Présentation de l'éditeur
Citrix XenApp is an application virtualization product that allows users to connect to their corporate applications from any device. XenApp can host applications on central servers and allows users to interact with them remotely or stream and deliver them to user devices for local execution.
Citrix XenApp Performance Essentials is a practical guide that provides you guidelines, best practices, and real world examples that will help you to improve the performance of your farm, identifying and solving possible bottlenecks and using advanced features including the new features provided by XenApp 6.5.
Citrix XenApp is widely used to deliver enterprise applications to end users. This book covers the whole process of optimizing a XenApp farm, starting from the design phase all the way to tuning for remote users and connecting via geographic links.
With your farm in production, you will understand what to monitor and how to optimize your farm, as well as how to use an open-source tool, WANem, to test the applications’ behavior with different link conditions. You will also learn which settings and features XenApp offers to optimize CPU and memory utilization.
This book will help you to prevent or solve performance problems and make your users happy working with published applications.
A practical hands-on tutorial including multiple examples on application management using Citrix XenApp 6.5.
Who this book is for
Citrix XenApp Performance Essentials is intended for IT architects and system administrators who work with Citrix XenApp and who need an agile, practical guide to tune and optimize the performance.
Biographie de l'auteur
Luca Dentella is an IT architect working for an Italian consulting company, Sorint.lab.
He graduated in Telecommunication engineering from the Polytechnic University of Milan and he specialized in Windows and virtualization technologies, becoming both a Microsoft and a VMWare Certified Professional.
In the last five years, he worked mainly for INGDirect, Italy, where he helped to design and develop the IT infrastructure. Some projects he was involved in include call center virtualization, design of bank shops infrastructure, and outsourcing part of the back office.
He also worked as a Java/C# developer, and now he administers Java Application Servers such as IBM WebSphere and RedHat JBoss, and uses his programming skills to write scripts and programs for automating administrative tasks.
He designs, implements, and administers XenApp farms for different customers.