Should I Virtualize Provisioning Server?
That is the question…and it’s fitting for my first official Citrix blog post. Because I’ve been asked this question so many times by customers, partners and even colleagues, I figured it would be nice to simply point to a link instead of repeating myself over and over again. This is also one of those questions that you’re going to get different answers on depending on who you ask. It’s like discussing scalability numbers with a room full of Citrix Architects – everyone has an opinion, and at the end of the day, we’ll pretty much agree to disagree.
I first want to point out that the question I’m tackling is "Should I Virtualize PVS" and not "Can I Virtualize PVS". Because you absolutely can virtualize PVS. But would you want to? That’s the harder question and what you’ll get different opinions on. I’m going to give you my opinion – that of a Citrix Consulting Architect who has implemented both physical and virtual Provisioning Servers many times in the real world – note this is just my 2 cents and not the official stance of Citrix Systems. Now that I’ve set the stage and done a little CYA like a true Consultant, let’s get into the good stuff…
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Should I Virtualize Provisioning Server?- The Citrix Blogs