Citrix Cloud is a platform that hosts and administers Citrix services. It connects to your resources through the Citrix Cloud Connector on any cloud or infrastructure you choose (on-premises, public cloud, private cloud, or hybrid cloud). It allows you to create, manage, and deploy workspaces with apps and data to your end-users from a single console.
To learn how to set up this service, refer to the XenApp and XenDesktop Service Getting Started Guide.
The XenMobile Service provides comprehensive enterprise mobility management (EMM) including mobile device management, mobile application management, and enterprise-grade productivity apps. Based on XenMobile technology, the service also enables IT to quickly create pilot environments and experience faster production time with EMM deployment.
To learn how to set up this service, see XenMobile Service.
The ShareFile Service enables you to sync, share, and secure content from the cloud and your on-premises storage services. A ShareFile account comes with your Citrix Cloud subscription.
To learn more about this service, see ShareFile.
Smart Tools enables you to deploy and manage Citrix workloads such as XenDesktop, XenApp, XenMobile, and NetScaler. You can also proactively check the health of your XenApp and XenDesktop Sites, receive notifications of applicable component updates, and control Delivery Group scaling and associated resource usage costs.
To learn more about this service, see Smart Tools.
The NetScaler Management and Analytics Service provides an easy and scalable solution to manage NetScaler deployments on-premises or on the cloud from a single, unified, and centralized cloud based console. It provides all the capabilities required to quickly set up, deploy, and manage application delivery in NetScaler deployments and with rich analytics of application health, performance, and security.
To learn more about this service, see NetScaler Management and Analytics Service.
Experience a full production environment in a proof-of-concept for one or more Citrix Cloud services. After signing up for Citrix Cloud, you can request service trials right inside the console. When the trial ends, you can convert to a production environment so you retain all your configurations. For more information, see Citrix Cloud Service Trials.
After your trial is approved and you're ready to begin, you'll need to prepare your environment. For more information, see the Citrix Cloud Trial Checklist.