White Paper: Parallels
This migration white paper explains how to migrate your Citrix XenApp application and virtual desktop delivery solution to Parallels Remote Application Server. It is written in an easy to follow, step-by-step format.
Why Should You Migrate from Citrix XenApp to Parallels RAS?
An overview on Migrating from Citrix XenApp to Parallels
Understanding which Parallels components will replace the existing Citrix ones
Publishing the Applications and Configuring User Privileges
Who Should Read This White Paper? Existing Citrix solutions users who need an application and virtual desktop delivery solution that is easy to use, low-cost, and can easily scale up to meet their business requirements. Considered an industry underdog by many, Parallels Remote Application Server has been in the industry since 2005, and many Citrix customers have already switched to Parallels Remote Application Server. This white paper examines how migrating to Parallels Remote Application Server (Remote Application Server) can reduce the costs of an application and virtual desktop delivery solution by 60%. Key takeaways from this white paper: Citrix XenApp vs Parallels Remote Application Server: features both solutions offer in an out-of-the-box solution Difference in the cost of licenses and yearly renewals for Citrix XenApp and Parallels Remote Application Server Parallels Remote Application Server Hardware Setup Scaling Up Parallels Remote Application Server
VMware provides the hypervisor hosting platform to the virtualized desktop and infrastructure server instances. The purpose of this White paper is to provide design information that describes the architecture for the Parallels Solution which is based on Parallels Remote Application Server Hosted Shared Applications (RDSH) and Parallels Hosted Virtual Desktop (HVD) FlexCast models. The solution is built on the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform, NX-3060 nodes running VMware® to support the virtualized environment . Key takeaways from this white paper: Overview: logical architecture and concepts for VMware ESX deployment VMware Desktop Publishing Agent: Design decisions for the underlying infrastructure supporting the virtual desktop layer Parallels Remote Application Server: How applications and VDI are delivered to end users
What is Data Center ?
A Data center is a combination of computer, server and networking systems which typically involve storing, processing and serving large amounts of critical data in to clients server. Data centers are the brain of a company so they cannot be defined by their physical size or style. It always requires backup power supply systems, cooling systems, redundant networking connections and policy-based security systems for running the organizations core applications.
What is Network ?
Network is a group of two or more computing devices enabled to exchanging data with each other (such as files or messages, printers and other shared peripherals) through a data link. The connections between these devices can be established by means of a cable or wireless media. The computers or devices on a network are called as nodes and the ones that allocate resources are broadly categorized as servers or workstations.