Citrix XenClient: Client Virtualization / Hypervisor Deep Dive Podcast with Peter Blum from Citrix - June 23, 2010 - Episode 129
Posted on: Wednesday, June 23, 2010 4:07:00 AM, Running Time: 01:06:12
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In Episode 129, Douglas Brown interviews Peter Blum, Director Product Management for Citrix XenClient. In this podcast Doug and Peter discuss the new Citrix XenClient client virtualization solution. Peter does an amazing job diving deep into XenClient, the hardware requirements, what it takes to install and how you can manage VMs, application integration, and basically a detailed explanation of all XenClient’s features.
About Citrix XenClient
Citrix XenClient enables virtual desktops to go. Desktop virtualization is rapidly being adopted as the best way to deliver Windows® desktops to business users. Now, organizations can extend the benefits of desktop virtualization to mobile users, for new levels of portability and security. With XenClient, laptop users can take multiple virtual desktops with them and work from anywhere, anytime.
XenClient is a high-performance, bare-metal hypervisor that enables users to run multiple instances of an operating system simultaneously, side by side, and in complete isolation. XenClient uses the same core technology as Citrix® XenServer®—a proven technology widely acknowledged as the fastest and most secure virtualization software available. To ensure the highest levels of performance for the user, XenClient builds on Intel® vPro™ hardware virtualization technology.
About Peter Blum
As Director Product Management for Citrix XenClient, Peter develops the strategy, roadmap, and features for the Citrix XenClient product line. He works within and outside Citrix sharing product requirements, vision, and strategy. Prior to the XenSource acquisition by Citrix Peter held a variety of pre-sales and product management roles focusing on the XenServer virtualization platform with XenSource. Prior to XenSource Peter held a variety of technical pre-sales, consulting, and IT administrator roles including spending 6 years with BMC Software working with Desktop and Server Change Management tools.
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