Hello world

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I am a developer/researcher in Citrix Advanced Products group.  One of the things I would like to do is interact more with the community to learn what is currently going on. 

Nothing else to report just yet. 

 I am interested in discussing what people think about DVI.


Live near Brisbane, Australia. Software developer currently focused on iOS and Android. Avid Google Local Guide

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2 comments on “Hello world
  1. Dave Caddick says:

    Hi Jeff,

    I can really see Virtual Desktops having a place in a Large Citrix farm, especially to run things apps like Reuters, Hyperion etc. that are not neccessarliy “Citrix Friendly”.

    Having the “Broker” to be able to present this from a Citrix farm is quite good, even if it just shows Citrix being proactive.


  2. jeffreymuir says:


    Thanks for the feedback. I agree with what you have said about running things that typically would not work well on Presentation Server.

    I think one of the biggest use cases is for applications and users that do not like to share based on bigger tasks. Some people would call them power users but I would just say that these people need more computing power than most.

    Leveraging the farm with a broker is a great step forward. It would be very difficult to manage independent desktops without some kind of centralized control.

    I think Citrix has woken up to the need to explore this space. I also think that this is a key time for the customers to speak up about what they want to see happening.

    Thank you again,
    Jeff Muir

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