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Amazon EC2 Container Service Now Integrated with Application Load Balancer to Support Dynamic Ports and Path-based Routing

Amazon Web Services
The Application Load Balancer offers you a high-performance load balancing option that operates at the application layer and allows you to define routing rules based on content. The Application Load Balancer also offers service-level monitoring and visibility to monitor the health of each service and integrates with other popular AWS services including AWS Certificate Manager, […]

Powerful AWS Platform Features, Now for Containers

Amazon Web Services
Containers are great but they come with their own management challenges. Our customers have been using containers on AWS for quite some time to run workloads ranging from microservices to batch jobs. They told us that managing a cluster, including the state of the EC2 instances and containers, can be tricky, especially as the environment […]

Kemp360 Simplifies Visibility And Control For Microsoft Azure Application Delivery

KEMP Technologies
Centralized Management, Orchestration and Monitoring for Public Cloud KEMP Technologies today announced that KEMP360 Central™ is now available in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace to help organizations simplify and streamline application delivery management in Microsoft Azure. KEMP360 Central’s enterprise-class application delivery management complements KEMP’s Virtual LoadMaster™ (VLM) for Azure, which has been a certified solution since […]

UniPrint / Citrix Ready – VDI, RDS & Citrix Printing Podcast – Episode 252

UniPrint
In episode 252, Douglas Brown interviews Arron Fu, Founder and Vice President, Software Development at UniPrint. Plus, we are happy to have Sagnik Datta, Technical Marketing Specialist at Citrix Ready with us and UniPrint customer Matthew Milando, Manager, Windows Services System Integration at WestRock Company with us! Together we will learn all about UniPrint’s Printing […]

VMware: Micro-segmentation with Service Insertion – NSX Securing “Anywhere” Part IV

VMware
Welcome to part 4 in the Micro-Segmentation Defined– NSX Securing “Anywhere”  blog series. Today we will cover the role of NSX as a foundational security platform through NSX Micro-segmentation with Service Insertion. Previous topics covered in this series includes This blog covers the following topics: Defining Service Insertion The Role of Service Insertion in Micro-segmentation […]

Microsoft Announces Internal Load Balancer and Resource Manager VNet support

Microsoft
The Azure App Service is happy to announce support for the use of Internal Load Balancers (ILBs) with an App Service Environment (ASE) and the ability to deploy an ASE into a Resource Manager(V2) Azure Virtual Network. These were two of the most requested features for the Azure App Service. Being able to deploy into […]

SMSPassword: Two-Factor Authentication for Citrix Podcast – Episode 251

SMSPassword
In episode 251, Douglas Brown interviews Dennis Smith, Founder of SMSPassword. Dennis and Douglas discuss SMSPassword’s two-factor authentication solution for Citrix NetScaler, VMware Horizon and Microsoft. Dennis explains how SMSPassword works, why we need it, what it takes to install and maintain plus so much more. About SMSPassword What is SMSPassword? With security being more […]

Load Balancing and Presenting Microsoft RDS 2016 TP5 using Citrix NetScaler Unified Gateway

Dave Brett
I was recently looking at Microsoft RDS on Server 2016 TP5 as an alternative to running full blown XenDesktop and wanted to take it for a spin in my lab. This was OK in principle but I also did not want to shut down my XenDesktop estate and start to change firewall rules to get […]

VMware: Operationalizing Micro-segmentation – NSX Securing “Anywhere” – Part III

VMware
Welcome to part 3 of the Micro-Segmentation Defined – NSX Securing “Anywhere” blog series. This installment covers how to operationalize NSX Micro-Segmentation. Be sure to check out Part 1 on the definition of micro-segmentation and Part 2 on securing physical workloads with NSX. This blog covers the following topics: Micro-segmentation design patterns Determining appropriate security […]

Marius Has a New site & New provider, welcome to Azure!

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
So after much back and forth now, I’m moved from WordPress which has been my provider for my blog since I’ve started blogging in 2012 but now I’ve decided like to many others that its time to move across to Microsoft Azure. Why did I decided to move it there, instead of other providers or […]

High Availability for Printing – ThinPrint 11 Preview

ThinPrint
Business-critical processes are often heavily dependent on printing functionality, but from Windows Server 2012 on, Microsoft no longer supports print clusters and reliable printing is no longer guaranteed. ThinPrint takes high availability for printing to a new level, with failover and load balancing on server and client sides, delivered as an easy to implement and […]

Citrix: UPS Load Balancing in XenApp and XenDesktop 7.9

Citrix Systems
Several decades ago, the idea of the paperless office was introduced to the business world. Since that time, we have made great strides toward digitizing documents, forms and other necessary papers. We’ve also seen the printer lose its spot in business as we’ve made this transition. Or have we? You most likely still have at least one […]

Using Octoblu to generate a Citrix NetScaler vServer Status Report using NITRO API

Dave Brett
So, after a busy couple of weeks I have finally got the time to revisit my Octoblu NetScaler automation.  In my last post I wrote about adding a server to a NetScaler using the NetScaler thing that Octoblu provide.  I wanted to take this a step further and start to look at getting some information […]

Getting Started with Docker Swarm: Part 1

Turbonomic
We’ve spent a lot of time reviewing Docker and Amazon’s Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) Container Service (ECS) as a strategy for clustering Docker containers. In this article we’re going to review the native clustering support that Docker provides through its Docker Swarm solution. Introduction to Docker Swarm Docker Swarm is Docker’s native clustering technology. It […]

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