XenApp 7.15 LTSR / XenDesktop 7.15 LTSR is now available for download. (15. august)
XenApp and XenDesktop 7.15 Long Term Service Release (LTSR) is the next LTSR after 7.6. For an overview of features that have been added since the XenApp and XenDesktop 7.6 LTSR release, click here.
Some new features that I will mention:
Local Host Cache
During a new installation of XenApp and XenDesktop, Local Host Cache is enabled by default. Connection leasing is disabled by default.
Application Failure monitoring. Director extends the Trends view with the Application Failures tab to display historical failures associated with published applications.
MCS supports generation 2 VMs
When using Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager to provide VMs, you can now use Machine Creation Services (MCS) to provision generation 2 VMs.
Virtual Delivery Agents (VDAs) 7.15
After upgrading your VDAs from version 7.9, 7.11, 7.12, 7.13, or 7.14 you do not need to update the machine catalog’s functional level.
På bakgrunn av dette anbefaler NSM at for norske systemer tilkoblet Internett, benyttes det digitale sertifikater utstedt av sertifikatutstedere som, i tillegg til å være internasjonalt anerkjent og forhåndsinstallert i de fleste systemer og enheter, også er underlagt norsk lovgivning. Til nå er det bare Buypass som tilbyr sertifikater utstedt av en PKI hvor hele sertifikatkjeden er i Norge og dermed underlagt norsk lov. NSM anbefaler derfor Buypass’ TLS-sertifikater.
Last days it has been a lot of news around Citrix and the Working with Goldman Sachs on Potential Sale Process. This has given Citrix Stock all-time high with more than 30 percent in the 12 months’ period. Citrix is on 82,02 USD pr. shares, valuing the company at about $13.1 billion. (Checked Wednesday morning CET)
Q42016 report from January show a revenue growth of 4 percent to $ 908 million dollar. What’s interesting to see is that Cloud (SaaS) revenue totalled $ 210 million in the same quarter. This show how fast Cloud is growing and why you need to follow the modern IT.
Will Microsoft go for an acquisition of Citrix?? Time Will show 🙂