Reference Architectures for Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops

Overview

A solution like Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops is applicable for many different scenarios. Many of the unique capabilities within Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops can quickly solve an organization’s requirements. The following reference architectures provides insights into how organizations used Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops.

DaaS for Contact Centers

Contact Centers are vital when it comes to customer interaction and satisfaction. Learn how to design an environment that uses Desktop-as-a-Service and Chrome OS for Contact Centers. This reference architecture incorporates Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops service, SD-WAN, Citrix Workspace, Citrix Secure Internet Access, Citrix Endpoint Management and Security Analytics.

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DaaS for Flexible/Hybrid Workstyles

When Covid-19 occurred, it forced all employees to work remotely. Although many employees became permanent remote workers, a group of employees have roles requiring onsite, office work. IT wants to provide the office-based employees with the flexibility of working remotely as needed.

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DaaS for Business Continuity

The company has always had a subset of remote users relying on an on-premises Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops environment. However, when regional/global issues force more users to work remotely, the limited, on-premises capacity is unable to scale to meet the higher demand. This reference architecture explains how to plan a cost-effective solution with a business continuity strategy in place.

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DaaS on AWS

Understand the most critical design decisions necessary to successfully deploy Citrix virtualization technologies on Amazon’s public cloud. In this document, we use the Citrix Architectural Design Framework to organize and present the leading practices, recommendations, and design patterns which are used by Citrix

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DaaS on Azure

The combination of Citrix Cloud services and Microsoft Azure makes it possible to spin up new Citrix virtual resources with greater agility and elasticity, adjusting usage as requirements change. Virtual Machines on Azure support all the control and workload components required for a Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops service deployment. Citrix Cloud services and Microsoft Azure have common control plane integrations that establish identity, governance, and security for global operations. This document also provides guidance on prerequisites, architecture design considerations, and deployment guidance for customer environments. The document highlights the design decisions and deployment considerations across the five key architectural principles.

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DaaS on Google Cloud Platform

Organizations of all shapes and sizes are making the move to the cloud and subscription based managed services. For organizations who are all in on the cloud, the Cloud Forward design pattern is a great match. The Cloud Forward design pattern uses state of the art, cloud-delivered services from Citrix and Google.

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Zero Trust Strategy for Mergers & Acquisitions

Learn how to design an environment to support a mergers and acquisition strategy without compromising IT security. The reference architecture incorporates Citrix Workspace, Secure Private Access, Virtual Apps and Desktops, Application Delivery Controller, Federated Authentication Service and Security Analytics.

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Reference Architectures for Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops