Presentation Transcript: How to Consolidate XenApp with XenServer on HP BladeSystem Servers

Presentation Transcript: How to Consolidate XenApp with XenServer on HP BladeSystem Servers


This presentation transcript explores how XenServer and Intel Xeon 5500 based HP ProLiant servers can virtualize XenApp with performance overheads of 10% or lower. Learn how to apply virtualization to consolidate and transform your Citrix servers and Terminal Services server farms. Discover the results of performance tests of XenServer on HP ProLiant G6 servers and gain insight into the consolidation and costs savings this approach can help you achieve.


Bill Carovano Sr. Director, Technical Product Management, Citrix Systems Bill Carovano and the team of engineers he manages, supports the Citrix XenServer/Essentials product lines with technical marketing and systems engineering initiatives. A 10 year Citrix veteran, Bill has held a number of senior technical and consulting positions within Citrix. Allen Northcutt Senior Solutions Engineer, HP Allen Northcutt is the Citrix alliance team lead responsible for performance testing and solutions development of HP ProLiant servers. Allen has been focused on Citrix technologies for 14 years and in the IT industry for 20 years. Rick Olha Director, Virtualization Planning, Intel Corporation Rick Olha has been at Intel for over 18 years developing platform solutions and focused on virtualization for the last 5. Rick is responsible for setting Intel's platform virtualization strategy for client and server solutions.
HP, Citrix, and Intel
14 Dec 2009
14 Dec 2009
14 Page(s)
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