design</li></ul>Bitmap remoting and hardware-based decode<br />High fidelity user experience<br />Full range of client devices<br />
    134. 134. Microsoft App-V integrationFlexible option for application delivery<br />Description<br /><ul><li>Publish App-V packages directly from XenApp AppCenter
    135. 135. Manage App-V client plug-in using Citrix Receiver
    136. 136. Subscribe to App-V packages using Citrix Dazzle
    137. 137. App-V and other XenApp delivered application types can interact and share data</li></ul>Benefits<br /><ul><li>Delivers Citrix or Microsoft virtual applications from a single point of management </li></li></ul><li>Management Pack for SCOM<br />Provides monitoring, alerts and knowledge for XenApp<br />Integrated in the SCOM console<br />Included at no charge<br />Citrix Connector for ConfigMgr<br />Enables autonomous application install and server updates<br />Zero downtime for maintenance<br />Publish XenApp desktops and applications from ConfigMgr console<br />Manage multiple XenApp farms from a single ConfigMgr console<br />Microsoft System Center Integration<br />
    138. 138. Value Through Integration From Desktop to Datacenter<br />CYQ12010<br />CY1H2010<br />Accelerate App-V<br />Adoption<br />Next Generation User-Centric Computing<br />Centralize PC & App Mgmt<br />XD<br />XA<br />App-V Plug-in<br />Receiver<br />Managed<br />End Point<br />ConfigMgr/ <br />XenApp Connector<br />Un-managed<br />End Point<br />Non-Windows<br />Device<br />Citrix<br />XenApp<br />
    139. 139. XenApp Connector<br />Add XenApp Collections<br />Application hosting information and <br />Application Publishing<br />Autonomic server load management<br />New node for Application Publishing<br />
    140. 140. Step-by-Step System Center Configuration Manager Overview for Deploying an App to XenApp<br />
    141. 141. Apps Anywhere<br />+<br />=<br />XenApp 6<br />
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