Citrix Cloud Resource Location Requirements Decision Flow Chart

A short while back I wrote a piece around the potential misconception of what is, and what is not required on premises, when dealing with the Citrix Cloud XenApp and XenDesktop Service offering

As much as words are fun, a picture is worth a thousand, so I have put together a decision map which I hope provides a bit more clarity in a visual way, when starting to think about how the offering fits for you or your clients, and what is still required to be managed by you based on the technologies you choose to implement

A copy of this file can be found here (Not smart enough to make it look good in wordpress) and more than happy to share the vsdx if anyone is interested

Decision Tree - XenApp and XenDesktop Service
Decision Flow Chart for Citrix Cloud XenApp and XenDesktop Service

I hope it helps in some small way

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  1. Excellent writeup and has helped me get a better understanding. I am trying to figure out how much bandwidth would be required to connect 1000 users between 07H00 and 08H00 rush hour, using Citrix Cloud with AD, SQL, License, VDA all on prem with Storefront and DDC in the cloud. Will have 2 Cloud connectors on prem,
    In essence I need to correctly size a pipe from our DC to Citrix Cloud, weather it will be VRF or via IP-Sec etc – not sure till I can figure out traffic volumes.
    I am happy to work with you to try figure out an algarithim – Thank you again

    PS your .vsdx will be greatly appreciated if you can send.

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