Citrix: With WEM, Take Your XenApp & XenDesktop Environment to ELEVEN!
I recently wrote an article that covered all the features and benefits of Citrix Workspace Environment Management (WEM, for short), formerly known as Norskale, which Citrix acquired in September 2016.
In the days following the article’s publication, I received a lot of great feedback, especially on the high-availability configuration that uses Citrix NetScaler as load-balancing service, as well as the CPU and RAM management and optimization features, which are arguably among its most powerful.
After reading all the positive feedback, I thought to myself, “What if I were to write an even more in-depth post, aimed specifically at some of the main advantages of this great tool? What about an article that highlighted the CPU and RAM management optimizations and logon durations, including performance videos and LoginVSI before and after testing measurement results?”
I was so excited about the prospects that I set about doing it. It’s my hope that, after reading, you’ll be just as excited about this software as I am and get started building your own WEM environment!
Read the entire article here, With WEM, Take Your XenApp & XenDesktop Environment to ELEVEN!
via the fine folks at Citrix Systems, Inc.