VMblog speaks with Forward Networks during Citrix Synergy 2019 about their Intent Based Networking and Network Verification solution.
Forward Networks is a software model of the network, and they are completely non-intrusive or non-disruptive to the live network or live traffic. It's really easy to install, collect a copy of your network device configurations and start analyzing. Most customers are up and running in a couple hours, making it real easy to take advantage of our 90-day free trial.
VMblog visits the Stratodesk booth during Citrix Synergy 2019 and talks with Hernan Contreras, Sales Director for US and LATAM as well as members of their partner community.
They showcased NoTouch Desktop at their booth including: NoTouch OS, the secure, Linux based, HDX ready operating system that connects to Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops as well as other leading VDI environments, and NoTouch Center, the enterprise grade, browser based administration software that helps IT administrators control, manage, configure and update their endpoints from one central location.
In addition to NoTouch Desktop, they also showcased Citrix Ready workspace hub -the Raspberry Pi based endpoint, in action. Powered and centrally managed by Stratodesk's software, the Citrix Ready workspace hub is the next generation endpoint for Citrix VDI and Workspace IoT.
They also had the LG Thin Client Monitor on display at their booth, and educated customers on the new Liquidware/Stratodesk integration.
VMblog visits the Liquidware booth during Citrix Synergy 2019 to take a look at the new features in FlexApp, Profile Unity and Stratusphere UX.
User experience remains a critical factor for both productivity and employee motivation. Stratusphere UX has in-depth diagnostics and monitoring to troubleshoot but also to assist helpdesks in demonstrating that a user’s new workspace is performing as it should. Due to Stratupshere's baseline capability, you can show a user what they had before and what they now have is better than their previous environment.
ProfileUnity and FlexApp are enabling many workspaces to move to the cloud. By seamlessly moving and managing your users' profiles and layered applications between physical, virtual or cloud your users don't need to know where their actual 'desktop' is, just that they can access it and their applications when they need them. FlexApp enables just in time application delivery based on context awareness, keeping base images to a minimum and saving time and money. With many companies having a 'cloud first' strategy now also means their desktops too.
ProfileUnity and FlexApp both leverage object-based storage without the use of Server Message Blocks (SMB). By saving and hosting profiles and layered applications to object-based storage we are readying organizations for seamless DaaS transitions, providing high availability built in from multi-clouds and overall lowering the cost of storage.
VMblog speaks with Henning Volkmer, President and CEO of ThinPrint during #CitrixSynergy 2019 about their #highavailability printing solution.
They showcased an exciting mix of their leading, world-class private cloud ThinPrint solutions as well as their ezeep cloud printing services to show that ThinPrint is the ideal partner for anyone who looking to solve specific challenges around printing or is looking to truly optimize their environments.
They showed their expertise in delivering the latest and greatest in private cloud printing, as well as introducing their cloud printing solution for Windows Virtual Desktops.
VMBlog speaks with Bitdefender during Citrix Synergy 2019 in Atlanta, GA.
Through its deep Citrix integration, Bitdefender Security for Virtualized Environments enables organizations to deploy consistent security throughout their entire Citrix infrastructure, onto any Windows, Linux, web and SaaS applications or full virtual desktops from any cloud-public, on premises or hybrid - all under a single management console.
Bitdefender HVI was designed to work directly with Citrix's Direct Inspect APIs, perfectly integrating Citrix XenServer to secure any and all virtual workloads. It is an ideal solution to protect XenApp and XenDesktop from threats associated with targeted attacks, while maintaining workload performance and easy management.
Bitdefender Browser Isolation is a perfect fit for Citrix XenApp customers who are publishing browsers, but have not yet found a way to secure them properly. Bitdefender secures browsers isolated via XenApp (now Citrix Virtual Apps).
With so many vendors exhibiting at Citrix Synergy this year, how do you know which booths to visit and who to get on your busy schedule? VMblog has been following Bitdefender for many years now, visiting with them at trade shows like Citrix Synergy and VMworld, and always walking away impressed after learning something new. The company is a global cybersecurity leader, protecting over 500 million systems across 150 countries. And you are going to want to visit them and check out their Hypervisor Introspection and GravityZone Security technologies, but VMblog is also very interested to see what they are doing with Bitdefender Browser Isolation this year.
Read this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and Bitdefender to learn what the company has planned for the upcoming Synergy 2019 event.
Stratodesk, a leader in end user computing solutions for VDI, DaaS and IoT, announced today its complete integration with the NVIDIA Jetson platform. This solution will complement Stratodesk's already well received Raspberry Pi offerings for VDI and IoT. The Jetson Nano, powered by Stratodesk NoTouch OS, will be on display at this year's Citrix Synergy in Atlanta, GA (May 21-23), further proving Stratodesk's place at the zenith of EUC and IoT innovation. It also designates Stratodesk as the first ever EUC vendor to present a Linux based "thin" OS for the Jetson Nano.
IGEL, provider of a next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces, today announced the launch of the new IGEL UD2. Part of IGEL's family of Universal Desktop endpoint solutions, the compact IGEL UD2 is a fast, cost-effective and secure endpoint device designed to meet the needs of the "future of work" that includes more secure, more agile environments built on Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) and other cloud-enabled technologies.
IGEL, provider of a next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces, will be demonstrating how it is teaming with its ecosystem partners, channel partners and customers to disrupt the end user computing (EUC) space in Booth #204 at Citrix Synergy 2019, taking place May 21-23 in Atlanta.
"At this year's Citrix Synergy, IGEL is looking forward showcasing our next gen OS for cloud workspaces," said Jed Ayres, President and CEO, IGEL North America. "Available on any device, any cloud and anywhere, IGEL has unprecendented visibility in the EUC space with this next gen OS that helps our partners and their customers solve many challenges including the migration to Windows 10."
IGEL, provider of a next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces, today announced that it will be sponsoring 14 channel partner events to be held throughout Citrix Synergy 2019, taking place next week, May 21-23, in Atlanta. The unprecedented partner sponsorship underscores IGEL's mission to support its partners as they highlight the benefits of IGEL's innovative, software-defined solutions which deliver powerful endpoint optimization, security and control, for any device, any cloud, anywhere.