Citrix and Azure Stack – Current status
After a lot of discussions with other colleagues in the end-user computing space (Yes you know who you are!)
There has been a lot of questions around Citrix and Azure Stack and what can we actually deliver there today? Therefore I wanted to write this blogpost to explain the current limitations and what we can actually deliver when it comes to Citrix on Azure Stack as it is now, before the general availability. One thing to note however is that the restrictions here are mostly from the Microsoft side of things as it is on platform now.
So I have described most of the Azure Stack platform and architecture in my previous blogpost found here –> http://msandbu.org/what-is-azure-stack-and-want-is-the-architecture/
Now on thing I wanted to point out is that since Azure Stack wants to mimic public Azure is also means that it has the same limitations as Azure especially when it comes to networking capabilities, but ill get back to that later. The best way to describe how Citrix can be used with Azure Stack is to describe how it can integrate with Azure today and take it from there.
Read the entire article here, Citrix and Azure Stack – Current status
via Marius Sandbu.